2010.54.6401

The great Arizona mine strike
n.d.
17.12 in HIGH x 11.25 in WIDE
(43.50 cm HIGH x 28.58 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.
2010.54.6401

On the bottom edge is "poster by Beth Pulcinella, pulse@critpath.org, April 2005."

Poster consists of light blue and black print on brown paper. Text at the top reads "The Great Arizona Mine Strike" and the bottom reads "Celebrate People's History." The images consists of Mine helmets in the top corners and female protestors with protest signs, baseball bats and chains with a cityscape behind them. The text describes the story of the 1983 mine strike in Clifton and Morence, Arizona against Phelps Dodge Copper Corporation that lasted 18 months and was held by the women of the towns since the men were banned from the picket line by an injunction.
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