KPFA Presents An Evening With Philip Agee
ca 1995
22.00 in HIGH x 17.00 in WIDE
(55.88 cm HIGH x 43.18 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster has a black background and a white border overall. Top edge has text in white: "Phillip Agee" with a five pointed star on either side. The left edge of the poster has text in white: "KPFA Presents An Evening With". The center of the poster has a large orange field with an image of the silhouetted face of a man with glasses at left, and two small helicopters at right among text in black. The upper right corner of the orange field has a red area with text in black: "C.I.A. Plans / For Your / Tomorrows". Below this the orange field has text in black: "with KPFA's Flashpoints team: / Dennis Bernstein, Sheryl Flowers, / Julie Light & Greg Saatkamp / Sunday, Nov. 8 / 7:30 PM / Martin Luther King JR / Junior High School / 1781 Rose Street / North Berkeley / free parking / tickets: $10 donation / (low-income tickets, $5, available only at door) / Black Oak Books (510) 486-0698, Berkeley / Cody's Books (510) 845-7852, Berkeley / Modern Times (415) 282-9246, San Francisco / Walden Pond (510) 832-4438, Oakland". The bottom of the poster has text in white: "Renegade Central Intelligence agent, author off Inside the Company: CIA Diary, / and On The Run, a recent autobiography, Philip Agee was the first CIA secret / operations officer to go public with a detailed "naming names" revelation / of his CIA activities. Expelled from four NATO countries for his outspoken / critique of U.S. policy, Agee has lived in exile for 16 years, investigating / and exposing illegal CIA actions. / 'Philip Agee was not only morally entitled to expose the CIA, he had a legal / duty to do so under the Nuremberg Principles.' (Applied by the U.S. and / its allies in prosecution of Nazi war criminals after World War II.) / --Sean MacBride / former U.N. Assistant Secretary General and founder of Amnesty International".
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