Amazon Farmers
ca 1976
17.00 in HIGH x 11.00 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 27.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Lower right corner: "Done at Come! Unity Press (13 E 17 Street NYC 10003 (212) 675-3043), a cooperative / where we learned to do this printing. The press does not demand $ from us or other / movement people who print materials that provide equal access to the poor. The press / needs the broad support of many donations: monthly pledges of $2, $5, $?, energy, food, / skills, joint benefits, etc. to continue movement access to printing facilities. Don't let this / be the last month! Your Move!ment" with a Come! Unity PRess logo.

Background of poster is printed with a gradient that is yellow at left, transitions through green, blue, and purple to red at right. Poster has a thin unprinted white border overall. Poster is printed with text and images in red. Top left corner of poster has a photograph of two female figures working with log boards with trees in the background. There is text in a handwritten style that bends around the upper left corner of the photograph: "Amazon Farmers". Below the photo is the text: Cutting Floor joists for our Home / Aug. 1976". Poster is printed with two columns of text in a small serifed font describing an environmentalist, lesbian commune in Fayetteville, Arkansas, whose goal is to: "..create a cuntree [sic] home where we can heal, learn to work together, account for resources and how we use them, share skills, learn self-defense, grow stronger, and begin to build a community". The small serifed text is interspersed periodically with larger text in a handwritten style: "no sister will be turned away / for lack of money", "Box 521 / Fayetteville / Ark. 72701", "Dear Sisters", "Sisters We Need Help", "What Can You Bring", "Mother Nature is a Lesbian", and "Wimmin [sic] on Land".
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