Demonstrate At San Quentin
22.38 in HIGH x 17.50 in WIDE
(56.83 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom edge center of photomontage has: "RNA 11 / Aug., 1971". Lower right corner has text in red: "Neuberg Printing / 495 Elis St / San Francisco, Ca. 94102 / labor donated / 80".

Poster is printed on white paper with text and images in black and red. The top edge of the poster has text in black: "Demonstrate At / San Quentin". The top of the poster has a stylized image of a male prisoner at left standing in front of a prison cell door rendered in red and white. To the right is a square shaped montage of photographic images including: Malcolm X, a group of figures behind bars, a chain gang, a male figure with an assault rifle, a group of protesters, and an overturned police car. The bottom of the poster has text in red: "Support The Struggle For / Black Human Rights -- / In The Prison And On The Streets!", Below this in smaller black letters is a list of demands and causes. The bottom edge of the poster has text in black and red: "Build Black August! / Independence For The Black Nation! / Sat., Aug. 30, 1980 1PM / Carpools leave 11:30 / SF: 17th and Sanchez / E.Bay: MacArthur Bart station / Sponsored by Black August Organizing Committee And Prairie Fire Organizing Committee".
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