Social Struggle and Cultural Preservation: Education, the Arts, & Community Power
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.

Small print at bottom center reads, "...poster design by Lincoln Cushing, printing by Inkworks Press...." A recycling symbol with a union label for Allied Printing #147 Inkworks is printed at bottom right. Postmark for Oct. 1, 1997 on opposite side at top right from Inter-Arts Center in San Francisco to Michael Rossman in Berkeley.

Poster originally folded for mailing and printed on both sides with black and reddish-brown ink on tan paper. One side of the poster contains a large graphic with tan on the top and red on the bottom. Hands from each section cross over into the opposite section at center. Three red hands reaching toward the top of the page each hold an object (from left to right): a paintbrush, a flute, and a wrench. Two tan hands face downward. The hand on the left is releasing a dove with an olive branch in its beak, and the hand on the right is wearing a shackle with a broken chain. "Social Struggle and Cultural Preservation: / Education, the Arts, & Community Power" is printed at top in red font. Text in tan font on the bottom of the page notes the date of October 10-13, 1997 at San Francisco State University, activities, topics, a list of sponsors, and contact information. The other side of the poster includes a mailing label, a schedule of events, and a registration form that can be detached for mailing at the bottom of the page.
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