Death to the Klan
Late 20th - Early 21st Century
16.12 in HIGH x 10.38 in WIDE
(40.96 cm HIGH x 26.35 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Right ege at botom has: "Fireworks".

Background of poster is black with an image of a male figure in white Ku Klux Klan robes and hood with a handgun tucked into his belt, at right, just over the figures shoulder is a burning cross. The background is overlaid with a pattern of very fine concentric circles that are white when they are overlaid on black and vice versa. The top edge of the poster has text in white: "Build A Movement Against The KKK / And All White Supremacy". The left side of the poster has an irregularly shaped field of white with text in black and red: "Teach-In / Speakers - Films - Discussion / Dolores St. Baptist / church, S.F. / 208 Dolores at 15th, near 16th St. BART / Sat. May 21, '83 / 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM / Independence And Land For / the Black Nation - New Afrika! / Death to the Klan / Demonstrate / in front of Richmond Police / Chief Garfield's House / 3920 Wesley Way - El Sabronte, CA / Sun. May 22, 12:15 / Take A Stand Against Police Murders / Of Black People In Richmond. / Oppose The Cowboys - A KKK-type / Group Inside The Richmond Police. / Assemble At 10:30 AM / Mac Arthur BART, Oakland / 17th & Sanchez, SF (Rides Available) / Sponsored by the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee / For more information call (415) 561-9040".
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