Day of Absence, Day of Presence
11.00 in HIGH x 17.00 in WIDE
(27.94 cm HIGH x 43.18 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster printed with orange, black, and teal ink on white textured paper. The page has a teal background with two black and white square graphics of lizards aligned at upper right and left. Both lizards appear diagonally within the square, with the lizard at left facing upper left, and the lizard at right facing lower left. As well as changing position, the lizards have inverse black and white coloring. An orange sun with a swirled center and radiating lines appears at top center and is split between the two black and white graphics. Black and orange text at top reads, "Honoring Ourselves And Celebrating The Strength Of Community." Text below the graphics reads, "February 10, 1998, Day of Absence, Day of Presence, February 11, 1998 / Annual Celebration of Culture at the Evergreen State College." A small sun graphic appears at bottom left. Small print across the bottom of the page reads, "If you are a person with a disability needing an accommodation please contact First Peoples' Advising Services no Later than January 30 at (360) 866-6000, ext. 6467 or TTY: 866-6834. For more information about these events, please feel free to call."
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