No More Genocide In My Name
Late 20th - Early 21st Century
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.

Background of poster has an image with two figures in the foreground at left and right. Both figures are seen from behind the figure at right is holding a rifle with a bayonet, between the two figures in the distance at center is a third figure that appears bound and in a striped shirt. The top of the poster has text in black: "No More Genocide / In My Name / A Public Forum / On U.S. Violations / Of International / Law". The Left side of the poster has a column of text in white that provides information about those speaking at the forum. The right side of the poster has a small field of white with text in black: "We All know that the / United States was / founded on the genocide of Native peo- / ple and the enslave- / ment of African people. / But let's recognize that / the U.S. government / continues to commit / genocide and human / rights violations today. / Come hear testimony to / document this charge, / and how we can work / together to end these / attacks on the peoples / of the world.". The lower right corner of the poster has text in white: "Friday, January 20, 8PM / Univ. Of Cal. School of Law / Boalt Hall, Room 120 / Donation Requested $3 / For further info. Call 654-8058". The bottom edge of the poster has text in white: "Sponsored By / The African National Reparations Organization Solidarity Committee".
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