National Day of Protest Against The Bakke Decision
Late 20th - Early 21st Century
17.50 in HIGH x 11.25 in WIDE
(44.45 cm HIGH x 28.58 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom edge right has: "Designed By Emory's Community Printing And Graphics (415)__2 - ____" with a GAU union label and: "52".

Poster is printed on yellow paper with text and images in black and red. The top of the poster has text in red: "National Day Of Protest / Against The / Bakke Decision". Below the text is a red line drawing of the United States of America. Inside the line drawing is a montage of photographs of men and women some are holding protest signs. The montage is overlaid with text in red at center: "Unite Against Racism!". The montage is also overlaid with text in red denoting the names and locations of various cities on the map including: Oakland, Los Angeles, San Antonio, St. Louis, Philadelphia, and New York. The bottom of the poster has text in red and black: "Saturday, October 8 / March - Assemble At Sanborn Park (E. 16th S. And Fruitvale) At / 11 A.M., March To / Rally - San Antonio Park (16Th Ave. And Foothill BLVD.), 1P.M. / Oakland". The text continues listing speakers and sponsors. The bottom edge of the poster has text in red; "Organized By the October 8Th Coalition, 549-3297".
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