Demonstrate July 4th at the USS Coral Sea
c. June 1980
21.75 in HIGH x 17.00 in WIDE
(55.24 cm HIGH x 43.18 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

On the lower right side is "(c) San Francisco Poster Brigade June 1980."

Poster consists of yellow, pink, and blue print on a black background. Half of poster consists of 6 slide shaped images; 2 snake headed figures labeled Soviet Imperialists and U.S. Imperialists in World War 3, a woman speaking into a microphone, Afghans protesting the Soviet invasion, protestors in Iran, machinery with the caption "Along the Soviet Union's southern periphery, a series of U.S. military moves," and Korean protestors. Along the bottom is an image of a crowd of people standing on a pier with a city skyline in the background with the text "The Coral Sea backed up the USS Nimitz in the attempted raid on the embassy in Iran - then sailed to the coast of Korea to 'Defend' another U.S. 'vital interest'" on it. Poster text reads "Demonstrate July 4th. / At the USS Coral Sea! / Oppose US-USSR war moves! / Hands off Iran & South Korea! / Assemble 11am Lawn area College of Alameda / March to Main Gate Alameda Naval Air Station."
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