Free Lolita Lebr?n
Late 20th - Early 21st Century
25.00 in HIGH x 19.00 in WIDE
(63.50 cm HIGH x 48.26 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right corner has a small star and fist logo and: "Eugene Coalition/Coalition Press, / 162 Madison, Eugene, Ore. 97402 / Printed by Inkworks, / 4224 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, Ca." . Bottom edge right has: "100" handwritten in pencil".

Poster is printed on white paper and has a thin black border. The background of the poster has a stylized drawing of a female figure from the shoulders up in black, green, tan, and white. The lower left portion of the poster has text in large tan letters: "Free / Lolita Lebr?n" and in smaller black letters: "Lolita Lebr?n and four other Puerto Rican freedom fighters are / locked up in federal prisons. A 1950 armed attack on Blair House, / the temporary residence of President Truman, resulted in the death / of Gresilio Torresola and the imprisonment of Oscar Collazo. The / four other Nationalist prisoners, Lolita Lebr?n, Rafael Cancel / Miranda, Andres Figueroa Cordero and Irving Flores Rodrigues were / arrested after an armed attack on the United States Congress, March 1, 1954. / ?Trabajar Para Libertar Todo Los Prisioneros Politicos!".
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