Apartheid: Wrong for South Africans, Wrong for Palestinians
Early 21st Century
23.75 in HIGH x 17.75 in WIDE
(60.33 cm HIGH x 45.08 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Credit: Sam Nzima" printed under South African image, and "Credit: Reuters/Mohammed Salem" printed under Palestine image. A union label for Allied Printing #53 in Cleveland, Ohio is printed just left of bottom center in the white rectangle.

Multi-color poster on white paper has an unprinted outer border and a secondary single line black border that frames an overall yellow background. Two images of men holding injured boys appear on the top half of the page. The photograph at top left is black and white with text above that reads, "Soweto / South Africa / 1976." A color photograph at top right appear under the text, "Gaza Strip / Palestine / 2004." "Apartheid:" is printed in large red text at center and continues in black text below, "Wrong for South Africans, / Wrong for Palestinians / End Israeli Apartheid!" Small text just below reads, "'Apartheid is a crime against humanity' (Article I, International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of 'Apartheid')." A white rectangle across the bottom of the page contains a logo at left with barbed wire and a wheat stalk for "End the Occupation / US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation." Small text along the bottom of the area lists contact information for the organization
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