Berkeley City Money Out Of South Africa
22.5 in HIGH x 17.5 in WIDE
(57.15 cm HIGH x 44.45 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right corner has "Allied Printing" union label and "147".

This is a white poster with an abstract image of a human face with dollar signs, chain, shackles, and a lock in shades of gray in the left half of the page. Black text to the right of the images reads "Berkeley City / Money Out Of / South / Africa / And Back To / Berkeley" with "South / Africa" in large, stylized font. "Vote / Yes On / A & B April 17" is printed below and the text concludes with "Info: Berkeley Out / Of South Africa / Coalition/Yes On A-B" and a phone number.

On April 17, 1979 voters in Berkeley, California, passed the first law (Responsible Investment Ordinance) in the United States requiring a major city to remove its municipal funds from banks making loans to South Africa. [LMC]

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