Chicano Moratorium Day
17.00 in HIGH x 11.00 in WIDE
(43.18 cm HIGH x 27.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"(c) 1984 Ester Hernandez" printed below image at left and "Tejido de los Desaparecidos" printed below image at right.

Poster printed with black and red ink on tan paper. The upper half of the page contains a reproduction of an artwork by Ester Hernandez titled "Tejido de los Desaparecidos." The image shows a textile pattern with skull and helicopter motifs and red splatters at center. Text above and below the image reads, "S.F. Bay Area Chicano Moratorium Coalition Presents / Chicano Moratorium Day / 19th Year Commemoration / Sunday, August 27, 1989 / 12 Noon - 6 P.M. / Dolores Park, San Francisco, Califas." A list of speakers, a phone number to call for booth information, and a list of Co-sponsors appear at center on the lower part of the page. A red logo for C.M.C. appears at left and a red box with information on a CMC Benefit on August 26 appears at right. Text across the bottom of the page reads, "To honor those who have given the supreme sacrifice for their communities so that we can go on with the struggle in Aztl?n. / Sunrise Ceremony 6 A.M. - Performed by Xitlalli."
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