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Celebrate people's history : the poster book of resistance and revolution

Author: Josh MacPhee
Publisher: New York : Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2010.
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One hundred posters designed by over eighty artists celebrate important acts of resistance--events and individuals working toward racial justice, women's rights, queer liberation, labor struggles, and innovative activism. CPH is a creative tour through history from some of the most socially engaged artists working today. Artists include Christy Road, Nicole Schulman, Swoon, Eric Drooker, Garage Collective, and more.
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Genre/Form: Political posters
Posters
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Josh MacPhee
ISBN: 9781558616776 1558616772
OCLC Number: 601126492
Description: 255 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Foreword / Rebecca Solnit --
Introduction / Josh MacPhee --
The Diggers --
The Pueblo Revolt --
Jamaican Maroons fend off the British --
The Stono Rebellion --
John Brown --
The Haitian Revolution --
Frederick Douglass --
Sequoyah and the Cherokee Writing System --
Elisée Reclus --
The Underground Railroad --
The Little Shell Band of Chippewa Indians --
Harriet Tubman and the Combahee River Action --
Little Bighorn --
El Hijo del Ahuizote --
May Day --
Haymarket --
Las Gorras Blancas --
Battle of Homestead --
Eugene V. Debs --
Gabriel Dumont and the Métis Resistance --
Emma Goldman --
Dr. Marie Equi --
Major Taylor --
Aunt Molly Jackson --
Primo Tapia de la Cruz --
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn --
Paul Robeson --
Red Feds --
Lawrence Textile Strike --
Kalamazoo Corset Company Strike --
IWW Local 8 --
Louise Olivereau --
The Dil Pickle Club --
Sacco and Vanzetti --
Amazon Army --
Seki Ran Kai --
The Battle of Blair Mountain --
The Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (& Maids) --
Augusto César Sandino --
The Bonus Marchers --
Highlander Folk School --
The Funsten 500 --
Las Mujeres Libres --
Flint Sit-Down Strike --
The Durruti Column --
Disney Animators Strike --
The White Rose --
Harry Hay --
Grace Lee and Jimmy Boggs --
James Baldwin --
Jane Jacobs --
Nueva Canción --
Matzpen --
El Hajj Malik Shabazz --
Dolores Huerta --
Muhammad Ali --
Compton's Cafeteris Riot --
The Brown Berets --
DRUM --
The Young Lords Organization --
Up Against the Wall, Motherfucker --
The Milwaukee 14 --
The International Hotel --
Fred Hampton --
The Occupation of Alcatraz --
Los Siete de la Raza --
Sylvia Ray Rivera --
Jane --
The Occupation of Ford Hall --
Walter Rodney --
Os Cangaceiros --
National Prisoners Reform Association --
The Lesbian Herstory Archives --
The Suicide Club --
Prison Justice Day --
The Animal Liberation Front --
Madres De Plaza De Mayo --
Crass --
Wangari Maathai --
Co-Madres --
B.U.G.A. U.P. --
The Escape of Assata Shakur --
The Silent Majority --
Informal Recyclers --
Phoolan Devi --
Chico Mendes --
Judy Bari --
ADAPT --
The Great Arizona Mine Strike --
Mothers of East Los Angeles --
ACT UP Philadelphia --
8.8.88 --
Battle of Tompkins Square Park --
Aung San Suu Kyi --
Jana Sanskriti --
Narmada Bachao Andolan --
The Korean Peasants League --
Sarah White and the Delta Pride Strike --
The Red Army Faction Attack on Weiterstadt Prison --
EZLN --
Mystic Massacre Statue Moved --
Cochabamba Water Struggle --
J18 or the Carnival Against Capitalism --
Vieques Libre --
San Francisco Shutdown --
Shannon Airport Plowshares --
Atenco Aguanta --
Oaxaca Women's Resistance --
Smash EDO/ITT --
Youth-Led Resistance to Immigration Raids and Deportations --
Artist Biographies.
Responsibility: edited by Josh MacPhee ; foreword by Rebecca Solnit.

Abstract:

One hundred posters designed by over eighty artists celebrate important acts of resistance--events and individuals working toward racial justice, women's rights, queer liberation, labor struggles, and innovative activism. CPH is a creative tour through history from some of the most socially engaged artists working today. Artists include Christy Road, Nicole Schulman, Swoon, Eric Drooker, Garage Collective, and more.

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