Collection of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics

Center for the Study of Political Graphics
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Culver City, California 90230
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2014


Descriptive Summary

Title: Collection of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics
Dates: 1900- ; bulk 1960-
Collection Number: See Acquisition Information
Creator/Collector: Multiple creators
Extent: 330 flat files
Repository: Center for the Study of Political Graphics
Culver City, California 90230
Abstract: The collection of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG) contains over 85,000 domestic and international political posters and prints relating to historical and contemporary movements for social change. The finding aid represents the collection in its entirety.
Language of Material: English

Access

The CSPG collection is open for research by appointment only during the Center's operating hours.

Publication Rights

CSPG does not hold copyright for any items in the collection. CSPG provides access to the materials for educational and research purposes only. Users are responsible for obtaining all necessary permissions for use.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Collection of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG).

Acquisition Information

CSPG acquires 3,000 to 5,000 items annually, primarily through donations. Each acquisition is assigned a unique acquisition number and is written on individual items before these are sorted and filed by topic.

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection represents diverse social and political movements. The earliest graphics in the collection date back to the mid-19th century, but approximately 95% of the collection dates from the 1960s to the present. Holdings produced prior to 1960 include U.S. government posters from World Wars I and II, U.S. and British labor posters, Marshall Plan posters from 1950 and a collection of Taller de Gráfica Popular (Mexico) linocuts produced in the 1940s and 1950s. Approximately 60% of the collection is produced in the U.S. Approximately 50% of the international collection is from Latin America, 30% from Europe, 10% from Asia and the remaining 10% from Africa, the Middle East and Australia. Representative languages in the collection include, but are not limited to, Spanish, German, Dutch, French, Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Arabic, Italian and Portuguese. The broad range of topics include: anti-war movements, anti-apartheid struggles, advocacy for children’s rights, LGBTQ issues, gentrification and homelessness, immigration, ecology, labor, history of the women’s movement, criminal justice reform and efforts to end racism and anti-Semitism. The posters are produced in a variety of artistic techniques: offset, screen print (silkscreen), lithography, woodblock, linocut, stencil, photocopy, and digital print.

Processing Note

The collection is physically arranged by topic, region or artist, with more specific sub-topics used when appropriate. This physical arrangement was developed around the primary research interest and needs of researchers. In 2013, CSPG began a two-year National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) funded project to process and describe the collection on the folder-level and produce a full finding aid for the collection. Prior to this project, all description and cataloging was performed at the item-level. To date, of the more than 85,000 posters in CSPG’s collection, approximately 26,000 unique items have been cataloged. The finding aid consists of the folder-level description produced under this grant project. Scope and content notes in folder-level description records include natural language of the posters to better represent the context and content of the collection materials. Description includes related topics, makers, people, places, languages and references. Please note, references may not be main subjects of individual items but may be represented in graphics or text to some degree. Date ranges are approximate and identified by available dates on posters within folders. Folder-level description records are being added to finding aid periodically as described.
Processing and description performed by archival staff, Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez, Bolton Doub and Joy Novak, along with interns and volunteers. Finding aid created by archival staff.

Indexing Terms

Social movements
Political posters
Graphic design
Human rights


Drawer C-1, Folder 1

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Chile, Nicaragua, Grenada, Central and Latin America 1980s

Physical Description: 70

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Nicaragua, Contra aid, U.S. intervention, anti-war, Chile, September 11 (1973), Chilean dictatorship, nuclear mushroom cloud, Vietnam War, Grenada, U.S. imperialism, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), U.S. solidarity with Central America, art exhibitions; referenced individuals include Augusto Pinochet, Ronald Reagan, Augusto Sandino; references or specifically about American Bald Eagle
Drawer C-1, Folder 2

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Police Brutality / Racism / Prisons 1979-mid 1990s

Physical Description: 64

Scope and Content Note

related topics include FBI, resistance, terrorism, Puerto Rico, Mexican-American movement, prison labor, Ku Klux Klan, white supremacy, African Americans, Black Nation, self-defense, death penalty, prison demonstrations, prison violence, Chicano/Latino, U.S. imperialism, Black Liberation Struggle, San Francisco, 1984 Olympics, Los Angeles, LGBTQ hate crimes, domestic terrorism, anti-Semitism, cross burnings, teach-ins, moral majority; referenced individuals include Dorothea Lange, Malcolm X, William Fairly, Ronald Reagan, Leo Garfield, Samuel Dudkiewicz, Clinton Mitchell, Mumia Abu-Jamal; makers include John Brown Anti-Klan Committee; references or specifically about San Quentin State Prison, White American Resistance (WAR), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)
Drawer C-1, Folder 3

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Pan Africa - Oversize 1980-1986

Physical Description: 74

Scope and Content Note

related topics include South Africa, Azania, Robben Island, prisoners, divestment, apartheid, Contra War, Ku Klux Klan, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, African Americans, pro-choice, women's rights, rape, Native Americans, imperialism, colonialism, Philippines, Pan Africanist Congress of Azania, anti-South Africa, Mozambique, poets, calendars, land rights; referenced individuals include Josina Machel, Ferdinand Marcos, Gwen Avery, Benjamin Moloise, Mamike Moloise; references or specifically about International Women's Day, Women's Building, Mozambican Liberation Front (FRELIMO), Pretoria Prison
Drawer C-1, Folder 4

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Middle East 1988-1991

Physical Description: 31

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Palestine, Israel, Gulf War, Vietnam War, Contra War, Nicaragua, El Salvador, anti-war, death squads, West Bank, Gaza, Panama, Grenada, Lebanon, Libya, Zionism, U.S.-Israel relations, Israeli "terrorism"
Drawer C-1, Folder 5

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Various Topics 1979-1995; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 25

Note

includes laminated items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include African Americans, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), HIV/AIDS, FBI, torture, human rights, New York Police Department (NYPD), RNA 11 (Republic of New Afrika), prisoners of war (POWs), Black Nation, Black Liberation Army; referenced individuals include Harriet Tubman, Assata Shakur, George Jackson, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Mtayari Shabaka Sundiata, Irwin Jacobson, Geronimo Pratt; makers include Prairie Fire Organizing Committee, Committee to Honor Afrikan Freedom Fighters
Drawer C-1, Folder 6

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Chicano/Latino 1980-1983

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Comité De Defensa Popular (CDP), Mexico, Puerto Rico, grand jury resistance, Mexicano Movement, Chicano workers, Chicano students, labor, education; anarchism; referenced individuals include Ricardo Flores Magón; makers include Movimiento de Liberación Nacional (MLN), New Movement in Solidarity with the Puerto Rican and Mexican Revolutions, Gráficas Guasabara
Drawer C-1, Folder 7

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Puerto Rico 1983-1992

Physical Description: 110

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, political prisoners, prisoners of war, FBI, corporatism, military interests, genocide, oil, Puerto Rican Independence, socialism, grand jury resistance, Chicano/Latino, Mexican Americans, militarism, military industrial complex, demonstrations, terrorism; referenced individuals include Mariana Bracetti, Ramon Betances, Lola Rodriguez De Tio, Alberto Rodriguez, José Luis Rodriguez, Alejandrina Torres, Edwin Cortés, Rafael Cancel Miranda, William Morales, Juan Antonio Corretjer, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Lolita Lebrón, Pedro Albizu Campos, Dora Garcia Lopez, Gloria Gerena, Jose Lopez; makers include Gráficas Guasabara; references or specifically about Women's Building, Movimiento de Liberación Nacional (MLN), Jayuya Uprising, Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (FALN), Puerto Rican 16
Drawer C-1, Folder 8

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Women 1970-1990; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 47

Scope and Content Note

related topics include pro-choice, reproductive rights, abortion, solidarity with prisoners of war, women's resistance, children, Vietnamese women, demonstrations, Nicaragua, El Salvador, women's associations, women's groups, women's control, political prisoners, torture, prisoners of war, sexual harassment, U.S. imperialism; referenced individuals include Ronald Reagan; makers include Prairie Fire Organizing Committee (PFOC), Robbin Henderson, Women Against Imperialism; references or specifically about International Women's Day, Mission Cultural Center, Federal Correctional Institution (Lexington, Kentucky), Women's Control Unit (Lexington, Kentucky)
Drawer C-2, Folder 1

Artists: Doug Minkler 1984-2008

Physical Description: 41

Scope and Content Note

related topics include California Proposition 209, militarism, anti-war, Iraq War, War in Afghanistan, children, medications, overmedication, child care, civil rights, affirmative action, slavery, Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, Fukushima, nuclear disasters, anti-nuclear, nuclear energy, unions, communism, ethnic cleansing, California Proposition 66, Three Strikes Laws, tasers, police brutality, U.S. intervention in Central America, Nicaragua, justice system, jurors, Sit/Lie Laws, homelessness, self-empowerment, U.S.-Mexico border, public defenders, Oakland (California, USA), capitalism, strikes, War on Drugs, demonstrations, U.S. banks; referenced individuals include Leon Tolstoy, Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, John Brown, Aram James, Thomas Spielbauer, Clara Foltz, Pancho Villa (Francisco Villa), Chico Mendes; makers include International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Pancho Villa Border Consultancy, Rainforest Action Network; places made include Bay Area (Northern California); references or specifically about Alliance of the People of the Forest, Albert Cobarrubias Justice Project, Communist Manifesto, May Day, Chase, Citi Bank
Drawer C-2, Folder 2

Artists: Doug Minkler 1982-2012

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include feminism, equal rights, equal pay, women, labor, colonialism, children, corporations, corporate terror, University of California, University of California at Berkeley, British Petroleum (BP), private funding in higher education, scientific objectivity, science, health, oil, bio-economies, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), U.S. presidents, unions, ecology, space exploration, politicians, California Proposition 21, youth offenders, criminal justice system, California Proposition 187, California Proposition 209, homophobia, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), California Proposition 22, Guantanamo Bay, Shell boycotts, Nigeria, cancer, meat industry, men's health, Mexican-American War, taxes, anti-war, date rape, animal cruelty; referenced individuals include Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King, Jr., Christopher Columbus, George H. W. Bush, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Henry David Thoreau, Alexander Haig, Wilhelm Reich; makers include Northern California War Tax Resistance; references or specifically about Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Drawer C-2, Folder 3

Artists: Doug Minkler 1980-1988; 2005-2012

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

related topics include prisons, anti-nuclear, Israel, Middle East, corporatism, capitalism, anti-war, militarization, communism, pharmaceutical industry, ecology, gun control, military recruitment, police abuse, police brutality, education, draft resistance, military industrial complex, Iraq War, free speech, University of California at Berkeley, strikes, U.S.-Israel relations, Israel boycott, Palestine, torture, War in Afghanistan, labor, U.S. banks, tobacco industry; references or specifically about American Psychological Association (APA); referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh, Harry Bridges, Bertolt Brecht, John Ross
Drawer C-2, Folder 4

Artists: Doug Minkler - Oversize 1982-1983; 1990-1993; 2005

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

related topics include colonialism, neo-colonialism, art and culture, ecology, anti-war, anti-nuclear, technology, U.S. media, ecological terrorism, corporatism, capitalism, separation of church and state, Christianity, labor, banks, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), oil; referenced individuals include Christopher Columbus, George H. W. Bush
Drawer C-2, Folder 5

Artists: Doug Minkler 1984-2002

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, oil, toxic chemicals, Unocal oil refinery, death penalty, lethal injection, California Proposition 21 (2000), California Proposition 22 (2000), homophobia, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), prisons, women, psychological experiments, Lexington Control Unit, labor, seniority, children, anti-war, U.S. politicians, occupational safety, video display terminal operators, ergonomics, U.S. foreign policy, terrorism, police abuse; referenced individuals include Pete Wilson, Gray Davis
Drawer C-2, Folder 6

Artists: Doug Minkler 1985-2011

Physical Description: 25

Scope and Content Note

related topics include G.I. rights, draft resistance, anti-war, veterans, children, television, parenting, colonialism, oil, ecology, cattle farming, pesticides, prisons, Berkeley (California, USA), September 11th (2001), Patriot Act, free speech, self-censorship, technology, U.S. media, anti-nuclear, radiation, water, prisons, Three Strikes laws, beef industry, cancer, men's health, lumber industry, U.S. Forest Service, tree farming, strikes, capitalism, demonstrations, Oakland (California, USA), police brutality, tasers; makers include Veterans for Peace, San Francisco Mime Troupe, National Lawyers Guild, Coalition of Justice and Accountability, Aram James; referenced individuals include Christopher Columbus, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Bertolt Brecht, Yolanda Trevino
Drawer C-3, Folder 1

Artists: Chaz Maviyane-Davies 1994-2000

Physical Description: 21

Note

Chaz Maviyane-Davies is a Zimbabwe national but lives and works elsewhere on various international issues. Includes 12 posters in a series based on the United Nations Articles on Human Rights -- as seen from an African perspective. Includes "Remember" series on various issues that began in 1994 for a 'JUST World' conference in Malaysia on human rights.

Scope and Content Note

related topics include United Nations Articles on Human Rights, labor, discrimination, health care, poverty, HIV/AIDS, medical aid, health awareness, public health, Zimbabwe 2000 elections, education, voting rights, sovereignty, torture, ethnic diversity, tolerance, cultural diversity, freedom of speech, Holocaust, World War II, racism, Cold War, anti-Semitism, imperialism, disarmament, slavery, European slave trade, U.S. imperialism, Vietnam War, democracy, Pan-Africa, Southeast Asia, Iraq; makers include Cimas, National Constitutional Assembly, Quantel, Gilbert Paper, Tapestry repro, John Murrell, Heather Cameron, Catholic Commission of Justice & Peace, Nicklous Troxler, Rob Edwards, Ken Wilson-Max, David Gardener, Fidel Regueros, Wisdom Foundation, JUST World Trust, LaserScan; references or specifically about HIVOS(Economic and Cultural Development in Africa, Asia, and Latin America), swastikas, United Nations, UN Security Council, Agent Orange, 1991 Gulf War, smart bombs; referenced individuals include Ian Murphy, Jane Killips; places made include United Kingdom; languages include English
Drawer C-3, Folder 2

Artists: Mohammad Reza Nikandam 2009

Physical Description: 2

Note

Includes items submitted for Center for the Study of Political Graphics' (CSPG's) 20th Anniversary Portfolio

Scope and Content Note

related topics include barcodes, capitalism, immigration, mazes; places made include Iran; languages include English
Drawer C-3, Folder 3

Artist Groups: Fireworks - El Salvador 1980s-1991

Physical Description: 78

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional / Frente Democrático Revolucionario (FMLN/FDR), napalm, white phosphorus bombs, air war, anti-war, Vietnam War, Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), Yanira Corea, kidnapping, rape, death squads, Los Angeles, women, women's associations, Nicaragua, blockades, arms shipments, protests, civil disobedience, Contra aid, calendars, peace, democracy, U.S. intervention and imperialism, Central America; referenced individuals include José Napoleón Duarte, Ronald Reagan, Brian Willson, Oscar Romero; places made include San Francisco (California, USA), Oakland (California, USA); makers include Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), Bay Area Pledge of Resistance
Drawer C-3, Folder 4

Artist Groups: Fireworks - Oversize 1987

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

related topics include El Salvador, U.S. imperialism and anti-intervention
Drawer C-4, Folder 1

Artist Groups: Woman's Building 1970-1990

Physical Description: 93

Note

includes The Poster Project: Celebrating Women

Scope and Content Note

related topics include film festivals, labor, art exhibitions, lesbians, sexism, mortality, cultural events, anti-war, Vietnam War, women, International Women’s Day, choice, reproductive rights, racism, children, Japanese, Hiroshima, anti-nuclear, peace, Chrysalis, women’s history, art and culture, femininity, gender norms, ecology, conferences, Women in Design, political theatre, science-fiction, African Americans, political films, Lesbian Art Project, Act/React, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC), homelessness, Conference on Women’s Culture in American Society, Lebisia, summer programs, Great American Lesbian Art Show, architecture; referenced individuals include Rosa Parks, Helen Keller, Frida Kahlo, Dorothea Lange, Harriet Ross Tubman, Rachel Carson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Adrienne Rich, Eileen Gray, Helene Aylon; places made include Los Angeles; makers include Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Nancy Buchanan, Cheri Gaulke, Richard Duardo, Karen Holden, The Gay Community Services Center, Elfie Wilkins-Nacht, Nancy Fried, Suzan Ocona, Barbara Webb, Tower Press; references or specifically about Women's Encampment
Drawer C-4, Folder 2

Artist Groups: Woman's Building Cross - Pollination Commissions Project 1975-1986

Physical Description: 86

Scope and Content Note

related topics include homelessness, women, children, Chicano/Latino, feminism, communism, immigration, Asian Americans, art and culture, Sansei, Japanese Americans, Los Angeles (California, USA), disabled rights, art exhibitions, Cambodia, stereotypes, Judaism, The Wayang, Indonesia; referenced individuals include Helen Keller, Frida Kahlo, Dorothea Lange, Harriet Ross Tubman, Imogen Cunningham, Phoung Proeung; makers include includes Suzan Ocona, Barbara Webb, Sylvia H. Delgado, Patssi Valdez, Robin Price, Patricia Gaines, Susan E. King, Paradise Press, May Sun, Mary Burns Groenenthal, Linda Nishio, Carol Chen, Y Kawakami, Elfie Wilkins-Nacht, Janau Noerdlinger, Hyunsook Cho, Nelvatha Dunbar, Linda Lopez, Diane Gamboa, Cyndi Kahn, Michelle T. Clinton, Amani Fliers
Drawer C-4, Folder 3

Artist Groups: Woman's Building Busz Series - Cardstock 1982-2004

Physical Description: 32

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Los Angeles (California, USA), lesbians, Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual, Queer (LGBTQ), interracial relationships, Civil Rights Movement, bus boycotts, labor, China, machismo, children, African Americans, reproductive rights, disabled rights, Native American, Irish, Olympics, human rights, United Nations, arts and culture, Los Angeles Festival, women artists, environmentalism, ecology, global warming, climate change, automobile industry, consumerism; referenced individuals include Rosa Parks, Kitty O’Neil, Eleanor Roosevelt, Frida Kahlo, Rachel Carson; makers include Sandra Golvin, Cheri Gaulke, Li Huai, Dolores Guerrero-Cruz, Mark Greenfield, Kerr + Malley, Beverly Naidus, Sheila Pinkel; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-4, Folder 4

Artist Groups: Community Arts Program (CAP) AIDS series - cardstock 1990-2008

Physical Description: 22

Note

Project organizers include Woman's Building member Cheri Gaulke

Scope and Content Note

related topics include HIV/AIDS, safe sex, condoms, sex education, children; makers include includes Armory Center for the Arts, Mark Niblock, Cheri Gaulke, Shannon Bernhard, Teruko Furuya
Drawer C-4, Folder 5

Artists: Corita Kent 1964-1987

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

related topics include El Salvador, anti-war, marches and demonstrations, grape boycotts, United Farm Workers (UFW), Vietnam War, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), senior citizens, food, peace, War Resistance League (WRL), Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), poverty, children, Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), religion, slavery; referenced individuals include George McGovern, Sargent Robert Shriver, Albert Camus, Cesar Chavez, Roger Baldwin, Ralph DeGia, Shirley Chisholm, Langston Hughes, Bill Knott, Joseph Pintauro, Lois Barber, Henry David Thoreau, Walt Whitman, Rose Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy; makers include Vietnam Peace Parade Committee; references or specifically about Virgin Mary
Drawer C-4, Folder 6

Artists: Corita Kent - Oversize 1965-1985

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, Corita Billboard Peace Project, Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR), Gideon, Vietnam War, bombing, race; referenced individuals include Daniel Ellsberg, Lois Barber, God, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Maurice Ouellet; makers include Paddy Chayefsky references or specifically about Statue of Liberty, U.S. flag
Drawer C-6, Folder 5

Artists: Milly St. Charles 1992

Physical Description: 8

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-nuclear, children, anti-war, African Americans, homelessness, poverty, mass media
Drawer C-4, Folder 8

Artists: David Mosley 1969-2008

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, African Americans, police abuse, racism, political prisoner, Black Panthers, children, slavery; referenced individuals include Angela Davis, Ronald Reagan, Richard M. Nixon, Rubén Salazar, Jerry Lee Amie, Eldridge Cleaver, Kathleen Cleaver, Barack Obama, Geronimo Ji-Jaga Pratt, George Jackson, Huey P. Newton, Malcolm X, Abraham Lincoln, Patrice Lumumba, Oginga Odinga, Kwame Nkrumah, Alprentice "Bunchy" Carter; makers include National United Committee to Free Angela Davis, Westside Press; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty, U.S. flag; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-4, Folder 9

Artists: Vic Dinnerstein 1968-1990

Physical Description: 18

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Richard Nixon Library, fascism, liberalism, Vietnam War, U.S. Government, Ku Klux Klan, cigarettes, Death Valley Days, presidents, television; referenced individuals include Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Spiro Agnew, Lyndon B. Johnson; makers include Vic Dinnerstein; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-4, Folder 10

Artist Groups: Women's Building (San Francisco) 1982-1992

Physical Description: 4

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Chile, dictatorships, cultural events, craft fairs, women, International Solidarity, International Women’s Day, National Organization for Women (NOW), California Abortion Rights Action League (CARAL); makers include Alliance for Cultural Democracy, Inkworks Press, Nancy Hom, Elly Simmons, Armagh Cassil, Kathleen Burch, Hugo Riveros
Drawer C-7, Folder 1

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1911 [1945-1960s]; 1978-1987

Physical Description: 39

Note

Includes offset reproductions of originals; folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anniversaries, Mexican arts and culture, agricultural labor, indigenous rights, May Day, labor, graphic arts, festivals, children, peace, political cartoons, politicians, Mexico, political humor, Guatemala, human rights, Nicaragua; makers include Leopoldo Méndez, José Guadalupe Posada, Seymour Kaplan (Sy Kaplan), Alejandro Stuart, Reynaldo Olivares, Angel Bracho, Carlos Garcia, Jesus Alvarez Amaya, Arturo Garcia Bustos, Luis Chacon, Jesus Alvarez Amaya, Hiroharu, Antonio Vanegas Arroyo; referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh, Karl Marx, Paul Robeson, Vladimir Lenin, Emiliano Zapata, Roque Dalton, Amparo Ochoa, Salvador Allende, José Guadalupe Posada; languages include Spanish, English; places made include Mexico
Drawer C-7, Folder 2

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1937-1951; 1968; 1987

Physical Description: 37

Note

Folder includes offset reproductions of originals; folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

related topics include education, agrarian reform, religion, Christianity, industrialization, literacy, mass media, freedom of the press, U.S. imperialism, indigenous peoples, land rights, Mexican military, agricultural labor, anti-nuclear, nuclear bombs, peace, anti-war, anniversaries, youth, broadsides, police brutality, students, fascism, conferences, anti-war, women; referenced individuals include Francisco Villa (Pancho Villa), Adolf Hitler, Porfirio Diaz, Emiliano Zapata, Lázáro Cárdenas; makers include Alberto Beltrán, Andrea Gómez, Fernando Castro Pacheco, Alfredo Zalce, Fernando Castro Pacheco, Ignacio Aguirre, Arturo Garcia Bustos, Mariana Yampolsky, Leopoldo Méndez, Francisco Mora, Angel Bracho, Comite Mexicano por la Paz, Fidelity Printing, Comision Juvenil del Comite Continental Pro-Congreso De La Paz, Liga Pro-Cultura Alemana en Mexico; references or specifically about swastikas, World War II, sinarquismo (synarchism), Mein Kampf, Mexico City (Mexico), Hiroshima, Nazis, Olympic games, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Tlatelolco massacre
Drawer C-7, Folder 3

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) - Oversize 1945

Physical Description: 3

Note

Folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

makers include Angel Bracho; related topics include death penalty, nuclear bombs, U.S. imperialism, fascism, labor, anti-war, peace; referenced individuals include Adolf Hitler; references or specifically about Ethel Rosenberg, Julius Rosenberg, Soviet Union (USSR), spies, Cold War, Nazis, United Nations, World War II
Drawer C-7, Folder 4

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) - Oversize 1943-1951; 1994

Physical Description: 8

Note

Folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

makers include Luis Garzón, La Editorial Asbaje Marcos Carrillo, Alberto Beltrán, Angel Bracho, Sindicato de Profesionales de las Bellas Artes; related topics include children, homelessness, homeless youth, anti-war, U.S. imperialism, death penalty, peace, public transportation, government and politics, political cartoons, poverty, labor, art exhibitions; referenced individuals include Frida Kahlo, Jose Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siquieros, Angel Bracho, Leopoldo Mendez, Lóla Alvarez Bravo, Morton Sobell; references or specifically about Congreso de Wroclaw (Polonia), Peace Conference, Spain, Mexican Revolution; places made include Mexico, Spain
Drawer C-7, Folder 5

Artist Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) - Oversize 1949

Physical Description: 15

Note

Folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

related topics include peace, conferences, capitalism, labor, wages, corporations, transportation, food, poverty, salaries, art exhibitions, poster exhibitions, social security, workers, privatization; makers include Leopoldo Méndez, Imp. Aboitiz; references or specifically about La Compañía de Tranvías, decentralization, fine arts; places made include Mexico; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer C-7, Folder 6

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1932

Physical Description: 1

Note

Includes newsprint; folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

topics include militarization, U.S. imperialism, communism, marches and demonstrations, youth, compulsory military service; references or specifically about Bolivia, Paraguay, England, Japan; places made include Mexico
Drawer C-7, Folder 7

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1947-1949

Physical Description: 4

Note

Includes newsprint; folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

makers include Leopoldo Méndez, Calaveras Afetuosas, Calaveras Vaciladoras "Cauce" Uruapan; referenced individuals include Adolf Hitler, Charles De Gaulle, Fernando Amilpa, Luis Cabrera, Francisco Franco, Luis Legorreta, Ulises Criollo, Don Abelardo, Jesus Perez Gaona, Cuauhtémoc; references or specifically about The Marshall Plan, Soviet Union (USSR), Coca Cola, sinarquismo (synarchism); related topics include U.S. imperialism, industrialization, capitalism, corporatism, communism, mass media, freedom of the press, Mexican nationalism, economics, labor, education, poetry, police, classism, social class
Drawer C-7, Folder 8

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1969-1970; 1977; 1987

Physical Description: 18

Note

Includes newsprint; folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

related topics include circuses, bullfights, arts and culture, poetry, marches and demonstrations, anniversaries, teachers, advertisements, unions, labor, commemorations, oil, U.S. imperialism, education, anti-nuclear; references or specifically about Julius Caesar (play), Calaveras del 50 Aniversario del TGP (publication), Ku Klux Klan, Panama Canal, Ratas Deshumanizadas Calacas; makers include Ermilo Abreu Gomez; places made include Guanajuato (Mexico), Mexico City (Mexico); referenced individuals include Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, John Huston, George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Leopoldo Méndez, Diego Rivera, Manuel Maples Arce, Juan de la Cabada, Francisco Diaz de Leon, Juan Marinello, Jesus Alvarez Amaya, Rodolfo Zamora Machin, Carlos Chacon Rodriguez, Erastro Cortes Juarez, Manuel Zorrilla Rivera, Adrián Villagómez
Drawer C-7, Folder 9

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1938-1949

Physical Description: 27

Note

Includes newsprint; folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

related topics include strikes, labor, working class, unions, U.S. intervention, U.S. imperialism, oil, cost of living, exploitation, government and politics, political cartoons, peasant labor, labor contracts, social services, salaries, social security, corruption, art exhibitions, indigenous Mexican culture, despotism, Mexican Revolution, oil companies, poetry, commemorations, corn production; makers include Leopoldo Méndez, ACD, Alberto Beltrán; references or specifically about broadsides, Sindicato Industrial de Trabajadores Mineros, Sindicato de Trabajadores Petroleros, Alianza de Obreros y Campesinos de México, 5 Cvs. 4 Corridos Vaciladores de la Intervencion Americana (publication), corridos, hacendados, Corrido de Don Chapulín (publication), Confederación de Trabajadores de México (CTM), swastikas, Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, UNAM), Comisión del Maíz, Hoja Popular Ilustrada (publication), Congreso de la Paz; places made include Mexico; referenced individuals include Antonio Vanegas Arroyo, Esteban Cantú, Pancho Villa (Francisco Villa), Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lázaro Cárdenas, Nicolás Moreno, Pablo Neruda, Silvestre Revueltas, Saturnino Cedillo
Drawer C-7, Folder 10

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) - Newsprint 1982-1996

Physical Description: 18 periodicals

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Folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S. imperialism, apartheid, international solidarity, government and politics, political cartoons, Cuba, poetry, anniversaries, Nicaragua, corporatism, economic crisis, political parties, national foreign debt, Panama, intervention, voting, corruption, capitalism, anti-nuclear, alternative transportation, police, Chiapas (Mexico), privatization, HIV/AIDS, unemployment, Falkland Islands (UK), Yugoslavia, colonialism, Haiti, Guantanamo Bay detention camp, mass media; referenced individuals include Porfirio Díaz, Diego Rivera, Roberto Oropeza Martinez, Ronald Reagan, Garry Kasparov, Jorge Luis Borges, Juan Rulfo, Rini Templeton, Lane Wilson, Geraldine Ferraro, Humberto Jimenez, Octavio Paz, Napoleon Bonaparte, Bette Davis, Efraín Huerta, Fidel Castro, Nelson Mandela, Lola Beltrán, Manolo Fabregas, Viruta, Rosaura Devueltas, Jaime Garcia Terres, Jose Sanchez Aguilar, Carlos Slim, Jacobo Zabludovsky, Juan Garcia Abrego, Julio César Chávez, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Guillermina Rico, Guillermo Shulemburg, Bill Clinton (William Clinton), Michel Cambessus, Carlos Saul Menem, Cristina Pacheco, César Chávez, Yasser Arafat, Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Cantinflas (Mario Fortino Alfonso Moreno Reyes), Adelina Zendejas, George H.W. Bush, Rock Hudson, Rufino Tamayo, Orson Welles, Simone Signoret, Ingrid Bergman, Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, Rigoberta Menchú, María Félix, Jean-Paul Sartre, Carlos Menem, Frank Zappa, John Huston, Carlos Salinas de Gortari, Norma Corona, Benita Galeana, Salvador Allende, Guillermo Endara, Violeta Chamorro; references or specifically about , U.S. currency, pan-Africa continent, self-determination, Televisa, Partido Acción Nacional (PAN), swastikas, Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD), PEMEX, Olympics, caciques, Comandante Ramona, Subcomandante Marcos, Star Wars (films), quincentennial, Coca Cola, Perestroika; makers include Calaveras del Taller de Gráfica Popular (periodical), Calacas del Taller de Gráfica Popular (periodical), Calaveras Destapadas (periodical), Calaveras Encabronadas (periodical), Calaveras Complotistas (periodical), Judas Del 89 (periodical), Marcha de Calaveras (periodical), Calaveras del 50 Aniversario del TGP (periodical), Calaveras del Premio Nobel (periodical), Elino Tecozautla, Carlos Garcia Sanchez, Alberto Beltrán, Manuel Díaz Munguía , Roberto Lazos, Reynaldo Olivarez, Ricardo Palacios, Jesus Alvarez Amaya, Alfredo Mereles Jaimes, Jesus Castruita, Norberto Flores, Felipe Gaytan, Roberto Oropeza Martinez, Javier Calvo, Efraín Rodríguez Tsuda, Pino Paez, Pedro Melgarejo, Luis Garzón Chapa
Drawer C-7, Folder 11

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1940s-1950s

Physical Description: 9

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Folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

related topics include fascism, Germany, conferences, mass media, freedom of the press, international solidarity, Nazism, commemorations, youth, Latin America, Soviet Union, art exhibitions; makers include Liga Pro-Cultura Alemana en Mexico, Taller Escuela de Artes Plasticas de Uruapan Michoacan, Direccion Gral. de Alfabetizacion y Educacion Extraescolar, Alfredo Zalce; referenced individuals include Victor Manuel Villaseñor, Adolf Hitler, Benito Juárez, Antonio Frasconi; references or specifically about Palacio de Bellas Artes, swastikas, Teatro del Sindicato Mexicano de Electricistas, woodblock art, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
Drawer C-7, Folder 12

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1950

Physical Description: 1

Note

Folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials; includes newsprint

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-nuclear, disarmament, peace, government and politics; makers include Campaña en Defensa de la Paz, Comité Mexicano por la Paz; references or specifically about crimes against humanity, war crimes
Drawer C-7, Folder 13

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) - Photocopies [1950; 1963]

Physical Description: 4 packets; 4 single sheets

Note

Bracket range represents dates of original items reproduced

Scope and Content Note

references or specifically about 450 Años de Lucha Homenaje Al Pueblo Mexicano, La Ruta de Hernán Cortés, Que Despierte el Leñador, Los 60 Años de Leopoldo Méndez; referenced individuals include Fernando Benitez, Alberto Beltrán, Pablo Neruda, Elena Poniatowska
Drawer C-7, Folder 14

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular - Eight Studies Portfolio 1952

Physical Description: 2

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Portfolio is incomplete

Scope and Content Note

related topics include agricultural labor, female soldiers; referenced individuals include Leopoldo Méndez, Alberto Beltrán, Manuela Sanchez; makers include Latin American Research Bureau; places made include New York (USA); references or specifically about guerillas; languages include English, Spanish
Drawer C-7, Folder 15

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1949-1952

Physical Description: 4

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Folder is minimally described to reduce handling of fragile materials

Scope and Content Note

related topics include unions, labor, electric industry, humanitarian aid, woodcuts, art exhibitions; referenced individuals include Antonio Frasconi; references or specifically about Soviet Union (USSR), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico (UNAM), Uruguay, Virgin Mary
Drawer C-7, Folder 16

Artists Groups: Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP) 1975-1993

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anniversaries, Vietnam, U.S. government and politics, children, death, funerals, Panama, U.S. imperialism, U.S. intervention, Chiapas (Mexico), student movements, student activism, indigenous cultures, Spanish colonialism; references or specifically about U.S. Supreme Court, Uncle Sam, Tlatelolco massacre, Vietnam War Era; makers include Angel Bracho, Reynaldo Olivares, Jesús Alvarez Amaya, Alfredo Mereles, R. Palacios Cruz; referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh, Aníbal Magaña, Ricardo Flores Magón, Carmen Serdán, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara)
Drawer C-8, Folder 1

Artists: John Miner 2004-2008

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include George W. Bush; related topics include benefit concerts, capitalism, labor, U.S. culture critique, anarchism, ecology; places made include California (USA)
Drawer C-8, Folder 2

Artists: Paul Barron 2006-2010

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Oscar Grant, Barack Obama; related topics include alternative transportation, bicycles, BART Police, prisons, Arizona, racial profiling, police brutality, employment, labor, social media, MySpace, income tax, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), FBI, surveillance, riots, Occupy Movement, Israel, Palestine, Middle East, anarchism, presidents, politicians
Drawer C-8, Folder 3

Artist Groups: Wimps Collective 1969-1972

Physical Description: 45

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Bobby Seale, Afeni Shakur, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Fred Hampton, Huey Newton, Adolf Hitler; makers include Emory Douglas, Richard Nixon; related topics include Black Panther Party, political prisoners, strikes, black studies, African Americans, Augusta (Georgia, USA), reproductive rights, Roe v. Wade, choice, abortion, prisons, police brutality, education, conferences, U.S. media and news, Panther 21, Vietnam War, women, Kent State, the Street Wall Journal, presidents, politicians, students; references or specifically about Uncle Sam; places made include New York (USA)
Drawer C-8, Folder 4

Artists: Jon-Paul Bail / Gridlock - Oversize 1991-2009

Physical Description: 9

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Condoleezza Rice, Bill O'Reilly; related topics include anti-war, Iraq, First Gulf War, U.S. Military, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), oil, U.S. mass media, ENRON, police brutality, corporatism, capitalism, Ku Klux Klan, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), religion, Christianity, media, Fox News; places made include Oakland (California, USA)
Drawer C-8, Folder 5

Artists: Jill Lisa Abrams 1993-1995

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, peace, U.S. Military, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ), same sex marriage, drugs, Don't Ask Don't Tell, Act Up, religion; referenced individuals include Roseanne Barr; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-8, Folder 6

Artists: Paul Barron - Oversize 2009

Physical Description: 2

Scope and Content Note

related topics include police, police brutality, employment, labor, Palestine, Middle East, North Ireland, Iraq, Oakland (California, USA), imperialism
Drawer C-8, Folder 7

Artist Groups: Friendly Fire Collective 2008

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include the White Night Riots, gay rights movement, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), San Francisco (California, USA), Afghanistan, Cold War, 2008 Presidential Election, Shepard Fairey, Iraq War, poverty, labor, precarity, Greece, anarchism, global economics, police brutality, 2008 Economic Bailout, fascism, Black Panther Party, Oakland (California, USA), prisons, Prison Industrial Complex, "Bay Area Radical History", housing, the International Hotel, education, the Experimental College, black studies, universities, the Presidio 27, transportation, presidents, politicians; referenced individuals include Harvey Milk, Barack Obama, John McCain, Oscar Grant, Bobby Hutton, Assata Shakur (Joanne Chesimard); references or specifically about Critical Resistance
Drawer C-8, Folder 8

Artist Groups: Possible Wimps Collective 1968-1970

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Black Panther Party, political prisoners, the Milwaukee 3, African Americans, police brutality, Greece, prisons, imperialism, Young Lords Organization, strikes; referenced individuals include Bobby Seale, Huey Newton, Rafael Viera; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty; places made include New York (USA)
Drawer C-8, Folder 9

Artists: Eric Drooker 1999-2006

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Oaxaca (Mexico), education, strikes, cultural events, free speech, anti-war, PM Press, left media, World Trade Organization (WTO), demonstrations, capitalism, global economics, International Monetary Fund (IMF), globalization; referenced individuals include Brad Will, Emilio Alfonso Fabian; makers include Direct Action Network
Drawer C-8, Folder 10

Artist Groups: Méchicano Art Center 1969-1980

Physical Description: 26

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includes transparencies (film)

Scope and Content Note

related topics include drugs, Chicano/Latino, peace, art exhibitions, Aztlán, University of Southern California (USC), women, cultural events, Las Tres Mujeres, political theater, gangs, film festivals, university events, art production, student work; referenced individuals include Yolanda Lopez, Victoria del Castillo, Gloria Amalia Flores; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-8, Folder 11

Artist Groups: Méchicano Art Center 1969-1976

Physical Description: 25

Scope and Content Note

related topics include gangs, Chicano/Latino, art exhibitions, Community Building, university events, Los Angeles City College (LACC), United Farm Workers (UFW), Boycott Gallo, labor, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), Chicano Defense Fund, cultural events, folk music, Mexico, religion, Christianity, unity, agricultural labor, peace, peace corps; referenced individuals include Emiliano Zapata, Cesar Chavez; makers include Manuel Gomez Cruz; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA); references or specifically about Uncle Sam
Drawer C-8, Folder 12

Artist Groups: Méchicano Art Center 1970-1977

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Mexico, Chicano/Latino, cultural events, Día de los Muertos, labor, film festivals, chicano studies, art exhibitions, Aztlán, University of Southern California (USC); referenced individuals include Emiliano Zapata; makers include Manuel Gomez Cruz; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-8, Folder 13

Artist Groups: Jon-Paul Bail / Political Gridlock 1988-2012

Physical Description: 66

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), anti-war, Fox News, U.S. mass media, capitalism, corporatism, Iraq War, South Africa, Ku Klux Klan, alcohol, housing, eminent domain, September 11 (2001), War on Terror, Middle East, religion, Christianity, Occupy Movement, May Day, Bread and Roses, labor, anarchism, Oakland (California, USA), San Francisco (California, USA), banks, police abuse, strikes, tuition increase, employment, University of California, Davis (UC Davis), free speech, education, 2008 Presidential Election, BART Police, marijuana, facism, Abu Ghraib, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), communism, Cold War, General Electric (GE), immigration, U.S. imperialism, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), swastikas, racisim, anti-semitism, U.S. foreign policy, Italy; presidents, politicians, referenced individuals include George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, Gavin Newsom, Bill O'Reilly, Silvio Berlusconi, Oscar Grant, John McCain, Cindy McCain, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Martha Stewart, Sarah Palin, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Hilary Clinton, Kim Jong-Il; places made include Oakland (California, USA)
Drawer C-8, Folder 14

Artists: Collaborative Bay Area Artists 1993-2013

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S. economy, bicycling, ecology, California coast, oil, Christianity, Republican Party, anti-war, Iraq War, oceans, oil companies, communism, May Day, labor, Monsanto, farms, farmers, food, fracking, HIV/AIDS, student work, immigration, Mexico, benefit concerts, peace, anti-nuclear; presidents, politicians, referenced individuals include Oscar Grant, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, Edvard Munch; makers include Winston Smith, Brianna Lengel-Bail; Ryan Sarri, Ron Donovan, Chris Shaw, Dominique Dominguez, Gridlock
Drawer C-8, Folder 15

Artists: Jon-Paul Bail / Political Gridlock 2012-2013; includes reprints of work from 1980s

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Occupy Movement, National Rifle Association (NRA), Fox News, media, presidents, politicians, Drones, Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Christianity, 99%, education, prisons spending, Department of Justice, education budget, Tea Party, housing, corporatism, oil, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Egypt, violence against women, consent, rape; referenced individuals include Mitt Romney, Ronald Reagan; places made include Oakland
Drawer C-9, Folder 1

Artist Groups: Yo! What Happened to Peace? and Related Artists (Hard Pressed Studios) 2003-2010

Physical Description: 31

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does not include works by John Carr, includes artists that collaborated with him at Hard Pressed Studios

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, U.S. government and politics, corporatism, war profiteers, peace, militarism, Star Trek, Fox News, media, capitalism, September 11 (2001), marijuana, War on Terror, War on Drugs, terrorism, oil, Islam, government corruption, Mexico, White House, Los Angeles (California, USA), art exhibitions, United Kingdom, children, Juarez, women, maquiladoras, presidents, politicians; referenced individuals include George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney), Condoleezza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld, Osama Bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, Mohamed Atta, Afrika Bambaataa; makers include Two Rabbits Studios, Mike Thacker, Umbrella, Genevieve Gauckler, Winston Smith, Firehouse, Bill Pierce, Goat Skull, Skramble, Noah Breuer; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA); references or specifically about U.S. flag
Drawer C-9, Folder 2

Artists: John Carr - Oversize 2007-2009

Physical Description: 73

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includes newsprint material

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political art exhibitions, marches and demonstrations, marijuana, Fox News, art and culture, Indian culture, Vishnu, fascism, police, mass media, women, censorship, television, yuppies, revolutions, scat muncher, immigrant labor, Los Angeles (California, USA), anti-war, FBI, 2008 presidential election, politicians, presidents, Iraq war, Hurricane Katrina, We the People Festival, Federal Reserve; referenced individuals include Jeffrey Deitch, Megyn Kelly, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, John McCain, Ben Bernanke, Hillary Clinton; makers include Noah Breuer, Jesus Barraza, Werc, Favianna Rodriguez, Anonymous; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA); references or specifically about Yo! What Happened to Peace?, L.A. vs War, kleptocracy
Drawer C-9, Folder 3

Artists: Karen Fiorito 2002-2009

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include imperialism, capitalism, corporatism, anti-war, oil, Patriot Act, militarism, Military Industrial Complex, death penalty, police abuse, ecology, Hummer, homelessness, voting, Middle East, women; presidents, politicians, referenced individuals include Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice, Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney), Arnold Schwarzenegger, Napoleon Bonaparte, Adolf Hitler, Saddam Hussein, Anthony Blair (Tony Blair), Osama Bin Laden, Augusto Pinochet; makers include Hard Pressed Studios, Self Help Graphics and Art; references or specifically about U.S. flag, Statue of Liberty, Uncle Sam, Jesus Christ; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-9, Folder 4

Artists: John Carr 2003-2009

Physical Description: 28

Scope and Content Note

related topics include mass media, anti-war, The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), police abuse, peace, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), war in Afghanistan, Iraq War, Pakistan, CNN, Iraq, politicians, presidents, militarism, oil, street art, Fox News, Halliburton; referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Jeffrey Deitch, Blu, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John McCain, Lou Dobbs, Megyn Kelly, Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney), George H. W. Bush; makers include The Nation; references or specifically about U.S. flag, Arte Crea Vida, L.A. Raw; produced by or supporting Artists United Against Censorship, L.A. vs. War, Yo What Happened to Peace; places made include Los Angeles and San Francisco (California, USA)
Drawer C-9, Folder 5

Artists: Karin Fiorito - Oversize 2004

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Chevron, oil, women, feminism; referenced individuals include Condoleezza Rice; places made include Los Angeles
Drawer C-9, Folder 6

Artists: Lalo Alcaraz 1992-2011

Physical Description: 54

Scope and Content Note

related topics include immigration, LAPD, Los Angeles Riots, City Hall, Prop 187, Native Americans, Mexican culture, Occupy Movement, Aztlan, Walmart, U.S.-Mexico Border, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ), Proposition 8, taco vendor/taco trucks, Starbucks, gentrification, pochos, KPFK Radio, Generation X, cultural differences, Mickey Mouse, Disney, police abuse, ethnic studies, HB 2281, Arizona, education, corporatism, presidents, politicians; referenced individuals include Monica Lewinsky, Paula Jones, Hillary Clinton, Linda Tripp, Ken Starr, Barack Obama, Spice Girls, Emiliano Zapata, Christopher Columbus, Daryl Gates, George H. W. Bush, Rich Uncle Pennybags, Pocahontas, Pete Wilson, Sonia Sotomayor, Ted Kennedy, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Rodney King; makers include La Cucaracha, Self Help Graphics, Karen Manning, Linda Ware, Michael Woodcock, Pocho Magazine, Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG); references or specifically about Statue of Liberty
Drawer C-9, Folder 7

Artists: Shepard Fairey 1999-2009

Physical Description: 39

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includes Supply and Demand tabloid exhibition

Scope and Content Note

related topics include immigration, Green Party, elections, women, police brutality, ecology, energy, Burma, general human rights, anti-war, political art exhibitions, immigration reform, money, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), education, militarism, politicians; referenced individuals include Al Gore, George W. Bush, Ralph Nader, Andre the Giant, Barack Obama, Aung San Suu Kyi, Angela Davis, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Albert Einstein, Andy Warhol, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Jr., Richard Nixon, Subcomandante Marcos; makers include American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Ernesto Yerena, Zack de la Rocha, Marco Amador, Syracuse Cultural Workers (SCW), World Wide Fund (WWF)
Drawer C-9, Folder 8

Artist Groups: Yo! What Happened to Peace? and Related Artists 1982-2005

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include War on Drugs, War on Terror, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), marijuana, peace, militarism, jihadists, republicans, Nazism, Kuwait, Iraq War, September 11 (2001), capitalism, Vietnam War, mass media, corporatism, prisons, U.S. culture critique, anti-war, oil, martial law, Nazism, United Nations, American ethnocentricism; referenced individuals include George H. W. Bush, Saddam Hussein, George W. Bush, Osama Bin Laden, Arnold Schwarzenegger; makers include Winston Smith, Genevieve Gauckler, Firehouse, Gridlock, Mike D., Artemio Rodriguez, Fumika, Tiger J. Gushue, Malleus, Smoke Screen Factory, Seth, Matt Campbell (Spanko), Eric Drooker, La Mano Press; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty; places made include California (USA)
Drawer C-9, Folder 9

Artists: Hard Pressed Studios 2008-2011

Physical Description: 4

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Does not include works by John Carr, includes artists that collaborated with Hard Pressed Studios

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), Mexico, female homicides in Ciudad Juárez, women, United Kingdom; references or specifically about Union Jack, "the land of the free"
Drawer C-10, Folder 1

Artists: Robbie Conal 1988-2004

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include cats, peace, art exhibitions, art events, drugs, drug wars, musicians, politicians, corporations, corporatism, Taliban, free speech, comedy events, weapons of mass destruction, televangelism, televangelism scandal, Central America; makers include Mirage Editions, Michael J. Sundra, Art Attack, Dave Golnik; references or specifically about Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA), American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), Artburn (publication), HBO, Time Warner Entertainment Company, U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, U.S. flag; referenced individuals include Debbie Ross (Deborah Ross), Marilyn Manson, George H. W. Bush, Harvey LeRoy Atwater (Lee Atwater), George Carlin, Bill Maher, Dick Gregory, Dick Smothers, Tom Smothers, George W. Bush, Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney), Colin Powell, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, Tammy Faye, Jim Bakker, Caspar Weinberger, William Casey, George Shultz
Drawer C-10, Folder 2

Artists: Robbie Conal - Oversize 1992-2002

Physical Description: 31

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includes "Watching, Waiting, Dreaming" triptych

Scope and Content Note

related topics include biographical films, peace, sex scandals, Walt Disney Company, corporations, Tibet, pro-choice, police brutality, abortions, pets, animals, xenoglossy, freedom of speech, censorship, anti-war, capitalism, women's rights, reproductive rights, religion; referenced individuals include Robert Greenwald, Abbie Hoffman, Kenneth Starr, Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp, William Clinton (Bill Clinton), Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Dalai Lama (Tenzin Gyatso), Martin Luther King Jr., William Rehnquist, Mahatma Gandhi, Rudy Giuliani, Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney), Debbie Ross (Deborah Ross); references or specifically about Steal this Movie, It's the Stupidity Stupid, Inter-Species Xenoglossy Slam Poetry Society, Escape from Mauschwitz Productions, Tenet Healthcare, Patriot Act; makers include Artist's Network of Refuse and Resist!, David Geffen Company, California Women's Law Center; languages includes English, Spanish
Drawer C-10, Folder 3

Artists: Robbie Conal 1990-1995

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include politicians, abortion, reproductive rights, pro-choice, women's rights, environmentalism, pollution; referenced individuals include Pete Wilson, Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, William Rehnquist, David Souter, Anthony Kennedy, Harry Blackmun, Richard Riordan; references or specifically about Planned Parenthood, U.S. Supreme Court Justices, Planned Parenthood v. Casey, Clean Water Act, U.S. Congress; places made include California (USA)
Drawer C-10, Folder 4

Artists: Robbie Conal - Oversize 1987-2003

Physical Description: 31

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, politicians, comedians, First Ladies, abortion, pro-choice, reproductive rights, women's rights, anti-trust laws, ecology, construction and development, wetlands preservation, urban development, police brutality, public transportation, public transit, children, youth, education; referenced individuals include Nancy Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Joan Rivers, Jean Kirkpatrick, William Rehnquist, William Gates (Bill Gates), Rudolph Giuliani (Rudy Giuliani), Richard Nixon, Robert Dole (Bob Dole), Richard Perle, Newt Gingrich; references or specifically about Microsoft Corporation, "quality of life" crimes, Playa Vista development, Ballona Wetlands Project, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), Los Angeles Metro System, Bus Riders Union; languages include English, Spanish; places made include California (USA)
Drawer C-10, Folder 5

Artists: Robbie Conal 1987-2004

Physical Description: 37

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Nancy Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Joan Rivers, Jean Kirkpatrick, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, 14th Dalai Lama (Tenzin Gyatso), George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, Al Gore, Lee Atwater, John Tower, Rupert Murdoch, Ronald Reagan, George Orwell, Karl Rove, Donald Rumsfeld, Richard B. Cheney (Dick Cheney); related topics include women in politics, Civil Rights Movement, religion, Christianity, health care, medicine, Nicaragua, Contra War, drugs, cocaine, death; references or specifically about National Lawyers Guild Convention, The Catholic Church, dollar bill, thought police; makers include Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG), Hard Pressed Studios, California Women's Law Center (CWLC)
Drawer C-10, Folder 6

Artists: Robbie Conal - Oversize 1986-2007

Physical Description: 28

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Nicaragua, Iran-Contra affair, drugs, cocaine, drug war, Central America, government secrets, conservative politicians, U.S. government, government transparency, civil liberties, Microsoft, corporations, U.S. antitrust laws, oil, ecology, deaths; referenced individuals include Oliver North, Ronald Reagan, Donald Regan, James Baker III, Caspar Weinberger, Edwin Meese III, William Gates (Bill Gates), George W. Bush; places made include USA
Drawer C-10, Folder 7

Artists: Robbie Conal - Oversize 1990-2012

Physical Description: 49

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includes "Be the Revolution" triptych

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, U.S. imperialism, politicians, nuclear bombs, sex education, racism, weapons, religion, Nicaragua, Contra War, Iran-Contra affair, voting, fundraising, campaigns, abortions, pro-choice, reproductive rights, Metro transportation (Los Angeles, California, USA), public transportation, police brutality, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), political prisoners, drug wars, cocaine, environmentalism, women; referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Jesse Helms, Oliver North, Ronald Reagan, William Clinton (Bill Clinton), Mitt Romney, Clarence Thomas, William Rehnquist, Richard J. Riordan, Robert N. C. Nix, Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney), Daryl Gates, Nancy Reagan, Joan Rivers, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Margaret Thatcher; makers include Shepard Fairey, MERE-One, Marilyn Frandsen, Carl Harmon, FSC, Debbie Ross (Deborah Ross), Yukari Saito, Creative Trust for Earth Day, Westland Graphics, Karen Manning, Linda Ware, Carol Wells, Michael Woodcock, Patrick Crowley, Omark Industries; references or specifically about Post Gen, Obey (Shepard Fairey), Bill of Rights, Ku Klux Klan, Earth Day, Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG), Los Angeles 1992 Riots; languages include English, Spanish
Drawer C-10, Folder 8

Artists: Robbie Conal 1989-2006

Physical Description: 18

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Chiapas (Mexico); makers include Inkworks Press; references or specifically about Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), thought police, dollar bill, National Lawyers Guild; referenced individuals include José Guadalupe Posada, Subcomandante Marcos, Emiliano Zapata, Donald Rumsfeld, George Orwell, Karl Rove, George W. Bush, Richard B. Cheney (Dick Cheney), George H. W. Bush
Drawer C-10, Folder 9

Artists: Robbie Conal - Oversize 1989-1998

Physical Description: 33

Scope and Content Note

makers include Deborah Ross, Fred Jones, Post Gen; related topics include violence, gangs, gang colors, African Americans, art censorship, arts funding, homophobia, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ), politicians, police brutality, terrorism, government surveillance, fossil fuels, environmentalism, consumerism, capitalism; references or specifically about Crips and Bloods, Homeland Security; referenced individuals include Jesse Helms, Robert Mapplethorpe, Dan Quayle, George H.W. Bush, Kenneth Starr (Ken Starr), George W. Bush, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Ashcroft, J. Edgar Hoover, Tom Ridge, Paul O'Neill; places made include California (USA)
Drawer C-10, Folder 10

Artists: Robbie Conal 1991-2011

Physical Description: 47

Scope and Content Note

related topics include health care, wealth, government corruption, U.S. government, Star Wars, banks, prisons, youth, juvenile detention, education, pro-choice, abortion, reproductive rights, medicine, climate change, ecology; makers include KCRW, California Women’s Law Center (CWLC), American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California (ACLU); references or specifically about Proposition 21, Mickey Mouse, "Schools Not Jails", Catholic Church, Scopes trial, Japanese internment; referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Rupert Murdoch, John Boehner, Richard M. Nixon, G. Gordon Liddy, Spiro T. Agnew, John Mitchell, E. Howard Hunt, James McCord, George Steinbrenner, James Dimon, Llyod Blankfein, John Mack, Brian Moynihan, Pete Wilson, William Rehinquist, Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp, Bill Clinton, Kenneth Starr, Harry Shearer, Mahatma Gandhi, Al Gore, Dick Cheney, George H. W. Bush, Barack Obama, Alice Walker, Oliver North
Drawer C-11, Folder 1

Artists: Malaquías Montoya - Death Penalty Series 2000-2003

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Joseph Inglo, Ethel Rosenberg, Julius Rosenberg; related topics include electric chair, animal experimentation, animal rights, political prisoners, victims of capital punishment, lethal injection, Texas, death penalty abolition; references or specifically about Jesus Christ; places made include Northern California
Drawer C-11, Folder 2

Artists: Jos Sances bulk 1985-1995; includes post 2000

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Bill Clinton (William Clinton), Daniel Ellsberg, Sadam Hussein, Neil Bush, Oscar Romero, George W. Bush; related topics include Iraq, United Nations, Middle East, peace, military industrial complex, Gulf War, Nicaragua, concert benefits, immigrant rights, refugees, U.S. imperialism, Contra War, Nicaraguan culture, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), aid, Palestine, apartheid, racism, prisons, prisoner art, El Salvador, women, Native Americans, African Americans, religion; makers include Middle East Children's Alliance, Middle East Peace Action, Mission Gráfica, Alliance Graphics; places made include California (USA); references or specifically about Jesus Christ
Drawer C-11, Folder 3

Artists: Jos Sances 1983-1995

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Bill Clinton (William Clinton), Lincoln Cushing, Maudelle Shirek, Eduardo Galeano, Augusto Pinochet; related topics include socialism, U.S. intervention in Central America, imperialism, education, information literacy, El Salvador, benefit concerts, health, smoking, tobacco, visual education, Nicaragua, peace, children, learning centers, Cuba, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), mass media, military dictatorships, political stitchery, Chile, women, arts and culture, arpilleras, solidarity; makers include Mission Gráfica, Mission Cultural Center, San Francisco Art Commission, Alliance Graphics; places made include Contra Costra County Office of Education, California (USA)
Drawer C-11, Folder 4

Artists: Jos Sances - KPFA 1999

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include community media, free speech, KPFA, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), community radio, corporatism, education, U.S. Constitution, benefit concerts, anti-war, Iraq, Yugoslavia, Kosovo; places made include California (USA); referenced individuals include Joan Baez, Lynn Chadwick
Drawer C-11, Folder 5

Artists: Malaquías Montoya - International 1978-2000

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Nicaragua, Chile, September 11 (1973), human rights, Mexico, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), politicians, Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD), Cuba, Fidel Castro, 26th of July Movement, Palestine, ICAIC, Cuban embargo, Argentina, military dictatorships, political prisoners, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), U.S.-Mexico border, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Vietnam War solidarity, immigration, labor, immigrant labor, Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN), El Salvador, political film events; languages include English, Spanish; referenced individuals include Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, Jean-Paul Sartre, Víctor Jara, Renny Golden, Farabundo Martí, Emiliano Zapata, Augusto Pinochet; makers include the Palestine Solidarity Committee, Chicano Vietnam Project, Middle East Children's Alliance; places made include Northern California
Drawer C-11, Folder 6

Artists: Jos Sances bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Herbert Walker, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Pete Seeger, Emma Goldman, Holly Near, Mercedes Sosa, Pastor John Hagee, Huey Newton, Augusto Sandino; related topics include benefit concerts, Oakland (California, USA), Nicaragua, prisoner art, Latin America, KPFA, free speech, solidarity, Native Americans, Big Mountain, Hartford 15, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), Israel, death penalty, political films, Black Panther Party, information literacy, prisons, rehabilitation, religion, Christianity, Apartheid, South Africa; makers include Mission Gráfica, Art of Democracy, July 19th Coalition, Alliance Graphics; places made include Berkeley (California, USA)
Drawer C-11, Folder 7

Artists: Jos Sances 1983-2006, bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 53

Scope and Content Note

related topics include marijuana, education, teacher unions, May Day, Berkeley (California, USA), International Women's Week, feminism, Civil Rights Movement, cultural events, benefits concerts, U.S.-Mexico border, cigarettes, hunger, food, Nicaragua, El Salvador, agriculture, labor, liberation theology, San Francisco, Big Mountain Resistance, American Indian Movement (AIM), International Indian Treaty Council, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), alternative energy, art exhibitions, death penalty, Israel, Palestine, homelessness; referenced individuals include Bill Clinton, ARAUCO, Howard Zinn, John Trudell, KPFA, Martin Luther King, Margaret Randall, Ernesto Cardenal, Oscar Rodriguez, Lucy Lippard, Shifra Goldman, Holly Near, Camilo Torres, Pete Seeger; references or specifically about Middle East Children's Alliance, Alliance Graphics, Disneyland; makers include Mission Gráfica, Juan Fuentes, Associated Students of the University of California Community Projects Office; places made include Berkeley, San Francisco (California, USA)
Drawer C-11, Folder 8

Artists: Malaquías Montoya - Domestic 1972-2008, bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 45

Scope and Content Note

related topics include human rights, death penalty, Vietnam War, Chicano/Latino, political films, Los Angeles (California), Cinco de Mayo, labor, health care, teenage pregnancy, Bakke decision, racism, genocide, American Indian Movement (AIM), July 26; referenced individuals include Martin Luther King, Jr., Mumia Abu-Jahmal, Dolores Huerta, Angela Davis, Amiri Baraka, George Jackson, San Quentin 6, Jo Ann Yellow Bird, Wilmington 10, The Charlotte 3; references or specifically about Peoples College of Law, University of California Raza Day 1978; places made include Northern California
Drawer C-11, Folder 9

Artists: Jos Sances - Oversize 1990-1993

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include censorship, press, mass media, Israel, Palestine, Gulf War, corporatism, alcohol, pregnancy; referenced individuals include Naji Al-Ali, Sadam Hussein; places made include Berkeley (California, USA)
Drawer C-11, Folder 10

Artists: Malaquías Montoya 1974-2004

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

references or specifically about Peoples College of Law, University of California at Berkeley, Chicano/Latino, United Farm Workers (UFW), University of Texas at Austin, Chicano Liberation School; related topics include benefit concerts, torture, political art exhibitions, human rights, Zapatistas, Abu Ghraib; referenced individuals include Dennis Banks, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Emiliano Zapata, Luis Enrique Mejía Godoy; places made include Northern California
Drawer C-11, Folder 11

Artists: Jos Sances 1986-2004, bulk 2003-2004

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political art exhibitions, United Farm Workers (UFW), political films, corporatism, Iraq War, Palestine, Israel, colonialism, U.S. history, slavery, Native Americans; makers include Mission Gráfica, Alliance Graphics, Middle East Children's Alliance; referenced individuals include Michael Jordan, Martin Luther King, Jr., Rachel Corrie, George H. W. Bush, Pocahontas, George W. Bush; references or specifically about Barbie; places made include Berkeley (California, USA)
Drawer C-12, Folder 1

Artists: Herbert Siguenza 1982-1999, bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 25

Scope and Content Note

references or specifically about U.S. intervention in El Salvador, Committee For A Democratic Policy Toward Italy, AIDS Project Los Angeles, Instituto Familiar de la Raza, Inc., Self-Help Graphics and Art; makers include La Raza Silk Screen Center; related topics include drug abuse, Chicano/Latino, cultural events, mental health; referenced individuals and organizations include Carlos Mejía Godoy, Roque Dalton, Bertolt Brecht, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Nicolás Guillén, Left Bank Books
Drawer C-12, Folder 2

Artists: Danny Lyon 1964

Physical Description: 5

Note

includes item with ink stamp from Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)

Scope and Content Note

related topics include slavery, prisons, prison industrial complex, police brutality, children, poverty, hunger, African Americans, voting rights; references or specifically about Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC); references or specifically about Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)
Drawer C-12, Folder 3

Artists: Rupert Garcia 1977-2006

Physical Description: 33

Scope and Content Note

related topics include immigration, deportation, political prisoners, South Africa, concert benefits, Chicano/Latino, African Americans, music festivals, political films; referenced individuals include Nelson Mendela, Pancho Águila, Leonard Peltier, Emma Tenayucca, Ethel Rosenberg, Julius Rosenberg, Leopoldo Mendez, José Guadalupe Posada, Frida Kahlo, Rubén Salazar, Billie Holiday; references or specifically about Mozambique Education Fund, Panama, The New People's Army, Leonard Pettier Defense Committe, Pecan Strike, Philippines, Encuentro del Canto Cultural, Chiapas (Mexico), Puerto Rico; makers include Jos Sances, San Francisco Mime Troupe
Drawer C-12, Folder 4

Artists: Rupert Garcia 1972-1999

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

places made include Berlin (Germany), San Francisco (California, USA); referenced individuals include Christopher Columbus, Josefina Fierro de Bright, Luisa Moreno, Rose Pesotta, Frida Kahlo, Nelson Mandela, Angela Davis, Billy Holiday, Emiliano Zapata, Mary Harris Jones (Mother Jones), Dolores Huerta, Ruben Salazar, Tommy Smith, Robert C. Maynard, Cambios, Paul Robeson, Salvador Allende, Pablo Neruda, Leopoldo Mendez; related topics include Los Angeles history, KPFA, 1968 Olympics, African Americans, Black Panther Party, political prisoners, South Africa, apartheid, mining, Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), Youth Orchestra, Mexico, Chicano/Latino, journalism, education, Australia, aboriginal, Chile, Chilean refugees, quincentennial, concert benefits, Marin (California, USA); makers include San Francisco Mime Troupe, The Power of Place, The Los Angeles Conservancy
Drawer C-12, Folder 5

Artists: Lincoln Cushing - Oversize 1985-1995

Physical Description: 6

Note

includes works made under the name Insurgent Squeegee

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Holly Near, Paul Robeson, Eugene V. Debs, Bertolt Brecht; related topics include anti-nuclear, draft, oil, social services, energy, socialism, labor, education; makers include Labor Party Advocates
Drawer C-12, Folder 6

Artists: Carlos Cortez 1977-1991; Bulk 1980's

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Lucia Gonzalez de Parsons (Lucy Parsons), Ricardo Flores Magón, Oscar Romero, Joe Hill, Mark Rogovin; related topics include Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), Haymarket Centennial, labor, Mexico, Chicano/Latino, anarchism, El Salvador, liberation theology, Texas, agricultural labor, immigration, Chicago (Illinois, USA), Vietnam, women, children, feminism, anti-war, Mexican murals, Guatemala, strike, union, U.S. intervention in Central America, migrant workers, the Gilded Age
Drawer C-12, Folder 7

Artists: Lincoln Cushing 1980-1997

Physical Description: 50

Note

includes works made under the name Insurgent Squeegee

Scope and Content Note

related topics include apartheid, South Africa, divestment, Puerto Rico, labor, Nicaragua, trade embargo, international aid, Vietnam, El Salvador, U.S. intervention in Central America, anti-nuclear, disarmament, Mexico, Mexican murals, education, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Ku Klux Klan, corporatism, peace, benefit concerts, Central America, Caribbean, women, mental health, psychology, drugs, medications, Cuba, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Africa, unions, Spain, boycott, Chile, ecology, occupational health; makers include Consumer Action Troupe, Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), Middle East Children's Alliance, National Lawyers Guild, San Francisco Mime Troupe, Bread and Roses; referenced individuals include Bertolt Brecht, Paul Robeson, Pete Seeger, Oscar Romero, Holly Near, Martin Luther King, Jr., Domingo Ulloa, Augusto Pinochet
Drawer C-12, Folder 8

Artists: Carlos Cortez 1971-1996

Physical Description: 30

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Lucia Gonzalez de Parsons (Lucy Parsons), José Guadalupe Posada, La Malinche, Mary Harris Jones (Mother Jones), Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, Emiliano Zapata; related topics include Haymarket Centennial, Chicago (Illinois, USA), African Americans, Chicago Mural Group, Native Americans, Chicano, Movimiento Artistico Chicano, women, ecology, strike, labor, Día de los Muertos, Vietnam, Africa, anti-war, United Farm Workers (UFW), Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), Mexico, unions, Industrial Workers of the World (IWW); makers include Resistant Strains
Drawer C-12, Folder 9

Artists: Danny Lyon bulk 1960s

Physical Description: 15

Note

Includes photographs

Scope and Content Note

makers include Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), University of Arizona; related topics include police brutality, poverty, children, child hunger, African Americans, voting rights, riots, Texas, prisons, Chicano/Latino, Mississippi, racism, housing, education, community building, employment, immigration, Mexico, New Mexico, border patrol, political films, 1960s; referenced individuals include Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara)
Drawer C-12, Folder 10

Artists: Carlos Cortez 1970-1999

Physical Description: 45

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), benefit concerts, women, labor, unions, anarchism, Germany, anti-war, anti-draft, labor culture, Chicago (Illinois, USA), United Farm Workers (UFW), Native Americans, Chicago Indian Artists' Guild, Movimiento Artistico Chicano, Vietnam War, motherhood, Haymarket Centennial, music, Wounded Knee, Native American Committee, Mexico, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), ecology, Chicano, mining, New Mexico, quincentennial, poverty, charity, homelessness, May Day; referenced individuals include José Guadalupe Posada, Joe Hill, Rosa Luxemburg, Joe Troy, Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, La Malinche, Terry Brackenbury, Emiliano Zapata, Chico Mendes, Eugene V. Debs; makers include Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG), Resistant Strains
Drawer C -12, Folder 11

Artists: Lincoln Cushing 1979-1997; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 39

Note

includes works made under the name Insurgent Squeegee

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S.-Mexico border, El Salvador, anti-war, African Americans, community building, community health, ecology, women's health, prenatal health, San Francisco, folk music, Chile, Chilean art and culture, La Peña Cultural Center, Los Angeles, Chicano/Latino, Cinco de Mayo, psychology, mental health, suicide, employment, labor, unions, women, Ku Klux Klan, police brutality, strike, anti-nuclear, draft resistance, energy, oil, children, demilitarization, education funding, student movements, childcare, capitalism, work safety, asbestos, occupational safety, peace, toxic substance, hazardous waste, public health, May Day, offshore drilling; makers include Commitee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), California Labor Federation, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), Groundwork Books; referenced individuals include Paul Robeson, Pete Seeger, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Karl Marx, Richard Nixon
Drawer C-12, Folder 12

Artists: Carlos Cortez - Oversize 1979-1999

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Joe Hill, Ricardo Flores Magón, Karl Marx, José Guadalupe Posada, Lucia Gonzales de Parsons (Lucy Parsons), Rosa Luxemburg; references or specifically about Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), Communications Workers of America (CWA); related topics include labor, union organizing, Chicano/Latino, Vietnam War, police brutality, Institute of Working Class History, immigration; languages include English, Spanish
Drawer C-13, Folder 1

Artists: Earl Newman - Oversize 1960-2008, bulk early 1960s

Physical Description: 57

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Barbara Dane, Pete Seeger, George Washington, Martin Luther King, Jr., Bob Marley; related topics include musical performers, Earth Day, Marijuana, Legalization of Marijuana, anti-war, Vietnam War, coffee house art, libraries, United Nations; references or specifically about Venice (California, USA), Venice (Italy), Hermosa Beach (California, USA), The Insomniac, Ash Grove, Shelly's Manne-hole, jazz, folk music
Drawer C -13, Folder 2

Artists: Earl Newman - Oversize 1965-2010, bulk 1960s-1970s

Physical Description: 47

Scope and Content Note

references or specifically about Abbot Kinney Festival, Venice West Cafe, Ash Grove, World Council for Peace; referenced individuals include Barbara Dane, Angela Davis; produced by or supporting Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Mississippi Freedom Labor Union; related topics include Vietnam War, Peace Action Council, war toys, calendars, free speech movement, musical performers, ecology, Big Mountain, peace (peace sign), coffee houses, music
Drawer C-13, Folder 3

Artists: Barbara Kruger - Oversize 1978-1990

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

makers include Women's Action Coalition (WAC); related topics include pro-choice, feminism, Nicaragua, Christianity, health care, housing, education, women's rights, women's health; referenced individuals include Pope John Paul I, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush; produced by or supporting The National Abortion Rights Action League; languages include German, English
Drawer C-13, Folder 14

Artists: Sheila Pinkel 1974-2011

Physical Description: 56

Scope and Content Note

related topics include consumerism, prisons, prison industrial complex, California prisons, immigration, immigrant labor, ecology, consumption, Native Americans, death penalty, immigrant imprisonment, Occupy, government secrecy, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), Military Commissions Act, Patriot Act, Intelligence Authorization Act, Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act; referenced, sweatshops, police brutality, Three Strikes laws, Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN), El Salvador, Guatemala individuals, Vietnam War, Mines Advisory Group (MAG), Laos; referenced include Troy Davis, George W. Bush, Dan Quayle; makers include Self Help Graphics and Art
Drawer C-13, Folder 5

Artists: Sheila Pinkel 1974-2011

Physical Description: 57

Scope and Content Note

related topics include consumerism, immigrant labor, feminism, prisons, prison industrial complex, California prisons, Hiroshima, anti-nuclear, Native Americans, capitalism, sweatshops, labor, education, U.S. intervention in Central America; referenced individuals include George W. Bush
Drawer C-13, Folder 6

Artists: Sheila Pinkel - Oversize 1986; 2008-2011; bulk 2008

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

related topics include student loan debt, education, Occupy Movement, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), prisons, torture, Guantanamo, government secrecy, Military Commissions Act, Patriot Act, Intelligence Authorization Act, Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act, Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, boycotts, South Africa, Nicaragua, Cuba
Drawer C-13, Folder 7

Artists: Rodolfo Tejera 1980s

Physical Description: 5

Note

Cuban American

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-nuclear, propaganda, peace, Independent Self-governing Trade Union "Solidarity," labor, unions, media manipulation, Poland
Drawer C-13, Folder 8

Artists: Peg Averill bulk mid-1970s-early 1980s

Physical Description: 32

Scope and Content Note

related topics include capital punishment, capitalism, education, poverty, prisons, militarism in schools, anti-nuclear, feminism, Vietnam War, draft, corporatism, Attica; produced by or supporting War Resisters League; makers include Liberation News Service; referenced individuals include Eugene Debs, Annie Mae Aquash, Nelson A. Rockefeller; references or specifically about Uncle Sam
Drawer C-14, Folder 1

Artists: Doug Minkler 1984-2009

Physical Description: 47

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Albert Einstein; related topics include ecology, labor, strikes, Wattsonville Cannery Strikers, scabs, Nicaragua, U.S. intervention in Central America, children, media, May Day, Iraq War, Afghanistan War, immigration, International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU); makers include Inkworks Press, National Security International, The Center for Applied Local Research, West Coast Maritime Strike, San Francisco General Strike, Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA), public defenders, constitutional rights, San Francisco, G.I. Bill, political parties, Democrats, Republicans
Drawer C-14, Folder 2

Artists: Doug Minkler 1982-2003, bulk mid 1990s

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

references or specifically about the University of California, higher education, Strategic Law Suit Against Public Participation (S.L.A.P.P. Suit), corporate terrorism, apartheid, South Africa, reproductive rights, pro-choice, birth control, sterilization, National Lawyers Guild, Reproductive Rights Task Force; referenced individuals include Steve Biko
Drawer C-14, Folder 3

Artists: Doug Minkler 1983-2008

Physical Description: 39

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S.-Mexican border, apartheid, South Africa, cigarettes, Doctors Ought to Care (DOC), unions, labor, International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), May Day, Iraq War, Afghanistan War, alternative transportation, scabs, Golden Gate Bridge, Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN), draft resistance, ecology, Palestine, housing, DOW Chemical; references or specifically about University of California, National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild, The Neptune Jade, UNOCAL Oil Refinery; referenced individuals include University of California Regents, Ambrose Bierce; makers include Inkworks Press, National Lawyers Guild
Drawer C-14, Folder 4

Artists: Doug Minkler 1983-2003; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

related topics include poverty, unemployment, demilitarization, peace, women, University of California, ROTC, strikes, free speech, Nicaragua, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), international aid, U.S. intervention in Nicaragua, student movements, University of California at Berkeley, immigrant rights, police, welfare prisons, privitization, Three Strikes laws, 1960s; makers include National Lawyers Guild
Drawer C-14, Folder 5

Artists: Doug Minkler 1983-1998

Physical Description: 30

Note

includes Captive Minds series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Israel, Palestine, U.S.-Israel relations, military funding, demilitarization, bipartisanship, colonialism, Operation Desert Shield, religion, Christianity, anti-nuclear, nuclear testing, El Salvador, Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN), banks, Vietnam War, military industrial complex, police brutality, sexual assualts, Mobil, anti-war, labor, nationalism, animal rights, ecology, education, industrial agriculture, cattle farming, U.S. culture critique, Gaza, international aid; makers include Attorney's Committee on Police Practices Inc., The Emergency Coalition for Palestinian Rights, Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), La Peña Cultural Center; referenced individuals include Christoper Columbus, Farabundo Marti
Drawer C-14, Folder 6

Artists: Doug Minkler 1985-2005

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Al Gore, Ralph Nader, Chico Mendes, Rose Elizabeth Bird, Ambrose Bierce; related topics include the California death penalty, women, lethal injection, Brazil, U.S. foreign policy, terror, Iraq War, U.S. media, apartheid, University of California at Berkeley, University of California system, divestment, anti-war, DNA evidence, bipartisanship, patriotism, culture critique, ecology, forests, military recruitment, ROTC, beef industry, men's health, women, labor, equal pay, Native Americans; makers include Rainforest Action Network
Drawer C-14, Folder 7

Artists: Doug Minkler 1983-2003

Physical Description: 41

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S. culture critique, Japan, Mexico, anti-war, anti-militarization, religion and Christianity, oil, peace, IT&T, IBM, Bechtel, terrorism, corporate terrorism, border patrol, Sit/Lie Laws, homelessness, September 11 (2001), War on Drugs, Department of Homeland Security, Free Speech, Patriot Act, South Korea, Nicaragua, coffee production, U.S. intervention, Taiwan, ecology, capitalism, General Motors, General Electric, U.S. Steel, labor, draft resistance, outsourcing, privacy, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), U.S. Constitution, globalization, corporatism; makers include Aram James, Health Workers Pledge Against Militarism Committee, Plant Closures Project; referenced individuals include Ambrose Bierce, George H. W. Bush, Christopher Columbus
Drawer C-14, Folder 8

Artists: Doug Minkler 1982-2002; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 45

Note

includes The Seven Early Signs of Cancer

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Marlboro, tobacco, health, Camel, Anti-war, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), secret police, draft resistance, ROTC, military recruitment, corporatism, computer monitoring, privacy, referenced individuals include Vladimir Lenin, Nicaragua, George H. W. Bush, Dante Alighieri, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Bertolt Brecht; makers include Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG), VDT Coalition, Doctors Ought to Care, Health Workers Pledge against Militarism Committee
Drawer C-14, Folder 9

Artists: Doug Minkler 1985-2013

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, health, industrial agriculture, cattle farming, Guantanamo Bay, Nicaragua, U.S. intervention, anti-war, Berkeley (California, USA), bipartisanship, Shell Oil, Arctic ecology, death penalty; referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Al Gore, Ralph Nader, Rose Elizabeth Bird, Djamel Ameziane
Drawer C-14, Folder 10

Artists: Doug Minkler 1984-2006

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include military recruitment, demilitartization, tobacco, health care, education funding, anti-war, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Ku Klux Klan, white supremacy, racism, California Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI), Camel, military funding, ecology, anti-nuclear, water, radiation, University of California, labor, affirmative action, women, academic Senate for the University of California (ASUC); makers include Ecumenical Peace Institute, Northern California War Tax Resistance, Doctors Ought to Care, Livermore Conversion Project; referenced individuals include Henry David Thoreau
Drawer C-15, Folder 1

Artist Groups: Planet Propaganda 2005

Physical Description: 8

Note

includes "Seasons of the Year" series (2 of each)

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Olympics, corporatism, Pepsi, anti-war, Iraq War, ecology, anti-nuclear, U.S. culture critique
Drawer C-15, Folder 2

Artist Groups: Galería de la Raza 1971-1990; bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include art exhibitions, Philippines, Chicano art exhibitions, Philippine Comic Archives, Puerto Ricans, San Francisco, Chicano/Latino, Royal Chicano Air Force (RCAF); referenced individuals include Francisco Camplis, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Rene Gelpi; references or specifically about Galería de la Raza; makers include La Raza Silkscreen Center
Drawer C-15, Folder 3

Artist Groups: New York Society of Etchers 2006

Physical Description: 5

Note

includes the Art of Persuasion Exhibition

Scope and Content Note

related topics include art exhibitions, peace, police brutality; referenced individuals include Marshall Arisman, Frances Jetter, Zev Deans, Ann Chernow, Will Barnet
Drawer C-15, Folder 4

Artists and Artist Groups: Mark Vallen and Shock Battalion bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 75

Note

includes Anti-war art exhibition in Venice, California

Scope and Content Note

related topics include El Salvador, Nicaragua, Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN), police brutality, strikes, anti-nuclear, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Mexico 1968, student movements, Three Strikes laws, Guatemala, Nazis, South Africa, Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN), ecology, 1984, quincentennial, corporatism, colonialism, Native Americans, indigenous peoples, Vietnam War, Contras, anarchism (includes punk), anti-war, communism, Holocaust, U.S. intervention in Central America, homelessness; makers include Charlene Hassencahl, Taller Gráfica Popular (TGP); referenced individuals include Augusto Sandino, John Heartfield; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-15, Folder 5

Artist Groups: Madam Binh Graphics - Oversize 1970s-1980s

Physical Description: 33

Scope and Content Note

related topics include African Americans, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), Nicaragua, Vietnam War, Republic of New Afrika-11, Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), Attica, prisons, Black Liberation Movement, political prisoners, Puerto Rico, Puerto Rican independence, Nicaragua, POWs, U.S. imperialism, benefit concerts, El Salvador, Native Americans; makers include Laura Whitehorn, Mary Patten, Progressive Production of Lincoln Detox Acupuncture, May 19th Communist Organization; referenced individuals include Toussant L'Ouverture, William Morales, Leonard Peltier, Harriet Tubman, Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Assata Shakur (Joanne Cheismard), George Jackson, Sundiata Acoli (Clark Squire), Lolita Lebrón, Irvin Flores, Oscar Collazo, Andres Figueroa Cordero, Rafael Cancel Miranda, Pedro Albizu Campos, Robert Mugabe, Imari Obadele, Ho Chi Minh, Ricardo Jimenez, Adolfo Matos, Elizam Escobar, Oscar Lopez Rivera, Dylcia Pagan, Ida Luz Rodriguez, Alicia Rodriguez, Luis Rosa, Carlos Alberto Torres, Carmen Valentin, Haydee Beltran Torres; references or specifically about Coalition to Defend the October 20th Freedom Fighters; languages include English, Spanish
Drawer C-15, Folder 6

Artists: René Castro (Mission Gráfica) bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 52

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Dolores Park, Martin Luther King, Jr., Children, Women, Political Films, Women in Combat, July 19, 1981, Latino/Chicano artists, International Day of Nuclear Disarmament, September 11 (1973), El Salvador, solidarity parades, academic conferences on Latin America, rallies, teach-ins, apartheid, Quilapayan, Chile, U.S. involvement in Central America, Festival de Canto a Salvador, benefit concerts, Sandinista, Grenada, literacy in Nicaragua, South Africa, Central America, Nicaragua; referenced individuals include Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Claribel Alegria, Manlio Argueta, James Madhlope Phillips, Oscar Romero S.J., Martin Luther King, Jr., Víctor Jara, Salvador Allende, Fernando Cardenal S.J., Winnie Mandela, Nelson Mandela, Jacqueline Creft; references or specifically about Faculty for Human Rights in El Salvador and Central America
Drawer C-15, Folder 7

Artist Groups: Adbusters early 2000s

Physical Description: 16

Note

includes TV Turnoff Week 2002-2004

Scope and Content Note

related topics include corporatism, tobacco, cigarettes, consumerism, health, ecology, global economics, mass media critcism, corporate logos, Joe the Camel; makers include Andreas Topfer, Chris Woods, Scott Plous, Shi-Zhe Yung, Sandra Zukanovic, Valerie Thai, Neil McIvor
Drawer C-15, Folder 8

Artists and Artist Groups: Mark Vallen and Shock Battalion 1980-2001; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 88

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Includes "Los Angeles: At the Center and on the Edge" exhibition posters

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Contra War, U.S. intervention in Central America, immigration, Chicano/Latino, Gulf War, Middle East, anti-nuclear, Guatemala, human rights, anti-war, marches and demonstrations, rallies, Filipinos, Los Angeles (California, USA), Three Strikes, police abuse, El Salvador, African-Americans, South Africa, the quincentennial, Native Americans; referenced individuals include George H. W. Bush, Augusto Sandino, Malcolm X; references or specifically about Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG) exhibitions, Los Angeles Peace Center Coalition; makers include Art for a Change; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-15, Folder 9

Artist Groups: La Raza Silkscreen Center 1973-1988; bulk late 1970s

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political film festivals, immigration, deportations, Simpson-Rodino act (Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986), Nicaragua, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), political prisoners, Colombia, academic conferences on Chicano Studies, Argentina, human rights abuses, political calendars, free education, student movements, Chile, Chicano/Latino, Angola, the Claremont Colleges, El Salvador, labor, strikes, United Farm Workers (UFW), land rights, Native Americans, Dia de los Muertos, Puerto Rico, U.S. intervention in El Salvador; referenced individuals include Agostino Neto, Harriet Tubman, Augusto Sandino, José Martí, Simón Bolivar, Emiliano Zapata, Lolita Lebrón, Victor Lima, Pancho Villa (Francisco Villa), Salvador Allende; references or specifically about Southern Africa Solidarity Committee, National Association for Chicano Studies, Galeria de la Raza, Mission Cultural Center, La Peña Cultural Center, World Peace Congress; makers include René Castro, Herbert Sigüenza; places made include San Francisco (CA, USA); includes text in Spanish
Drawer C-15, Folder 10

Artist Groups: La Raza Graphic Center 1983 Calendar 1982-1983

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

makers include Juan Fuentes, Malaquías Montoya, Emmanuel Montoya, René Castro, Herbert Sigüenza, Jos Sances, Ben Morales-Correa; related topics include political calendars, Palestine, Chile, Cuba, July 26, 1959, September 11, 1973, children; referenced individuals include Dan Georgakas, Víctor Jara, Fidel Castro, Pablo Neruda, Salvador Allende, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Orlando Letelier, Ronald Reagan; places made include San Francisco (CA, USA)
Drawer C-15, Folder 11

Artist Groups: Mission Gráfica 1978-2003; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 48

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S. Constitution, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), Chicano/Latino, Japanese Americans, Japanese internment camps, Tule Lake Pilgrimage, World War II, Palestine, Israeli apartheid, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Chile, Honduras, South Africa apartheid, Southern Africa, housing, tenant rights, women, craftswomen, art and culture, labor, International Women's Day, dance events, immigrant rights, refugees, Vietnam War, peace, political theater, Sandinistas, Latin folk music, political films, Nicaragua, children, Contra War, military funding, gay theater, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), Dia de los Muertos, corporatism, Guatemala, benefit concerts, U.S. intervention in Central America; references or specifically about Chinatown; text includes Chinese; referenced individuals include Ronald Reagan, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson; makers include The Women's Building, René Castro, Augusto Sandino, Luis Mejía Godoy, Ernesto Cardenal, Patricio Manns, Rosario Murillo, Holly Near, Franklin Greenwald, Maigen Elske; produced by or supporting Casa Nicaragua; makers include People's Theater Coalition, Lesbians and Gays Aganist Intervention (LAGAI), San Francisco Mime Troupe, Nicaraguan Information Center, Roque Dalton Cultural Brigade, P.E.N. West Translation Center, Friends of Nicaraguan Culture, Bay Area Unions for Chile (B.A.T.U.C.), Pablo Neruda Cultural Center, Jesus Barraza, Christine Wong, Hands Off Nicaragua Coalition, Alfonso Maciel, Witness for Peace; places made include San Francisco (CA, USA)
Drawer C-16, Folder 1

Artists: Emek 2000-2007; bulk 2003-2004

Physical Description: 60

Scope and Content Note

related topics include African Americans, corporatism, democracy, U.S. culture critique, music, musical artists, industrialization, corporatism, tobacco, health, capitalism, globalization, peace, Hinduism, Buddhism, religions of Southeast Asia, technology, cybernetics, evolution, privacy, forensics, fingerprints, consumption, consumer culture, religion, Christianity, genetically modified food, ecology, weapons of mass destruction, free speech, media, animal rights, bees, science, military research, radio, labor, social progress, Iraq War, voting rights, American icons, anti-nuclear, oil, anti-war, music; referenced individuals include Erykah Badu, Katsushika Hokusai, Albert Einstein, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney (Richard Cheney); makers include Gan Golan; references or specifically about No Blood for Oil, The Wave, Jesus Christ, George Orwell; references or specifically about U.S. Constitution, McDonalds, Enron, Uncle Sam; places made include Los Angeles (Calfornia); Oregon (USA);
Drawer C-16, Folder 2

Artists: Tony Ortega - Oversize 1991-2005

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Iraq War, religion, Christianity, anti-war, torture, farmworkers, agricultural labor, immigration, U.S. culture critique, Chicano / Latino, banks, Mexico, Mexican-Americans, Chicano arts and culture, migrant labor; referenced individuals include Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Cesar Chavez, George W. Bush, Theodore Roosevelt, Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzalez, Andy Warhol; places made include Colorado (USA); references or specifically about Statue of Liberty, Jesus Christ, La Virgen de Guadalupe, Mount Rushmore, Abu Ghraib, United Farm Workers (UFW), Cinco de Mayo, Western Union; makers include Self-Help Graphics and Art
Drawer C-16, Folder 3

Artists: Gee Vaucher 1978-2005

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S. justice system, religion, ecology, Christianity, U.S. culture critique, anti-war, democracy, children, peace, military, soldiers, weapons, farms, agriculture, military recruitment; places made include London (United Kingdom); makers include Ghislain Bellorget, Crass, Pictures On Walls (POW); references or specifically about Statue of Liberty, Vietnam War, World War I
Drawer C-16, Folder 4

Artists: John Jennings - Oversize 2006-2011; bulk 2006

Physical Description: 44

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Angela Davis, Maya Angelou, James Baldwin; related topics include capitalism, prison industrial complex, prisons, political prisoners, privatized prisons, corporatism, prisoners, African Americans, slavery, Three Strikes laws, African American men in prison; references or specifically about Uncle Sam, Nosferatu
Drawer C-16, Folder 5

Artists: Peter Kennard 1982-2003; bulk 1983

Physical Description: 17

Note

includes Images for Disarmament series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-nuclear, nuclear missiles, Cold War, ecology, shipyards, art exhibitions, military production, Soviet Union (USSR), arms race, disarmament, military secrecy, government secrecy, children, hunger, demilitarization, Hiroshima, Nagasaki; makers include Stop the War Coalition, Working for London and Peace (GLC); places made include United Kingdom; references or specifically about Firth of Clyde
Drawer C-16, Folder 6

Artists: Garland Kirkpatrick - Oversize 1996-2008

Physical Description: 28

Note

includes content about the 1986 Culture Liberation Award: Tom Patchett

Scope and Content Note

related topics include peace, peace sign, police brutality, capital punishment, New York Police Department (NYPD), death penalty, lethal injection, 2008 presidential campaign, gun violence, education spending, military spending; referenced individuals include Oscar Grant, Amilcar Cabral, Sean Bell, Bertolt Brecht, Amadou Diallo, Fred Hampton, Mark Duggan, Charles Hill, Barack Obama, Martin Luther King, Jr.; makers include Self Help Graphics and Art, Helvetica Jones, Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG)
Drawer C-16, Folder 7

Artists: "O" - Oversize 2002-2009

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include corporatism, corporate logos, oil, oil refineries, popular culture, ecology; referenced individuals include Edvard Munch, Barack Obama, 2008 election, Michelle Obama, Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, John F. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, Sojourner Truth, Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney); references or specifically about "The Scream" by Edvard Munch, Rosie the Riveter, U.S. flag
Drawer C-16, Folder 8

Artists: Ralph Fasanella - Oversize bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 27

Note

includes America's Labor Heritage series

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald, Lyndon B. Johnson, Big Bill Haywood, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, John L. Lewis, Harry Bridges, James Housewright, Patrick Gorman, Arturo Giovannitti, Barry Goldwater, Joe Hill; related topics include Ku Klux Klan, anti-nuclear, anti-war, oil, capitalism, American hegemony, Haymarket riot, May Day, Chicago, labor, strikes, women, women and labor, immigration, immigrant labor, textile labor, textile industry, art exhibitions, folk art, baseball, New York, public transportation, unions, Great Depression, South Bronx, poverty, Daily News strike, labor safety, New York Yankees, Bread and Roses Strike, Lawrence, Massachusetts, New Bedford Union Hall; references or specifically about 1912 Great Textile Strike, Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
Drawer C-16, Folder 9

Artists: Emek 2003-2010

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Islam, religion, Christianity, corporatism, Monsanto, genetically modified food, agriculture, ecology, nuclear missiles, peace, voting, concert posters, Haiti earthquake relief 2010, Republican National Convention 2004, George W. Bush administration; referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney), Condoleezza Rice, Erykah Badu; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty, Hand of Fatima, God, Sound Garden
Drawer C-16, Folder 10

Artist Groups: Woman's Building - Oversize 1980-1981

Physical Description: 3

Scope and Content Note

makers include Women's Graphic Center, Tiny Beunk, Helene Ly; related topics include feminism, women, lace, gender identity, Chinese Americans, Asian Americans, women of color, gender performance; places made include Los Angeles (USA)
Drawer C-16, Folder 11

Artists: Sue Coe - Oversize 1981, 1990

Physical Description: 25

Note

includes Nelson Mandela 70th birthday tribute series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include animal cruelty, animal rights, anti-nuclear, Nagasaki, peace, HIV/AIDS, Kuwait, Gulf War, labor, labor history, Iraq, anti-war, capitalism, labor strikes, art history, art education, meat-packing industry, African Americans, art exhibitions, poverty, hunger, homelessness, fast food, gambling, alcoholism, corporatism, sex workers, cattle industry, food politics, vegetarianism, U.S. imperialism, Latin America, police brutality; makers include Bread and Roses, Nagasaki Peace Park, Mother Jones Magazine; referenced individuals include Ronald Reagan, Marie Antoinette, Paul Marcus, Malcolm X; references or specifically about Peace Museum Archive, Animals and Society Institute, Farmer John, McDonald's
Drawer C-16, Folder 12

Artists: Nikki McClure 2004

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include food, voting, ecology, women, children, collaboration, motherhood, labor, agriculture
Drawer C-16, Folder 13

Artists: Dave Earp (Billy Nose) 2004

Physical Description: 30

Scope and Content Note

related topics include corporatism, capitalism, 2004 presidential election, free speech, patriotism, Patriot Act, torture, Iraq War, Abu Ghraib; referenced individuals include Mickey Mouse, Michael Powell, Colin Powell, John Kerry, George W. Bush
Drawer C-16, Folder 14

Artists: Lasse Hejll / Lars Hejll - Oversize 1968-1988; bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include apartheid, benefit concerts, anti-war, Native Americans, land rights, Native American reservations, women, children, Chile, indigenous peoples, Mapuche people, Mapuche solidarity, Black Power, African Americans, poverty, hunger; places made include Germany, Sweden; makers include Amnesty International; languages include Swedish, English
Drawer C-16, Folder 15

Artists: John August Swanson - Oversize 1972-1973 (includes 2012 reproductions); 2008

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Buffy Sainte-Marie, Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta; related topics include poverty, counter culture, Vietnam War era, racism, anti-war, unions, labor, lettuce, agricultural labor, Christianity, religion, strikes, prisons, industrialization, factories, education, empowerment, wages, voting, community building, health care, housing, collective bargaining, civil disobedience, unemployment, Mexican Americans, leadership training; references or specifically about La Virgin of Guadalupe, United Farm Workers of America (UFW), Bank of America, AFL-CIO
Drawer C-16, Folder 16

Artists: Frank Cieciorka 1970

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include John Brown, Huey Newton, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara); makers include Movement Press, People's Poster; related topics include African Americans, slavery, Black Panther Party, slave rebellion, strikes, boycotts, wine boycotts, Perelli-Minetti boycott, imperialism, Vietnam War, equal pay, labor, political prisoners, General Electric, capitalism, globalization, police brutality, violence, rape, U.S. cultural critique; references or specifically about National Liberation Front (NLF), United Farm Workers (UFW), God, Uncle Sam, Statue of Liberty, Lady Justice
Drawer C-17, Folder 1

Artist Groups: Inkworks Press - About 2001

Physical Description: 3

Note

includes proof sheets

Scope and Content Note

references or specifically about an Inkworks Press retrospective publication
Drawer C-17, Folder 2

Artist Groups: Royal Chicano Air Force 1975-1991

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Mexico 1968, U.S. imperialism, Guatemala, Native-Americans, Mexican War of Independence, El Salvador, Spain, land rights, indigenous peoples, gangs, Chicano/Latino, International Women's Year, United Farm Workers (UFW), strikes, farm worker benefits, Sun-Maid raisins, demonstrations, Mexican arts and culture, Coors boycott, community building, tomatoes, Chicano arts and culture, art exhibitions, benefit events, Gallo wine boycott, agricultural labor, unions, disabled rights; produced by or supporting Wheelchair Team; referenced individuals include Otto René Castillo, Ricardo Flores Magón, José María Morelos, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, Clint Eastwood, Hernán Cortés, José Guadalupe Posada, Richard Rodriguez, Dennis Banks, Cesar Chavez, Kenny Little Fish, Olga Talamante, Yvonne Wanrow, Juanita Polendo, Huatasha; makers include Luis C. Gonzalez (Louie "the Foot" Gonzalez), Manuel Diaz, Ricardo Favela, Hector González
Drawer C-17, Folder 3

Artists: Malaquías Montoya - Immigration 1980-1994

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, family separations/unifications, community organizing, liberation theology, Mexico, women, children, undocumented, immigrant rights, refugees, U.S. immigration policy, deportations, "illegal aliens", U.S. military, Border Patrol, U.S.-Mexico border, ecology, agriculture, immigrant stigma, academic conferences about Latin America, derogatory terms, pan-Latino solidarity, labor, farm workers, racism; makers include Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, Self-Help Graphics and Art Forum for the Study of the Americas, National La Raza Legal Alliance; references or specifically about International Conference on Central America at the Rio Grande Valley Border; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer C-17, Folder 4

Artist Groups: Royal Chicano Air Force 1971-2000; bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 32

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political prisoners, Filipino Americans, U.S. Constitution, cultural events, Mexican culture, Chicano/Latino, ecology, genocide, Mexican folk crafts, racism, discrimination, art exhibitions, religion, women's health, health care, Catholicism, Coca-Cola boycott, water, political theater, Coors boycott, Gallo Wine boycott, mural art, San Francisco, quincentennial, Native Americans; referenced individuals include Leonora Perez, Filipina Narciso, Abraham Lincoln, Russell Redner, José María Morelos, Kenneth Loudhawk, Dr. Arnaldo Solis; makers include Ricardo Favela, Esteban Villa, Louie "The Foot" Gonzalez, Committee to Abolish Prison Slavery (CAPS), La Raza Bookstore, Centro de Artistas Chicanos, Friends of the River, Rodolfo "Rudy" Cuellar; places made include Sacramento (CA, USA); references or specifically about the Californian Mexican-American Bowling Association, Sundance, 1st Annual Raza Youth Conference Educational and Cultural Awareness Day, Mothers' Day, Día de los Muertos, Stanislaus River, Just Another Poster? Chicano Graphic Arts In California exhibition (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Drawer C-17, Folder 5

Artist Groups: Think Again 1998-2002, bulk 1998-1999

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include immigration, immigrant labor, farm workers, Southern California, janitors, domestic workers, deportation, white blight/flight, corporatism, Starbucks, homelessness, Mexican immigrants, affirmative action, gentrification, U.S. economy, Chinese immigrants, classism, racism, Gap Inc., income inequality, welfare, children, poverty, capital accumulation, feminism, sexuality, sex, empowerment, masculinity, gender identity, gender stereotypes, terrorism, anti-war, U.S. military, international aid, humanitarian aid, U.S. intervention, U.S. media, television, cultural distraction, media conglomeration, women, Muslim women, Islam, racism, police abuse, oil, Israel, refugees, Iraq War, Gulf War, Iran, Pakistan, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); referenced individuals include Barbara Kruger
Drawer C-17, Folder 6

Artist Groups: Women's Action Coalition (WAC) 1992-1995; one 2009 reproduction of a 1990s original

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, labor, ageism, rape, police brutality, prisons, education, women of color, African American women, HIV/AIDS, equal pay, domestic violence, criminal justice system, sexism, housing, homelessness, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), film industry, gender roles in media, teen pregnancy, parental consent laws, Minnesota, poverty, Paramount Pictures; referenced individuals include O.J. Simpson, Stan Jaffe, Sherry Lansing, Naomi Wolf; makers include People's Rights Fund, National People's Campaign; references or specifically about The Beauty Myth
Drawer C-17, Folder 7

Artist Groups: Group Graphics 1970

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Vietnam War, U.S. intervention in Southeast Asia, peace, anti-war, Asian Americans, African Americans, "legal lynching"; referenced individuals include Soledad Brothers (George Jackson, Fleeta Drumgoole [Fleet Drumgo], John Clutchette); produced by or supporting Soledad Brothers Defense Fund, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); makers include Philip Swartz
Drawer C-17, Folder 8

Artists: Malaquías Montoya - Calendars 1972-1997

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

makers include La Peña Cultural Center, La Raza Graphic Center, Instituto de Lengua y Cultura; related topics include women, children, women in prisons, agriculture, apartheid, South Africa, racism, Chicano/Latino, prisons, benefit concerts, Chile, Chilean dictatorship, agricultural labor, land rights, revolution, anarchism, diplomacy; places made include Berkeley (California, USA); languages include Spanish, English; referenced individuals include Abraham Lincoln
Drawer C-17, Folder 9

Artists: Malaquías Montoya 1983-2008

Physical Description: 25

Scope and Content Note

related topics include immigration, ecology, border crossing, labor, poetry, racism, land rights, immigrant life in the U.S., undocumented individuals, the American Dream, Día del Barrio, peace, political prisoners, prisons, education, scholarships, pesticides, labor rights, Chicano writers, drugs, Puerto Rico, diaspora, health, mental health, youth, U.S.-Mexico border, art exhibitions, European diseases, colonialism; makers include Arriba Magazine, Hermandad Mexicana Nacional, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, California Department for Mental Health, Tomás Rivera Center; referenced individuals include Roque Dalton, Frank Bonilla, Christopher Columbus, Ronald Reagan, Nina Serrano, Tomás Rivera, Eduardo Galeano, Américo Paredes; places made include Oakland (California, USA); references or specifically about Conference on Immigration & Refugee Advocacy
Drawer C-17, Folder 10

Artists: Carlos Callejo 1977-1982; 2000-2007

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Zoot suits, gangsters, Chicano/Latino, September 11 (2001), oil, education, children, academic conferences, teachers, literacy, bilingual education, mural art, Chicano/Latino arts and culture, community building, housing, immigration, Chicano Moratorium, Bakke Decision, affirmative action, Native Americans, politicians and campaigns, police, Ku Klux Klan (KKK), United League of Mississippi; referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Howard Jarvis, Paul Gann, Sitting Bull, Mario Obledo, Cesar Chavez, Edward Kennedy; makers include New Mexico Association for Bilingual Education, Bilingual/Multicultural Education Conference, El Paso Community Foundation JUNTOS Art Association, San Francisco Mime Troupe, Anti-Bakke Decision Coalition, Crown Gibraltar Graphics Center; places made include El Paso (Texas, USA), Albuquerque (New Mexico, USA), Los Angeles (California, USA)
Drawer C-17, Folder 11

Artists: Carlos Callejo - Sketches and Transperancies bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 40

Note

includes textiles, sketches, transperancies, and laminated items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Native Americans, East Los Angeles, demonstrations, political prisoners, Los Tres del Barrio, drugs, Los Angeles, street art, affirmative action, deportations, poverty, unemployment, gangs, sexuality, teen pregnancy, anti-war, about Carlos Callejo, Christianity, the American Southwest, communism, China, land rights, art workshops, high school student groups, student movements, student conferences, women, drawings, Native Americans, textile weaving, teenage education, Regents of the University of California v. Bakke decision, Jarvis-Gann (California Proposition 13), Mexican Revolution, tokenism, Cuban Revolution, Cuban solidarity, Chicano theater, Frente de Liberación Chicana, Vietnam War, tramps, youth; makers include Anti-Bakke Coalition, protests, student movements, Chicano Studies, LA Fe Clinic, COSSMHO, Teens Educating Teens (TET), National Raza Law, National Chicano Moratorium Committee, All Alone; referenced individuals include Pancho Villa (Francisco Villa), Emiliano Zapata, Angi, Deborah Krall, Ulysis Ramirez, Charlie Chaplin, Fidel Castro, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Mao Tse-Tung (Mao Zedong), Augusto Sandino, Adelitas; references or specifically about Chicano Moratorium, International Women's Day, Little Red Book, Chicano Liberation Front, Southern California Library, M.E.Ch.A.[MEChA]
Drawer C-17, Folder 12

Artists: Carlos Callejo - Produced in Los Angeles bulk 1970s; 2006

Physical Description: 50

Note

includes laminated items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include East Los Angeles, immigration, farm workers, Texas, deportations, housing, evictions, strikes, hotels, communism, Mexican arts and culture, Latino / Chicano, community building, health care, diversity in the health care profession, health care inequality, Los Angeles unions, technology, space exploration, racism, child care, demonstrations, benefit events, strikes, boycotts, U.S.-Mexico border, border patrol, poverty, socialism, draft resistance, police brutality, bilingual education, drugs, land rights, Simpson-Rodino Act (Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) of 1986), Eilberg Act, Ku Klux Klan, Mississippi, Regents of the University of California v. Bakke decision, Jarvis-Gann Amendment (California Proposition 13, 1978), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Air America, United League of Mississippi, labor, concert benefits, welfare, Latino voting, Latino politicians, Social Security, government spending, Coors beer, El Salvador, Vietnam War, U.S. intervention, anti-war, Native Americans, Venice (California, USA), Olvera Street, M.E.Ch.A., (MEChA) Chicano Studies, student conferences, youth, poverty, gentrification, gang warfare; makers include Méchicano Art Center, San Francisco Mime Troupe, United Chicano Artistas, Coalition Against Police Abuse, National Committee to Free Los Tres, Armando Cepeda; referenced individuals include Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Rubén Salazar, Mao Tse-Tung (Mao Zedong), Carlos Montes, Emiliano Zapata, Daniel Ellsberg, Corky Gonzales, Rudy Quiñones, Bert Corona, Vicky Mercado, Raúl Ruiz; references or specifically about Chicano Liberation Front, International Women's Day, Little Red Book, Olympic Games, Chicano Moratorium, Los Tres del Barrio, United Farm Workers (UFW)
Drawer C-17, Folder 13

Artist Groups: Women's Graphics Collective 1970-1981; bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 28

Note

includes reproductions of Cuban posters

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, derogatory terms, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), gender roles, Chile, ecology, independence, sisterhood, feminism, women's liberation movement, labor, gender identity, benefit events; referenced individuals include Akiko Yosano, José Gómez Fresquet (Fremez), Mary Wollstonecraft, Salvador Allende, Mary Shelly, Virginia Woolf, Bertolt Brecht; references or specifically about Bread and Roses Theatre (Bread & Roses); makers include Chicago Citizens to Save Lives in Chile
Drawer C-17, Folder 14

Artists: Carlos Callejo - Oversize 1970s

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Air American Airlines, Brook Club, Mafia, Banks, heroin, political prisoners, Los Tres political prisoners, U.S. intervention, Vietnam War; referenced individuals include Chiang Kai Chek; references or specifically about Uncle Sam
Drawer C-17, Folder 15

Artist Groups: Self Help Graphics and Art 1977-2008; bulk 2000s

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include racism, Chicano/Latino, Mexican Americans, literacy, reading, prisons, prison libraries, terrorism, agricultural labor, immigration, poetry, Native Americans; referenced individuals include Emiliano Zapata, Malcolm X, Sam Coronado, Samuel A. Baray, Alfredo Arreguín, John Trudell; makers include Dan Brown, Rubén Esparza; references or specifically about Día de los Muertos
Drawer C-17, Folder 16

Artist Groups: Women's Graphic Collective 1971-1979

Physical Description: 49

Note

includes Women's Graphic Collectives from Boston and Chicago

Scope and Content Note

related topics include consent, Chicago, African Americans, revolution, music, rock, concerts, performing arts, domestic violence, ecology, reproductive rights, abortion laws, strikes, General Motors, Amazons, strikes, arts and crafts, children, child care, equal pay, labor, health care, Vietnam War, theology, religion, imperialism, capitalism, chauvinism, sisterhood, U.S. flag, political films, lesbians, women, women’s liberation movement, feminism, women's history, medicine, women's health, Chicago Maternity Center, preferred gender pronouns, athletics; referenced individuals include Bertolt Brecht, Jose Gómez Fresquet (Fremez), Malvina Reynolds, Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley; referenced individuals include Abraham Joshua Heschel, Gertrude Stein, Akiko Yosano; makers include Chicago Women's Liberation Union Herstory Project; places made include Chicago (IL, USA), Boston (MA, USA); references or specifically Bread and Roses Theatre, International Women's Solidarity, Take Back the Night
Drawer C-18, Folder 1

Artist Groups: San Francisco Poster Brigade 1977-1985; bulk 1980

Physical Description: 46

Scope and Content Note

makers include Inkworks Press, La Peña Cultural Center, the Mental Patients Liberation Movement, Sterilization Abuse and Informed Consent Rights Project, Anti-WW3 Internationalist Art; related topics include Zimbabwe, international aid, refugees, art exhibitions, boycotts, genocide, Nestle boycott, women, children, mental health, prisoners, psychiatric inmates, prison industrial complex, drugs, FBI harassment, Native Americans, Oglala Sioux Native Americans, forced sterilization, reproductive rights, women's rights, International Hotel, housing rights, tenant rights, low income housing, evictions, demonstrations, U.S. imperialism, Cold War, U.S.S. Coral Sea, Vietnam War, terrorism, traveling art exhibitions, anti-war, Internationalist Art, political prisoners; places made include Oakland (California, USA); referenced individuals include Vladimir Lenin, Paul Robeson, Felix Ayson, Alexander Haig, Richard Mohawk, Paul Skyhorse; references or specifically about American Medical Association (AMA), Chinese Cultural Center, May Day, American Indian Movement (AIM)
Drawer C-18, Folder 2

Artist Groups: San Francisco Poster Brigade/ Wilfred Owen Brigade 1975-1988

Physical Description: 51

Scope and Content Note

makers include Anti-WW3 Internationalist Art, Inkworks Press, Bruno Caruso, Iran Day Committee, Rachael Romero, La Peña; related topics include housing, International Hotel, Internationalist Art, art exhibitions, refugees, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, international aid, apartheid, boycotts, Del Monte boycott, Namibia, South Africa, Chile, Chilean dictatorship, torture, South Africa boycott, fascism, Chilean political prisoners, Chile, Iran, University of California at Berkeley, U.S. intervention in Iran, Kurdistan, imperialism, Nestle boycott, women, children, human rights, military dictatorships, nuclear missiles, sterilization, women's rights, reproductive rights, Russian Revolution, political theater, El Salvador; places made include San Francisco (California, USA); referenced individuals include Pablo Neruda, Francisco Franco, Francisco Goya, Bob Marley, Bertolt Brecht; references or specifically about Freedom Fighters of Southern Africa, May Day, American Bald Eagle
Drawer C-18, Folder 3

Artist Groups: Black Cat - Oversize 1988-1990

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include genocide, labor, indigenous communities, African Americans, patriotism, strikes, December 12 Movement, anti-war, El Salvador, U.S. intervention, demonstrations, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), civil disobedience; makers include Harriet Tubman - Fannie Lou Hamer Collective, Centro Juan Antonio Corretjer; referenced individuals include Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Malcolm X, Robert Taylor, Abdul Haqq, Majeed Barnes; produced by or supporting Freedom Fighters for the Black Nations; New York (New York, USA)
Drawer C-18, Folder 4

Artist Groups: Black Cat 1983-1991

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

makers include Centro Juan Antonio Corretjer, Puerto Rican Socialist Party (PSP), Puerto Rican Committee Against Repression; related topics include police brutality, police shootings, indigenous peoples, Bahamas, Cuba, FBI, children, Puerto Rican political prisoners, rallies and demonstrations in Washington D.C., U.S. intervention in Central America, Panama, Honduras, anti-voting, colonialism, refugees, El Salvador, poverty, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), cultural events, United Nations, anti-war, demilitarization, racism, prisoners of war, IBM, Coca-Cola, corporations, neo-colonialism, Grenada, methadone, Vietnam War, chemical warfare, drugs, Medicaid, Nicaragua, Contra aid, literacy, women, peace, film festivals, right to bail, benefit concerts, monogamy, lesbians, heteronormativity, sexuality, Jíbaros, Southern Africa; referenced individuals include Oscar Romero, Roberto D'Aubisson, Ronald Reagan, Adolf Hitler, Augusto Sandino; references or specifically about Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional (FALN), Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), New York Police Department (NYPD)
Drawer C-18, Folder 5

Artists: Peter Kuper 1991-2008

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

related topics include September 11 (2001), New York, Gulf War, ecology, anti-nuclear, INX, censorship, freedom of the press, police brutality, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), separation of church and state, religion, strikes, riots, gun violence, public transportation, industry, labor, art exhibitions, homelessness, voting, anti-war; makers include World War 3 (comic-series collective), Ragged Edge Press, Scott Cunningham, Firehouse Kustom Rockart; referenced individuals include Sue Coe, Seth Tobocman, Spain Rodriguez, René Magritte, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush; places made include New York (New York, USA)
Drawer C-18, Folder 6

Artist Groups: Red Pepper - Oversize 1976-1985

Physical Description: 78

Scope and Content Note

related topics include China, People's Commune of China, Shen Wu Lien (movement), French Revolution, genital mutilation, pan-Africa, women, reproductive rights, pro-choice, housing, anti-war, capitalism, imperialism, prisoners, shoplifting, corporatism, consumerism, lethal injection, capital punishment, inmates, death penalty, land rights, cancer, industrial revolution, pollution, asbestos, pesticides, health, gender roles, agricultural labor, anti-nuclear, nuclear energy, ecology, Vietnam War, Chicago women's labor history, Chicago strike (1915), unions, witches, domestic abuse, demonstrations, feminism, Soviet Union, Russian Revolution, Nicaragua, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), motherhood, children, Women's Trade Union League of Illinois, labor; referenced individuals include Emma Goldman, Alexandra Kollontai, Otto von Bismarck, Virginia Woolf, Lucy Parsons, Carolyn Ashbaugh, Emiliano Zapata; places made include San Francisco (California, USA); makers include Blue Collars and Hard Hats; references or specifically about U.S. flag
Drawer C-18, Folder 7

Artist Groups: Women's Guerilla History Project 2001

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include violence against transgendered people, hate crimes, feminism, Black Civil Rights Movement, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), Bhopal (India), ecology, health, hermaphrodites, intersex, India, sex, Mayan women, indigenous women, indigenous education, body image, gender roles and stereotypes, social constructions of beauty, Women's Liberation Movement, Second Wave Feminists, Texas, Palestine, female Black Panthers, African Americans, liberation theology, China, Manchurian government; referenced individuals include Patricia McCormick, Bertha von Hillern, Tzao Gan, Casey Hayden, Mary King, Dorothy Dawson, Cathy Cade, Ella Baker, Claude Cahun, Arundhati Roy, Susie Bright, Elaine Brown, Phyllis Jackson, Norma Armour, Ericka Huggins, Fadwa Tuqan, Atsuko Nishimura, Chiang Wei-Chih (Ding Ling), Flossie Wong-Staal, Cheryl Haworth, Emmy Noether, Charlotte Corday, Doña Leo; references or specifically about Women of Inspiration (group), YWCA, Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
Drawer C-18, Folder 8

Artist Groups: San Francisco Print Collective - Oversize 2000-2004

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

makers include Mission Anti-Displacement Coalition (MAC), National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Coalition on Homelessness; related topics include San Francisco (California, USA), Martin Luther King, Jr., patriotism, women, children, Nazism, police, animal rights, immigrant labor, capitalism, police dogs, immigration, U.S.-Mexico border, homelessness, poverty, wealth, Iraq War, oil, classism, housing laws, homeless revolution, cost of living, Vietnam War, Vietnam veterans, city government; referenced individuals include Joe O'Donohue, Willie Brown, Big Al Thompson, Willie L. Brown, Jr., Condoleezza Rice, George W. Bush
Drawer C-18, Folder 9

Artists: Johanna Vogelsang 1971-1984; bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 43

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Vietnam War, anti-war, demonstrations, marches in Washington, D.C., global inequality, community-building, nonprofit work, feminism, National Liberation Front (NLF), Judaism, women, poverty, Latin America, Caribbean, Central America, Micro-Entrepreneurship, anti-nuclear, nuclear energy, Harrisburg (PA), Hiroshima, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS); referenced individuals include Richard Nixon, Karen DeCrow, Gwen Moore, Kate Millet, Hermann Goering, Carl Oglesby, Florence Kennedy, Shirley Chisholm; makers include People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, Washington Council of Agencies, May 6th Coalition; place made includes Washington, D.C. (USA)
Drawer C-18, Folder 10

Artist Groups: Guerrilla Girls 1985-2009

Physical Description: 70

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Civil Rights Movement, Saudi Arabia, Gulf War, female soldiers, feminism, sexism in art industry, women of color, Broad Contemporary Art Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), news, mass media, militarism, public education, education funding, anti-war, New York Times, women, Venice (Italy), homeland security, terrorism, Feminist Biennale, women in film and media, Oscars, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, diversity in the arts, art galleries, racism in the arts, homelessness, rape, academia, art exhibitions, New York City, Republicans, immigration, pro-choice, social welfare, minimum wage, affirmative action, gay marriage, 1996 election, Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), domestic violence, art critics, Whitney Museum, African American women, Civil Rights Restoration Act of 1988, art publications, Montgomery bus boycotts, health care, HIV/AIDS, reproductive rights, alternative energy; referenced individuals include Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Confucius, Pablo Picasso, Rush Limbaugh, Napoleon Bonaparte, Frank Sinatra, Eminem, Pat Robertson, Pythagoras of Samos, Bob Herbert, Roch Coté, St. Thomas Aquinas, Eli Broad, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush, Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Cheney (Dick Cheney), Arnold Schwarzenegger, O. J. Simpson, John Russell, Andy Warhol, Clarence Thomas; makers include Artist and Homeless Collaborative; references or specifically about Uncle Sam
Drawer C-18, Folder 11

Artists: Frank Kozik - Oversize 2007-2008

Physical Description: 15

Note

includes the "Future is Stupid" series

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Andy Warhol, Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-Tung), Vlamidir Lenin, Karl Marx, Ho Chi Minh, Fidel Castro; related topics include Vietnam War, anarchism, capitalism, communism, China, July 26th, Cuba, anti-war, Sudsy Malone's Rock 'n Roll Laundry & Bar, Das Kapital, Russian Revolution, October Revolution; references or specifically about , Mickey Mouse
Drawer C-18, Folder 12

Artists: Francisco J. Dominguez 1991-2008

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include El Salvador, Mexico, 2006 Atenco demonstrations, Central America, Iraq War, ANSWER Coalition, anti-war demonstrations, U.S. intervention, imperialism, Native Americans, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Yucatan Peninsula, Oaxaca, immigration, U.S.-Mexico border, women, Mexican women, hunger strikes, anti-immigration laws, San Francisco, Bay Area, Guantanamo, torture, political prisoners, terrorism, Abu Ghraib, farm workers, migrant labor, human rights; makers include Art of Democracy, Jesus Barraza, Taller Tupac Amaru; referenced individuals include Art Hazelwood, Juan Fuentes, Malaquías Montoya, Mark Vallen, Doug Minkler, Martin Luther King, George H. W. Bush, Arnold Schwarzenegger
Drawer C-18, Folder 13

Artists: Bony Toruño 1996-1999; circa 2007

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Adolf Hitler; related topics include Iraq War, anti-war, ethnic cleansing, Native Americans, racism, genocide, corporatism, capitalism, communism, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), International Monetary Fund (IMF), IRS, literacy, Soviet Union (USSR), KGB, anti-nuclear, religion; makers include Two Bros Custom Silkscreen
Drawer C-18, Folder 14

Artist Groups: Ali Rza / ABCNT 2000-2009

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Neda Agha-Soltan, John McCain, Mohammad Mosaddegh, Noam Chomsky; related topics include Iran, anarchism, classism, corporatism; references or specifically about Anarchist Bookfair
Drawer C-19, Folder 1

Artist Groups: Mexica Movement 2006-2008

Physical Description: 94

Scope and Content Note

related topics include indigenous rights, education, deportations, raids, immigration, ethnic identities, indigenous arts and culture, Latin American unity, indigenous pride, genocide, indigenous holocaust, colonialism, torture, Central Americans, Mexicans, white supremacy, biological warfare, slavery, families, Thanksgiving, mass media, Canada, U.S./Mexico border deaths, Nazism, boycotts, racism, corporatism; references or specifically about U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Department of Homeland Security; references or specifically about "Not Hispanic or Latino! (also Not Raza and Not Mestizo)", Nican Tlaca Mexica Civilization, Anahuac Nation, Jesus Christ, Mickey Mouse, Ku Klux Klan Minutemen, Disneyland, Maya people, Diné people, Oaxacan people, Kwkiutl people, Cree people, Carlisle Indian Industrial School, ABC Television and Radio, ESPN, Wild Hogs, Meet the Robinsons, The Border Protection, Anti-terrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005 (HR 4437); makers include Olin Tezcatlipoca, Nelyollotl Toltecatl, Carlos Cordova; referenced individuals include Emiliano Zapata, Siting Bull, Frida Kahlo, Ward Churchill, Christopher Columbus, Allan Mansoor, Richard Pratt, Paul Harvey, Doug McIntyre, Jim Sensenbrenner
Drawer C-19, Folder 2

Artist Groups: Mexica Movement 2006-2010

Physical Description: 45

Scope and Content Note

related topics include colonialism, ethnic identity, Mexico, cultural identity, white supremacy, boycotts, Arizona, racism, CNN, mass media, genocide, indigenous peoples, Catholic church, Riverside County (California), U.S. Department of Homeland Security, police, immigration, marches and demonstrations, U.S.-Mexico border wall, anti-Semitism, Maricopa County (Arizona), Native Americans, Aztec peoples, Mayan peoples, Wells Fargo, domestic terrorism, cultural events, Thanksgiving, Columbus Day, Proposition 187, amnesty, European pilgrims, elections; makers include Carlos Cordova; references or specifically about "We Are Not Hispanic and Not Latino!", swastika, Ku Klux Klan (KKK), Jesus Christ, Holocaust (of indigenous people of the "Americas"), "Black and Brown Unity", Border Angels, European Holocaust, Crow peoples, Purhepecha, Omaha, Zapotec, Cree, "American Dream", Anahuac Studies Club, East Los Angeles College (ELAC), Armenian Genocide, Colectivo Tonantzin, Nican Tlaca, "Anchor Babies", "illegal aliens", maps, "Indian Schools", Carlisle Indian Industrial School, Hampton Normal & Agricultural Institute, Minutemen Project; referenced individuals include Emiliano Zapata, Lou Dobbs, Pope Benedict XVI, Malcolm X, Joe Arpaio, Enrique Morones, Christopher Columbus, Heinrich Himmler, Evo Morales, Fermin Herrera, Olin Tezcatlipoca, Sybil Venegas, Nelyollotl Toltecatl, Joseph Goebbels, Karen Marie, Pete Wilson, Red Cloud, Geronimo, Sitting Bull, Hugo Chavez, Richard Pratt, Ward Churchill, Booker T. Washington, Jim Gilchrist, David Duke, Scot Celtic Knot (Scott Keltic Knot), Gabby Trujillo; languages include Spanish, English, Anahuac, Nahuatl; places made include USA
Drawer C-19, Folder 3

Artist Groups: Mexica Movement: Demonstration Posters 2006

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Border Protection, Anti-terrorism and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005 (HR 4437), marches and demonstrations; makers include Hermandad Mexicana Nacional, A & F Transport, Confederación de Federaciones Mexicanas Nacional; references or specifically about Adriana’s Insurance Services, Evolution Media; referenced individuals include Jim Sensenbrenner, Peter King; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer C-19, Folder 4

Artist Groups: Mexica Movement 2005

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include colonialism, Nazism, economics, genocide, education, indigenous arts, indigenous languages, timelines, cultural identity, Aztecs, Mexico; makers include Carlos Cordova; references or specifically about maps, Los Angeles Times, European Holocaust, "We Are Not Hispanic and Not Latino!", Anahuac Nation; referenced individuals include Christopher Columbus, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ward Churchill, Emiliano Zapata; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer C-19, Folder 5

Artists: Malaquías Montoya 1986

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

related topics include cultural events, Chicano/Latino; references or specifically about Consejo Nacional de Recursos para la Atención de la Juventud (CREA)
Drawer C-19, Folder 6

Artists: Sandy K. (Alexander Kaltenborn) 1995-2007

Physical Description: 93

Note

includes work from Zusammen Gestalten (design collective) and Image Shift (studio)

Scope and Content Note

related topics include mass media, May Day, cultural events, graphic design, creative collaboration, housing, architecture, development, political prisoners, government and politics, marches and demonstrations, immigration, refugees, dual passports, identification papers, undocumented persons, neo-Nazis, racism, anti-Semitism, integration, fascism, documentary films, benefit events, migrant communities, anti-war, poverty, wealth inequality, migration, audiovisual arts, public notices, labor, sexism, gender roles; makers include Jacqueline Kraft, Netzwerk, C. Paula, Zusammen Gestalten, Image Shift, Kanak Attack, Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (NGBK), Rote Flora, Till Egal, Peter Bisping, Marily Stroux; references or specifically about Ak Kraak (video magazine), "kein mensch ist illegal", WildPlakatieren; referenced individuals include Martin Kaltwasser, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Juli Oelkers, Lars Maibaum, Friedrich Nietzsche; languages include German, Turkish, French, English, Spanish, Russian, Polish
Drawer C-19, Folder 7

Artists: Banksy 2003-2004

Physical Description: 4

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, corporatism, circus themes, anti-nuclear, police, weapons
Drawer C-29, Folder 1

Artists: Ricardo Levins Morales - African Americans 1986-2002

Physical Description: 31

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Troy Davis, Pablo Neruda, Paul Robeson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Huddie "Lead Belly" Ledbetter, James Baldwin, Angela Davis, Marvin Gaye, Fred Hampton; related topics include Georgia (U.S. state), prisons, capital punishment, slavery, slave rebellions, the Middle Passage; makers include Bob Fitch, Northland Poster Collective, Ron Riesterer
Drawer C-29, Folder 2

Artists: Ricardo Levins Morales - Health and Ecology 2005-2009

Physical Description: 36

Scope and Content Note

related topics include global warming, climate change, toxic substances, public health, the precautionary principle, water, privatization, global economics, green movement, land rights, natural energy; references or specifically about Climate Crisis Coalition of the Twin Cities; makers include Northland Poster Collective
Drawer C-29, Folder 3

Artists: Ricardo Levins Morales - Individual Musicians / Benefit Concerts 1979-2002

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Chile, folk music, Muslim America, Arab-Americans, Middle East, literary and artistic events, hip hop, African-Americans, police state, Día de los Muertos, women of color, book fairs, artists of color, Mexico, Zapatistas, Chicanos, community building, bilingualism, immigration, refugees, poetry, Nueva Canción, Latin American music; makers include Northland Poster Collective, Guthrie Children's Fund, La Raza Student Cultural Center; referenced individuals include Violeta Parra, Woody Guthrie, Malvina Reynolds, George W. Bush, Osama Bin Laden, Gwendolyn Brooks, June Jordan, Dennis Valdez; references or specifically about Mizna, Guerrilla Wordfair; places made include Minnesota (USA)
Drawer C-29, Folder 4

Artists: Ricardo Levins Morales - Women 1971-2002

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor, motherhood, minorities, women of color, feminism, sisterhood, solidarity, anti-war; makers include Northland Poster Collective; referenced individuals include Rose Schneiderman, Olive Schreiner, Meridel Le Sueur; places made include Minnesota (USA)
Drawer C-29, Folder 5

Artists: Ricardo Levins Morales - Labor 1988-2008

Physical Description: 65

Scope and Content Note

makers include Northland Poster Collective; places made include Minnesota (USA); related topics include unions, labor contracts, police abuse, Haymarket Riot, New Deal, Great Depression, Works Progress Administration (WPA), United Association for Labor Education (UALE), privatization, capitalism, scabs, labor solidarity, labor history, racism, empowerment, occupational safety, employee-management relationships, job protection, labor hierarchy, downsizing, health care, union busting, union wages, community building, layoffs, deregulation; referenced individuals include Mary Harris Jones (Mother Jones); languages include English, German
Drawer C-29, Folder 6

Artists: Ricardo Levins Morales - Labor 1988-2006

Physical Description: 57

Scope and Content Note

related topics include aboriginal activism, textile workers, Caribbean garment assembly workers, grassroots, globalization, global labor solidarity, stock market, corporatism, capitalism, unions, union solidarity, boycotts, labor history, Ireland, management-employee relationships, fair trade, ecology, workers cabaret, benefit events, corporatism, Labor Day, WalMart, grassroots organizing, equal pay, strikes, London Strike of 1768, Bridgestone Firestone Strike, Workers' Bill of Rights; referenced individuals include Emma Goldman, Dan Ashcroft, Edvard Munch; places made include Minnesota (USA); makers include Northland Poster Collective, Micah Wright, United Steelworkers of America, Workers' Organizing Committee (WOC); references or specifically about Minnesota Fair Trade Coalition, Minnesota ACORN
Drawer C-29, Folder 7

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Asian American 1990-1994

Physical Description: 35

Note

includes series sponsored by Metropolitan Regional Arts Council (MRAC)

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Japanese Americans, World War II, Japanese internment camps, Buddhism, Hmong art and culture, racism, Chinese art, Hmong New Year celebration, origami, labor, Chinese Americans, Chinatowns, San Francisco (California), Asian communities in the U.S., Chinese Railroad Workers, labor; makers include Metropolitan Regional Arts Council (MRAC), Jian Ni, Tou Vang, Steven J. Lu, Chieko Sakamoto, Corky Lee, Ange Hwang, Francis Liu, Yi Kai; referenced individuals include Vincent Chin
Drawer C-29, Folder 8

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Latin America 1979; 2001

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Mexico, Congreso Nacional Indigena, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), Zapatistas, indigenous rights, indigenous culture, Chiapas, women, feminism, Tlatelolco, Chile, September 11, 1973, community building, Aguas Calientes, conferences; makers include Beatriz Aurora, Araceli Herrera, Frente Del Norte; referenced individuals include Comandante Ramona, Simón Bolívar
Drawer C-29, Folder 9

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Various Topics 1978-2001

Physical Description: 57

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, violence against women, Africa, South African's Women's Day Anti-Pass Campaign, children, working mothers, labor, political surveillance, Bill of Rights, Homeland Security, FBI, Judaism, labor, housing, tenants' unions, Métis-Indian Resistance Movement, benefit events, French Revolution, racism, peace, anti-war, patriotism, censorship, Patriot Act, Quincentennial, colonialism, civil liberties, religion, Native Americans, Lakota Nations, political prisoners, U.S.-Mexico border, immigration, anti-Semitism, Spanish Inquisition; makers include Mary Sutton, Janna Schneider, Cynthia Weiss, Miriam Socoloff, Jewish Labor Committee, Janice Perry, Micah Wright, Gary Brandenburg, Malchansouk; referenced individuals include Arundhati Roy, Louis Riel, Rigoberta Menchú, Pablo Fiasco, Christopher Columbus, Bartolome de Las Casas, Norman Rockwell, Michelle Richards, Anna Mae Aquash, Woodie Guthrie, Si Kahn, Isabella I of Castile, Ferdinand II of Aragon; languages include English, French
Drawer C-29, Folder 10

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Ecology 1982-2006

Physical Description: 25

Scope and Content Note

related topics include sustainable communities, environmental protection, locally grown food, recycling, anti-nuclear, nuclear energy, Westinghouse Nuclear Facility, Kerr-McGee Corporation's Nuclear Plutonium Plant, Oil Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union, Philippines, torture, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), farming, Medco, health, harmful chemicals, toxins, environmental justice; referenced individuals include Ralph Waldo Emerson, Karen Silkwood, Ernesto Nazareno; makers include Conners, Ricardo Levins Morales
Drawer C-29, Folder 11

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Peace / Anti-War 1978-1993

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include war weapons, masculinity, ENRON, military industrial complex, draft, military recruitment, education, government surveillance; makers include Ricardo Levins Morales, Carla Stetson, Micah Wright, Janice Lee Perry
Drawer C-29, Folder 12

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Pan Africa / African American / African Caribbean 1982-2001

Physical Description: 49

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa, Miriam Makeba, Langston Hughes, Billie Holiday, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Martin Luther King, Jr., W.E.B. Du Bois, Si Kahn, T.G. Reddy, Joe Hill, Marcus Garvey, Madam C. J. Walker, A. Philip Randolph, Sojourner Truth, Malcolm X; related topics include Ogoni nine, Shell, African military dictatorships, racism, slavery, Boston, feminism, African American women, Amandla, Southern Africa, South Africa, anti-nuclear, activism; makers include Ricardo Levins Morales, Calvin Carter, Robert S. Allen, NAACP
Drawer C-29, Folder 13

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Labor 1978-2006

Physical Description: 120

Scope and Content Note

related topics include May Day, child labor, unions, strikes, Watsonville Cannery, picket lines, teamster strike 1934, Minneapolis (MN), Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), Haymarket Strike, women's rights, labor organizing, Workers' May Pole, land rights, Japan, Sanrizuka, farm workers, agricultural labor, Narita International Airport, children, strikes, Arefa (Sarah) Sabia. Wells Fargo, Watsonville, Teamsters Union, Mexico, Mexican-Americans, racism, United Farm Workers (UFW), migrant farm workers, energy, capitalism, corporatism, International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU), worker exploitation, Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), occupational safety, ergonomics, workers benefits, worker solidarity, labor history and culture, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO); referenced individuals include Walter Crane, Mary Harris Jones (Mother Jones), Maria Juarez, Rosalinda Flores, Fred Wright, Joe Hill, Eugene V. Debs, Lucy Parsons, Sayama Tadashi, Guillermena Rorcon, Harry Bridges, Cesar Chavez, A. Philip Randolf, Samuel Gompers, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Tommy Douglas, John Llewellyn Lewis, Si Kahn, Thomas Jefferson; makers include Andrea Kantrowitz, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), Dina Redman, Farm Labor Organizing Committee, Ken Meter, Lisa Kokin, Ricardo Levins Morales, Ken Light; places made include Minnesota (USA)
Drawer C-29, Folder 14

Artist Groups: Northland Graphics Collective - Middle East 2003-2006

Physical Description: 18

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, Gaza, Lebanon, women, children, Israel, Palestine, Iraq; makers include Ricardo Levins Morales, Mediumwave, Feyglech for a Free Palestine, Muslim Peace Makers; produced by or supporting the Palestine Solidarity Campaign; references or specifically about Guernica, Pablo Picasso
Drawer C-30, Folder 1

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Various Topics 2000-2009

Physical Description: 71

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Betsy Raasch-Gilman, Studs Kerkel, Edward Dowling, Martin Luther King, Jr., Abraham Lincoln; related topics include globalization, labor, anti-war, fair trade, alternative media, immigration, U.S. immigration policy, U.S.-Mexico border, corporatism, coffee, poverty, democracy, classism, racism, slavery, neo-colonialism; makers include Ricardo Levins Morales; places made include Minnesota (USA)
Drawer C-30, Folder 2

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Children / Education 1998-2007

Physical Description: 39

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-nuclear, addiction, drugs, alcoholism, parenting, anti-war, multi-culturalism, heritage, prisons, history, Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC), Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), universities, faculty, labor, standardized testing; makers include Sarah Shannon, Maria Strom, Christine Wong, Ricardo Levins Morales, Mattie Weiss; referenced individuals include Peter Rachleff, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Albert Einstein
Drawer C-30, Folder 3

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Immigration 2007

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S.-Mexico border, religion, undocumented persons; makers include Gato Clandestino, Ricardo Levins Morales; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty
Drawer C-30, Folder 4

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) 2004-2008

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include lesbians, labor, pride, sex, family, marriage, homophobia, heteronormativity, politicians, health care, child care; referenced individuals include Ernest Gaines; makers include Ricardo Levins Morales, Qamar Saadiq-Sauod
Drawer C-30, Folder 5

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Oversize 2000

Physical Description: 5

Scope and Content Note

makers include Ricardo Levins Morales, Janna Schneider; related topics include history, social movements
Drawer C-30, Folder 6

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Human Rights 1983-2010

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Margaret Mead, Hannah Senesh, Andrew Wyeth (Christina's World), Dom Helder Camara, Si Kahn, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Roque Dalton; makers include Ricardo Levins Morales; related topics include anti-nuclear, anti-militarization, anti-war, peace, community building, solidarity, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), poverty, communism; references or specifically about fine arts
Drawer C-30, Folder 7

Artists: Ricardo Levins Morales - Various Topics 1992-2007

Physical Description: 43

Scope and Content Note

related topics include militarization, anti-war, draft, military recruitment, capitalism, children, wealth, prisons, non-violent offenders, education, libraries, Patriot Act, privacy, government surveillance, New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, community building, racism, U.S. southern states, African Americans, Quincentennial, Spanish Inquisition, Christianity, religion, anti-Semitism, Holocaust, boycotts, labor history, Irish League, Wisconsin, Teacher Union Strike; makers include Northland Poster Collective; referenced individuals include Margaret Wise Brown, Anne Frank, Isabella I of Castile, Ferdinand II of Aragon, Kahlil Gibran, Margaret Mead; references Aboriginal Australians
Drawer C-30, Folder 8

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Labor 2005

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include fair wages, labor safety, job security, labor equality, Taco Bell strike, 8 hour work day, religion, union advocacy, labor organizing, International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), human Rights, United Associated for Labor Education (UALE); makers include Interfaith Worker Justice, Ricardo Levins Morales, Janna Schneider, Miami Workers' Center; referenced individuals include Harry Bridges; references or specifically about Coalition of Immokalee Workers; languages include English, Spanish
Drawer C-30, Folder 9

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Labor 1994-2007

Physical Description: 85

Scope and Content Note

related topics include unions, occupational safety, globalization, capitalism, labor solidarity, children, United Association for Labor Education (UALE), racism, Cold War ideology, China, scabs, downsizing, social security, stock market, privatization of government services, retirement, nurses, health care industry, management-employee relationships, postal workers, telecommunications workers, education, prisons; referenced individuals include John Handcox, Samuel Gompers, Frederick Douglass; makers include Jimmy Kelly, Ricardo Levins Morales
Drawer C-30, Folder 10

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Women 1980-1998

Physical Description: 62

Scope and Content Note

related topics include literacy, education, Soviet Union, women, birth, lesbians, arts and culture, violence against women, immigrant women workers, labor, International Ladies Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), suffrage movement, International Women's Day, South Africa, Apartheid, oceans, ecology, prostitution; referenced individuals include Augustine of Hippo, Rachel Carson, Molly Ivins, Aurora Levins Morales, Jackie Shearer, Susan Shapiro, Myra Sadker, Esther Rome, Jeanmarie Marshall, Maria Luisa Alvarez, Agnes Barboza, Rachel Carson, Cindy Chin, Valerie Hinderlie, Audre Lorde, Thelma Vanderhoop Weissberg; makers include Yelizaveta Kruglikova, Ferron, Lee Hoover, Lydia Howell, Susan Hirschmugl, Walter R. Williams, Mary Sutton, South African's Women's Day Anti-Pass Campaign, Janna Schneider; references or specifically about Rosie the Riveter; languages include Russian, English
Drawer C-30, Folder 11

Artists: Ricardo Levins Morales - Various Topics 1983-2012

Physical Description: 75

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, environment, military recruitment, draft, water, oceans, agriculture, coffee, labor, tobacco, Puerto Rico, anti-nuclear, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), natural disasters, San Ciriaco hurricane, Spanglish, boricua, children, Gulf Solidarity Pledge, African Americans, Jewish-Palestine solidarity, arts and culture, peace, union organizing, Haiti, earthquake relief, slavery, Black Panther Party, community health, housing, education, Rainbow Coalition, green economy, green jobs, globalization, capitalism, cultural heritage, El Salvador, liberation theology, Oil Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union, racial profiling, Arizona, SB 1070, prison industrial complex, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), grand juries, health care, privatization of health coverage, health insurance, War On Drugs, Voter ID, subvertisements, racism; referenced individuals include Oscar A. Romero, Karen Silkwood, Ernesto Nazareno, William Blake, Molly Ivins, James Baldwin, Mona Lisa, Roque Dalton; references or specifically about Young Lords Association; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer C-30, Folder 12

Artist Groups: Northland Poster Collective - Various Topics 2001-2008

Physical Description: 75

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makers include Ricardo Levins Morales; related topics include Haiti, Haitian Revolution, France, slavery, colonialism, Bolivia, national sovereignty, Africa, HIV/AIDS, health, medicine access, education, Venezuela, China, Tiananmen Square, biotechnology, ecology, biodiversity, corporatism, capitalism, community building, anti-war, Iraq War, religion; referenced individuals include François-Dominique Toussaint L'Ouverture, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Hugo Chavez, Tank Man (Wang Weilin) on Tiananmen Square, Voltaire, Karl Marx; references or specifically about the Buddha
Drawer C-32, Folder 1

Artists: John Pitman Weber - Oversize 1970-2012

Physical Description: 18

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related topics include Vietnam War, women, Cuba, Cuba-Vietnam solidarity, African-Americans, Black Panther Party, July 26th movement, Puerto Rico, U.S.-Mexico border, immigration, children, anti-war, disabled rights, veterans, peace, Afghanistan; referenced individuals include Nguyen Van Troi, Fred Hampton, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara); makers include Ann Northrup, United Front Against Imperialism; references or specifically about American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Drawer C-32, Folder 2

Artists: Ron Cobb 1967-1979

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include African Americans, ghettos, housing, U.S. imperialism, self-determination, Vietnam War, anti-war, children, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), patriotism, counter-culture, drugs, prisons, peace, police, religion, Christianity, draft resistance, police brutality, anti-nuclear, U.S. media, television, protests, foreign aid, Nazism, communism, animal rights, nuclear family, National Research Council (NRC); referenced individuals include Lyndon B. Johnson, Karl Marx; references or specifically about Uncle Sam, Uncle Tom, Jesus Christ
Drawer C-32, Folder 3

Artists: Ron Cobb - Oversize 1969-1975

Physical Description: 3

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Los Angeles, natural disasters, earthquakes, religion; references or specifically about U.S. flag
Drawer C-32, Folder 4

Artists: Alma Lopez 1999-2009

Physical Description: 17

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related topics include University of California at Santa Cruz, political films, film festivals, women of color, lesbians, Mexico, religion, Christianity, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), sexuality, gender, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), ONE Archives, Los Angeles, academic conferences, queer studies, radical, Chicanas, feminists, labor, Manifest Destiny, sweatshops; references or specifically about the Virgin of Guadalupe, Rosie the Riveter
Drawer C-32, Folder 5

Artists: Nicolás de Jesús 1970s-1980s

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, pollution, anti-war, Mexico, borders, U.S.-Mexico border, nationalism, Zapatistas, Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), women, agricultural labor, immigration, corporatism, Coca-Cola, religion, Native Americans, colonialism, missionaries, health care, public health, HIV/AIDS; referenced individuals include Emiliano Zapata; references or specifically about U.S. flag
Drawer C-32, Folder 6

Artists: Beatriz Aurora 1997-2000

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

related topics include peace, women, ecology, Mexico, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), children, indigenous rights, Chiapas, San Cristobal, religion, education, Christianity, community building, agriculture, land rights, anti-war, human rights, peace, public health, arts and culture; languages include Spanish; places made include Mexico
Drawer C-32, Folder 7

Artists: France White 1984-2004; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include religion, Christianity, anti-war, prisons, Camp Peddleton, peace; references or specifically about National Assembly of Religious Women, U.S. flag
Drawer C-32, Folder 8

Artist Groups: Cardiac Arrest 1992

Physical Description: 2

Scope and Content Note

related topics include prisons, colonialism, Native Americans, War on Drugs
Drawer C-32, Folder 9

Artists: Xico González 2003-2012

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

related topics include "The Border Protection, Terrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act of 2005" (HR-4437), U.S. Border Patrol, women, undocumented, labor, Nazism, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, anti-war, racism, corporatism, Native Americans, arts and culture, California, land rights, Sudan, Rwanda, genocide, Burundi, Darfur, Pan Africa, Iraq War, religion, art exhibitions, La Raza Galeria Posada, education, strikes, unions, Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Cinco de Mayo, Chicanos, university events, United Farm Workers (UFW), Arizona, Ku Klux Klan, Yasser Arafat, discrimination, police brutality, unions, Blue Diamond; referenced individuals include Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emiliano Zapata, Enrique Chagoya, Mao Tse-Tung (Mao Zedong), Dolores Huerta, Cesar Chavez, Pancho Villa (Francisco Villa), George W. Bush, Pablo Neruda, Martin Luther King, Jr.; makers include Royal Chicano Air Force (RCAF); references or specifically about Speedy Gonzales, Yosemite Sam, Statue of Liberty, Mickey Mouse, The Terminator
Drawer C-32, Folder 10

Artists: Paul Conrad 1970-1973; 1992

Physical Description: 19

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related topics include FBI, U.S. mass media, Waco siege, Texas, cults, police brutality, religion, identification papers, Rodney King, LAPD (Los Angeles Police Department), African Americans, 1972 presidential election, political prisoners, NYPD, New York, privatization, Vietnam War, Watergate, pro-choice, abortion, reproductive rights, foreign policy, oil, ecology; referenced individuals include James A. Traficant, Jr., Graeme Craddock, George McGovern, Ed Davis, Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew, Ronald Reagan, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Angela Davis, George Washington, Walter Cronkite, John Chancellor, David Brinkley, Tom Brokaw, Eric Sevareid, Dan Rather, Daniel Schorr, Harry Reasoner, Spiro Agnew; references or specifically about Dr. Strangelove, Watergate scandal, Local Committee to Reelect the President; makers include Los Angeles Times
Drawer C-32, Folder 11

Artist Groups: Grupo Bijari - Oversize 2010

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include gentrification, middle class, housing, Brazil, low-income, poverty, alternative transportation, technology, anarchy, protests; languages include Portuguese, French, English
Drawer C-32, Folder 12

Artists: Nancy Spero 1975

Physical Description: 5

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, torture, Chile, Chilean dictatorship, violence against women
Drawer C-32, Folder 13

Artists: John Fitzgerald 2005-2010

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, British Petroleum (BP), Louisiana, Deepwater Horizon oil spill (BP oil spill), peace, Louisiana Justice Institute, housing, natural disasters, Hurricane Katrina, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); referenced individuals include Tracie L. Washington
Drawer C-32, Folder 14

Artists: Xico González - Oversize 2006-2009

Physical Description: 9

Scope and Content Note

related topics include peace, genocide, Sudan, Darfur, Rwanda, Burundi, Germany, colonialism, Southwest Africa, religion, Christianity, anti-war, militarism, United Farm Workers (UFW), Pre-Columbian Art, indigenous art; referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Osama bin Laden, Cesar Chavez, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara); makers include Royal Chicano Air Force (RCAF); references or specifically about Mickey Mouse, Jesus Christ
Drawer C-32, Folder 15

Artists: Mr. Brainwash - Oversize 2010

Physical Description: 5

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Andy Warhol; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty
Drawer C-32, Folder 16

Artists: Connie Jeung-Mills 1974-1990

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Harriet Tubman, Thomas Metzger, Samuel H. Friedman, John Briggs; related topics include African Americans, women, violence against women, elections, racism, marches and demonstrations, rallies, female musicians, music festivals, International Women's Day, labor, textile industry, union organization, strikes, Ku Klux Klan, sexism, cross-burnings, World War II, lesbians of color, Cuban women, art exhibitions, Stonewall riots, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), self-defense, feminism, Chicano, political calendars, political theater; makers include Virginia 1981 State Socialist Workers Campaign, Labor/Community Action Committee, Jano, Fred Lonidier, Connie, Sheila Yates, feminist communications, Sherman Unidos; places made include California (USA); references or specifically about Rosie the Riveter
Drawer C-32, Folder 17

Artists: Andrés Mario Ramírez Cuevas - Oversize 2003-2010

Physical Description: 29

Scope and Content Note

related topics include torture, political prisoners, Mexico, War on Drugs, Atenco, student groups, drug trafficking, anarchism, U.S. imperialism, corporatism, Mexican Bicentennial, patriotism, nationalism, legalization of marijuana, pro-choice, women, reproductive rights, safe sex, abortion, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), Emiliano Zapata, rebellion, International Women's Day, sexual violence against women, rape, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), same-sex marriage, corporatism, arts and culture, recycle, ecology, oil, Regeneración; referenced individuals include Felipe Calderón, George W. Bush, Martín Javier Mina, Mario Santiago, José Cruz, John Lennon, Jorge Negrete, Ricardo Flores Magón; makers include Musica Contra El Poder; references or specifically about Virgin of Guadalupe, Alicia (cultural venue in Mexico City)
Drawer C-32, Folder 18

Artists: Alejandro Magallanes 1996-2005

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Mexican politicians, government corruption, protest barricades, newspapers, HIV/AIDS, AIDS Day, Mexico, public health, tolerance, ecology, air pollution, shame; referenced individuals include Mambrú, Bruce Lee, Vicente Fox, George W. Bush; places made include Mexico; references or specifically about Mickey Mouse
Drawer C-32, Folder 19

Artist Groups: Free Tunisia 2011

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

referenced individuals include Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Julian Assange, Shepard Fairey, Aly Zmerli, Mohamed Ghannouchi, Fahem Boukadous, Guy Fawkes; related topics include violence, peace, rebels, uprisings, Facebook, communism, socialism, social media movements, Middle East, protests, Anonymous, Nazism, Arab Spring, political corruption, #OpTunisia, Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD), French solidarity; makers include Osama Eid Hajjaj, ZED, Tunisia Video, Takriz; includes text in Arabic, French; references or specifically about International Federation of Journalists
Drawer C-32, Folder 20

Artists: Xico González 2003-2008

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Royal Chicano Air Force (RCAF), art exhibitions, cultural events, Afghanistan, racism, Proposition 54, teach-ins, education budget cuts, funding, Sacramento City College, university events, children, Zapatista Solidarity Coalition, peace, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), Cuba, immigration; referenced individuals include Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Angela Davis, Meena Keshwar Kamal, Favela, Howard Zinn, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), George W. Bush, Phil Goldvarg, Emma Goldman, Lolita Lebron, Frida Kahlo, Fidel Castro, Emiliano Zapata, John Lennon, Crazy Horse, José Montoya, Barack Obama; makers include Royal Chicano Air Force (RCAF), Manuel Rios, Ricardo Favela, Joao Santillan, Women's Resource Center; references or specifically about El Sindicato Café, Brown Syndicate
Drawer C-34, Folder 1

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1973-2001

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

related topics include capitalism, political theater, arts and culture, corporatism, religion, banks, U.S. imperialism, ecology; referenced individuals include George W. Bush; makers include Steidl Göttingen; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 2

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1970-1998

Physical Description: 55

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Chile, political prisoners, Christian Democratic Union of Germany, solidarity with Chile, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), dictatorships, corporatism, ecology, anti-nuclear, nuclear energy, animal rights, pollution, Germany, disabled rights, capitalism, religion, Christianity, women, freedom of information, anti-war, HIV/AIDS, safe-sex, Coca-Cola, advertisements, French Revolution, technology, arts and culture, health, urbanization, labor; referenced individuals include Augusto Pinochet, Albrecht Dürer; references or specifically about U.S. flag, Mona Lisa, Jesus Christ; places made include Germany; references or specifically about fine arts
Drawer C-34, Folder 3

Artists: Ernst Volland - Oversize 1976-2006; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 60

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, anti-war, anti-nuclear, nuclear energy, Hiroshima, South Africa, Nazism, U.S. imperialism, Nicaragua, women, children, international solidarity, alternative energy, ecology, employment, 1972 Summer Olympics, labor, youth unemployment, drugs, alcohol; referenced individuals include Bertolt Brecht, Albert Einstein, Otto Dix, Käthe Kollwitz, George Grosz, John Heartfield, Kurt Schwitters, Sigmund Freud, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi; makers include Green Party (Die Grünen), Amnesty International, Wolfgang Krolow; places made include Germany; references or specifically about fine arts
Drawer C-34, Folder 4

Artists: U.G. Sato - Oversize 1985-2007

Physical Description: 26

Note

includes 36 Views of Mount Fuji series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Hiroshima, anti-nuclear, Japan, peace, Japanese Constitution, Mount Fuji, ecology, Yasukuni Shrine, political films, anti-war, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, women, children, poster exhibitions, Israel, Palestine, gun control, Japan-U.S. relations, nuclear missiles, Middle East; referenced individuals include Katsushika Hokusai, Mahatma Gandhi, Jacques Chirac, Junichiro Koizumi; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty; languages include Japanese
Drawer C-34, Folder 5

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1973-2005

Physical Description: 42

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Chile, U.S. imperialism, Latin America, censorship, U.S. Steel, political prisoners, Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU), alternative energy, ecology, climate change, land rights, children, pollution, automobiles, television, mass media, corporatism, Germany, recycling, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), housing, nuclear energy, Free Democratic Party (FDP), political theater, anti-war, Argentina, banks, political films, prisons, Writers in Prison Committee, censorship, free speech; referenced individuals include Salvador Allende, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan, Helmut Kohl, Adolf Hitler, Angela Merkel; makers include QUICK, Green Party (Die Grünen), Amnesty International; references or specifically about U.S. flag; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 6

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1972-1998

Physical Description: 29

Scope and Content Note

related topics include newspapers, Bayernkurier, conservatism, capitalism, Germany, Christian Social Union in Bayern (CSU), Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU), Free Democratic Party of Germany (FDP), Social Democratic Party of Germany (SDP), political corruption, German media, television, food, anti-nuclear, anti-war, political parties, ecology; referenced individuals include Friedrich Zimmermann, Helmut Kohl, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan; references or specifically about Dr. Strangelove; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 7

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1970-1997

Physical Description: 44

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, climate change, conferences, corporatism, Olympics, globalization, Germany, television, French Revolution, technology, advertisement, food, capitalism, oil, Chile, Augusto Pinochet, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), ITT, Shell, AMOCO, Heidelberg, Coca-Cola, drugs, heroin, methadone, Christianity, religion, Bild newspaper (Hamburg), toxins, children, food, health, tobacco, smoking, Camel Cigarettes, pharmaceuticals, health care, recycling, commodification; makers include Greenpeace; referenced individuals include Kurt Hans Biedenkopf, Édouard Manet (Le déjeuner sur l'herbe / The Luncheon on the Grass), Albrecht Dürer; references or specifically about U.S. flag, fine arts; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 8

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1975-1991

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, alternative transportation, television, poverty, food, technology, computers, animal rights, peace, commodification, pollution, children, militarization; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 9

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1971-1991

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include 1972 Olympics, Der Spiegel (publication), capitalism, corporatism, religion, children, education, corporatism, gentrification, housing, anti-war, Vietnam War, women, tourism, peace, anti-nuclear, political parties, South Africa, apartheid, Iraq, water, ecology, forests, Christianity, religion, Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU); referenced individuals include Ronald Reagan, Pope John Paul II; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 10

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1972-1990; bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include capitalism, Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU), Christian Social Union in Bavaria (CSU), German political parties, Chile, international solidarity, China, religion, Christianity, German mass media, National Democratic Party of Germany (NDP), communism, Marxism, Soviet Union (USSR), Bild-Zeitung (BILD), German newspapers, SPD, Social Democratic Party of Germany, socialism; referenced individuals include Franz-Josef Strauß, Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Gerhard Löwenthal, Axel Springer, Prof. Carstens, Katharina Blüm, William II (German Emperor); places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 11

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1945-1990; bulk 1980s

Physical Description: 23

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S. imperialism, Chile, Nicaragua, ecology, pollution, political films, tobacco, cigarettes, public health, anti-war, militarism, oil, commodification, anti-nuclear, nuclear missiles, xenophobia, immigration, automobiles, cars, Klaus Staeck (as subject); places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 12

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1974-1988; bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include teenagers, youth, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, Chile, torture, journalism, Projekt '74, corporatism, children, militarism, anti-war, Portugal, German politicians, capitalism, political films, U.S. Steel, Nicaragua, U.S. intervention, imperialism, ITT Corporation (ITT), Kennecott Copper Corporation, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); referenced individuals include Heinrich Böll, Pablo Neruda, Günther Wallraff, Peter Hammer Verlag; makers include Amnesty International, Deutscher Kinderschutzbund e.V.; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 13

Artists: Klaus Staeck - Ecology 1972-1992; bulk 1970s

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include oceans, water, air quality, pollution, nuclear energy, anti-nuclear, trash, recycling, garbage, May Day, automobile industry, deforestation, Social Democratic Party of Germany (SDP), capitalism, voting, conservatism; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 14

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1977-1998; bulk 1990s

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, Poland, corporatism, capitalism, banking, access to information, arts and culture, German politicians, Christian Social Union in Bavaria, torture, German Democratic Republic (GDR; DDR), children, labor; referenced individuals include Ronald Reagan, Heinrich Heine, Franz Josef Strauss; places made include Germany; makers include Greenpeace
Drawer C-34, Folder 15

Artists: Cedomir Kostovic - Oversize 1989-2007; bulk 1990s

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include prisons, racism, Bosnia, children, militarism, U.S. Army, anti-war, military recruitment, HIV/AIDS, safe-sex, equality, tolerance, disabled rights, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), gay rights, sexuality, human rights, Bosnian War, New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina, September 11, 2001, deforestation; references or specifically about U.S. flag
Drawer C-34, Folder 16

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1972-2006

Physical Description: 23

Scope and Content Note

related topics include climate change, deforestation, privatization, ecology, food, housing, Heidelberg, Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU), arts and culture, Hoechst-AG, Kali Chemie AG, climate change, pollution, air pollution, German political parties, socialism, Sarajevo, food, genetically modified food, food toxins, labor, classism, mass media; referenced individuals include Wolfgang Hilger, Cyril van Lierde; makers include Greenpeace; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 17

Artists: Klaus Staeck - Ecology 1972-1992

Physical Description: 37

Scope and Content Note

related topics include corporatism, deforestation, pollution, oil, transportation, automobile industry, nuclear waste, nuclear power plants, arts and culture, ocean, depletion of natural resources, food, chemicals in food, genetically modified food, the Maldives, pollution, garbage, alternative transportation, animal rights, women, children, global warming, climate change, recycling; referenced individuals include Albrecht Dürer, Édouard Manet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; places made include Germany; references or specifically about corporate logos, fine arts
Drawer C-34, Folder 18

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1974-2012, bulk late 1990's-early 2000's

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Coca-Cola, gambling, banks, materialism, French Revolution, Baghdad, Berlin, Paris, Tehran, Iran, Aden, Sana, Peking, Pjongjang, alternative fuel, overpopulation, capitalism, globalization, climate change, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), oil refineries, oil, Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU), Christian Social Union of Bavaria (CSU), corporatism, arts and culture, Nazism, immigration, Iraq, Day of the Book, PEN International Writers in Prison Committee, peace, anti-nuclear, nuclear power plants, radioactive, the Maldives, nuclear waste, Allianz Versicherungs-AG, German Constitution, government surveillance, media; referenced individuals include Hieronymus Bosch, Eugène Delacroix, George W. Bush; makers include Projekt '74; references or specifically about Jesus Christ, fine arts; places made include Germany
Drawer C-34, Folder 19

Artists: Klaus Staeck 1969-2005

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include globalization, immigration, immigrants, nationalism, Free Democratic Party (FDP), Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU), Christian Social Union of Bavaria (CSU), socialism; referenced individuals include Hieronymus Bosch, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; places made include Germany; references or specifically about fine arts
Drawer C-35, Folder 1

Artists: Lex Drewinski - Lexicon Alphabet Series 2002

Physical Description: 53

Scope and Content Note

related topics include nationalism, anti-war, drugs, children, ecology, capitalism, politics, death penalty, intolerance, terrorism, arts and culture
Drawer C-35, Folder 2

Artists: Lex Drewinski - Oversize 1987-2001

Physical Description: 34

Scope and Content Note

related topics include American flag, U.S. culture critique, anti-nuclear, plastic surgery, arts and culture, Christianity, religion, art exhibitions, cultural events, pan-Africa, radio, left media, political theater, Japan, anti-war, Berlin wall, German Democratic Republic (GDR), Nazism, Holocaust, Ku Klux Klan, women, Bosnia, Bosnian War, hunger, poverty, communism; referenced individuals include Tadeusz Kantor, Miguel de Cervantes; languages include German
Drawer C-35, Folder 3

Artists: Lex Drewinski - Oversize 1985-2006

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political theater, cultural events, Berlin Wall, U.S. culture critique, anti-war, Iraq War, German Democratic Republic (GDR), art exhibitions, HIV/AIDS, communism, ecology, anti-nuclear, pollution, food, ethnocentrism, global inequality; places made include Germany; makers include Anno Domini; references or specifically about U.S. flag, Jesus Christ
Drawer C-35, Folder 4

Artists: Lex Drewinski 1987-1997

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political theater, Christianity, religion, Poland, anti-war, cultural events, communism, children, militarization, HIV/AIDS, health, art exhibitions, conscription, compulsory military service, draft resistance, peace; places made include Germany
Drawer C-35, Folder 5

Artists: Lex Drewinski - Flag Series 1999

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Yugoslavia, anti-war, Russia, Germany, Poland, Cuba, 26th of July movement, Cuban Revolution, Iraq, anti-nuclear, weapons of mass destruction, North Korea, Switzerland, anti-Semitism, China, France, Rwanda, Native Americans; references or specifically about U.S. flag
Drawer C-35, Folder 6

Artists: Mariona Barkus 1982-2004

Physical Description: 86

Note

Includes "Illustrated History" series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, body image, U.S. culture critique, sexism, ecology, cell phones, technology, poverty, immigration, Guatemala, El Salvador, corporatism, religion, feminism, anti-nuclear, Los Angeles, militarization, health care, military spending, anti-war, children, Pentagon, labor, Vietnam War, pro-choice, reproductive rights, abortion, Nicaragua, Contra War, banks, toxic waste, politicians, capitalism, Wall Street, pesticides, gun control, mental health, U.S. Patriot Act, government surveillance, domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, intellectual property; referenced individuals René Magritte, Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Jesse Jackson, Alan Greenspan; references or specifically about Jesus Christ
Drawer C-35, Folder 7

Artists: Mariona Barkus 1982-2008

Physical Description: 33

Note

Includes "Illustrated History" series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, climate change, corporatism, religion, homelessness, technology, mobile phones, labor, anti-nuclear, government surveillance, U.S. Patriot Act, consumerism, capitalism, Iraq War, children, hunger, poverty, education, military recruitment, Military Commissions Act (MCA), health, Transportation Security Administration (TSA); referenced individuals include George W. Bush, Dick Cheney
Drawer C-35, Folder 8

Artists: Mariona Barkus 1982-2009

Physical Description: 73

Note

includes "Illustrated History" series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, hunger, poverty, hate groups, hate crimes, racism, technology, community building, television, consumerism, debt, banks, intellectual property, animal rights, advertising, credit cards, health, obesity, pollution, ecology, labor, California Proposition 65, public health, acid rain, genetic engineering, anti-nuclear, Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), feminism, women, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), water, marriage, global warming, mental health, income inequality, Los Angeles, advertising, cancer, Coca-Cola, food
Drawer C-35, Folder 9

Artists: T.A.Z. / Rolo Castillo - Oversize 1993-1997

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include feminism, women, Los Angeles, benefit concerts, Black Panther Party, abortion, reproductive rights, pro-choice, labor, United Farm Workers (UFW), HIV/AIDS, Chicano, Latino, police abuse, domestic violence, classism, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), Roe v. Wade, Rage Against the Machine; referenced individuals include Angela Davis, Emiliano Zapata, Huey Newton, Leonard Peltier
Drawer C-35, Folder 10

Artists: Milton Glaser - Oversize 1969-2006

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, peace, labor, Bread and Roses, SEIU, grape boycott, agricultural labor, Germany, Nazis, Holocaust, Darfur, genocide, labor day, African solidarity, arts and culture, United Farm Workers (UFW), AFL-CIO; makers include Shoshin Society, International Rescue Committee; referenced individuals include Bob Dylan, Cesar Chavez, Nicola Sacco; places made include California (USA)
Drawer C-35, Folder 11

Artists: Juan Fuentes 1976-2007

Physical Description: 65

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Occupy Movement, Israel, Palestine, Native Americans, Latino/Chicano, education, student movements, cultural events, African solidarity, women, Latin America, conferences, International Women's Day, racism, political prisoners, arts and culture, Kenya, gangs, violence, substance abuse, drugs, benefit concerts, Bakke decision, affirmative action, Nicaragua, Chile, South Africa, Apartheid, globalization, peace; referenced individuals include Leonard Peltier; references or specifically about La Raza Silkscreen Center, Inc., Encuentro del Canto Popular; places made include San Francisco (California, USA)
Drawer C-35, Folder 12

Artists: Juan Fuentes 1976-2008

Physical Description: 58

Scope and Content Note

related topics include El Salvador, U.S. Intervention in Central America, Encuentro del Canto Popular, arts and culture, cultural events, Nicaragua, Native Americans, political prisoners, Cuba, Israel, Palestine, art exhibitions, Latino art, children, Lebanon, Bakke decision, affirmative action, Chicano, Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead), Zionism, racism; referenced individuals include, Sid Welsh, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Augusto Sandino; makers include La Raza Silkscreen Center, Mission Gráfica; places made include San Francisco (California, USA)
Drawer C-35, Folder 13

Artists: Mariona Barkus 1981-2012

Physical Description: 36

Note

includes "Illustrated History" series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include pollution, ecology, children, infant formulas, food, San Diego sperm bank, animal rights, anti-nuclear, hunger, prisons, prison industrial complex, oil, labor, feminism, women's health, reproductive rights, abortion, pro-choice, Nicaragua, anti-war, television, advertising, U.S. Banks, water quality, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); referenced individuals include Nancy Reagan, Ronald Reagan, Muffie Brandon; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty
Drawer D-1, Folder 1

Vietnam: Calendars 1975; 1976; 1978

Physical Description: 3 calendars

Scope and Content Note

related topics include youth, communism, construction and development, railways, reunification, social services, arts and culture, architecture, Thai Binh (Vietnam), labor, smelting, U.S. soldiers, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, children, education, schools, villages, fishing; references or specifically about Communist Party of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam), Fourth Party Congress, Reunification Park, Keo Pagoda, Uncle Ho (Ho Chi Minh), 1945 events, Battle of Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam War, First Indochina War; makers include Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, Tran Phu Printing House; referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh, Phan Ke An, Mai Nam, Nguyen van Ty, Hoang Tich Chu, Le Huy Hoa, Huy Hoa, Tran Lien Hang, Nguyen Khang, Tran Van Can, Hoan tich Chu; places made include Hanoi (Vietnam); languages include Vietnamese, English, French
Drawer D-1, Folder 2

Vietnam: Canvas Reproductions [1970-1975]

Physical Description: 28

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Bracket range represents dates of original items reproduced

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, children, peace, U.S. military, battles, war efforts, Vietnamese soldiers, religious solidarity, Catholicism, Buddhism, Vietnamese resistance, Vietnamese military, humanitarian aid, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, international solidarity, Cambodia, Laos, nationalism, U.S. imperialism, anniversaries; makers include Dogma Gallery; referenced individuals include Thiang-Giai, Lyndon B. Johnson, X. Hai, Richard Nixon, Hoc Hai, M. Hung, Nguyen Van Troi, Nguyen Khánh; references or specifically about Vietnam War, South Vietnam flag, Viet Cong flag, Fall of Saigon (April 30, 1975), propaganda, Quang Binh Province (Vietnam), Hue (Vietnam), Dong Tháp Muoi (Vietnam), guerrillas, B52 bombers, B-17 Flying Fortresses, Tây Ninh (Vietnam), Ben Tre (Vietnam)
Drawer D-1, Folder 3

Vietnam: Canvas Reproductions [1979-1983]

Physical Description: 29

Note

Bracket range represents dates of original items reproduced

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Cuba, Moncada Barracks, Vietnam War, anniversaries, U.S. military, labor, war efforts, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, U.S. soldiers, labor production, reunification, Vietnamese resistance, communism, women, children, Vietnamese Communist Party, peace, Vietnamese ethnic groups, education, toxic warfare, chemical warfare, female soldiers; makers include Dogma Gallery; referenced individuals include Fidel Castro, Ho Chi Minh, Nguyen Viet Xuân, T. Thahn; references or specifically about July 26 (1953), U.S. aggression, U.S. military deaths, propaganda, Uncle Sam, Degar (Montagnard) peoples, genocide, Battle of Dien Bien Phu, Dien Bien Phu strategy; languages include Vietnamese, English, French
Drawer D-1, Folder 4

Vietnam: Silkscreens 1972-1981

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Vietnamese soldiers, labor production, construction and development, railways, quality of life, economic development, women, children, French colonialism, First Indochina War, agriculture; referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh; references or specifically about Viet Cong flag, Chinese aggression; languages include Vietnamese; places made include Vietnam
Drawer D-1, Folder 5

Vietnam: Rice Paper Prints 1985

Physical Description: 8

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, peace, thermonuclear weapons (H-bombs), Communist Party of Vietnam, women, reunification; references or specifically about 6th Assembly of the Communist Party of Vietnam, World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY); languages include Vietnamese
Drawer D-1, Folder 6

Vietnam: Hand Painted Reproductions 1995

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Vietnamese Declaration of Independence (1945), women, war efforts, peace, children, cultural preservation, arts and culture, Vietnamese ethnic diversity, disabled persons, communism, gambling, drugs, sex, international solidarity, diplomacy, children's rights, cultural heritage; makers include Trinh Minh Hung, Trinh Ba Quat, Thuy Tuan, Le Lam, Nguyen Du, Nguyen Ngoc Chuyen, Huy Toan, Bao Hong Hai, Phan Du, Ngo Quang Nam, Lai Thanh, Dang Huong, Trong Ngoc Hien, Tran Mong Huan, Le Biet, Nguyen Mai Huong, Le Minh Chau, Nguyen Du; referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh; references or specifically about 50th Anniversary of the Vietnamese Declaration of Independence, 30th Anniversary of the Fall of Saigon, Viet Cong flag, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), United Nations (UN), social ills, Ho Chi Minh's birthday; languages include Vietnamese, English
Drawer D-1, Folder 7

Vietnam: Hand Painted Reproductions 1988-1995

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communism, arts and culture, economic development, anniversaries, socialism, gambling, women, families, congresses, education, literacy, Western culture, mass media violence, children; references or specifically about North Vietnam flag, 8th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Vietnamese Declaration of Independence (1945), 50th Anniversary of the Vietnamese Declaration of Independence; referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh, Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin; makers include Huynh Phuong Dong, Le Biet, Phan Van Tro, Thuc Phi, Nguyen Van Than, Trinh Ba Quat, Pham Van Tu, Huynh Van Thuan, Ngpo Xuan Khoi, Dang Dinh Dung, Vi Kien Thanh, Ngo Anh Co, Tran Mai, Xuan Thao, Pham Van Tu, Huynh Van Thuan, Huynh Van Thuan; languages include Vietnamese; places made include Vietnam
Drawer D-1, Folder 8

Vietnam: Hand Painted Reproductions 1969; 1995-1997

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Vietnam War, peace, international solidarity, anti-nuclear, anti-war, communism, humanitarian aid, children, production, voting, elections, reunification, North Vietnam, South Vietnam, war efforts, veterans, soldiers, equality; makers include Dao Duc, Nguyen Thanh, Nguyen Thien, Dao Hung, Nguyen Thien, Pham Duc Phong, Nguyen Dang Phu, Huy Oanh, Truong Sinh, Pham Tri Tue, Nguyen Du, Huy Chuong, Le Biet, Khac Thung, Dang Dinh Dung, Pham Van Tu, Le Thanh Duc; references or specifically about United Nations (UN), 50th Anniversary of the Vietnamese Declaration of Independence, Fall of Saigon (April 1976), Viet Cong flag, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Decade of Cultural Development, self-immolation, Vietnam People's Army, first Revolutionary Party Military Conference
Drawer D-1, Folder 9

Vietnam: Hand Painted Reproductions 1994-1996

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Vietnam War, U.S. military, Kampuchea, Laos, war efforts, international solidarity, recruitment, smoking, drugs, Vietnamese ethnic diversity, industrialization, construction and development, communism, youth, nationalism, Cuba, Western culture, anniversaries, child abuse, corruption, education, production, arts and culture, French colonialism, U.S. imperialism; referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh; makers include Dinh Luc, Dao Hung, Huynh Van Gam, Nguyen Cong Do, Xuan Hong, Tran Van Can, Truong Qua, Tran Mai, Duong Ngoc Canh, Phan Thong, Nguyen Xuan Hahn, Nguyen Xuan Hien, Nguyen Thanh, Nghiem Xuan Quang, Le Lam, Le Minh Chau, Le Huy Quang; references or specifically about Uncle Ho (Ho Chi Minh), propaganda, Tây Nguyên (Central Highlands, Vietnam), Viet Cong flag, guerillas, Third World revolutions, Vietnam People's Army (VPA); languages include Vietnamese; places made include Vietnam
Drawer D-1, Folder 10

Vietnam: Hand Painted Reproductions 1968; 1976; 1993-1995

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, peace, reunification, gambling, Western culture, violence, arts and culture, cultural preservation, traditional Vietnamese culture, agricultural labor, anniversaries, communism, industrialization, nationalism, national independence, socialism, labor, production, Western culture, violence, sex; makers include Le Duc, Lai, Tran Tu Thanh, Le Lam, Huy Oanh, Nguyen Thu, Pham Van Don, Truong Trang Tri, Mai Anh, Dang Tran Son, Le Tril Thiep, Duy Truc, Huy Toan, Ngo Manh Lan, Dang Thi Khub, Ngo Manh Lan; references or specifically about Viet Cong flag, Uncle Ho, 105th anniversary of Ho Chi Minh's birth, 9th Congress of the Communist Party, 8th Congress of the Communist Party; referenced individuals include Ho Chi Minh; languages include Vietnamese, Chinese
Drawer D-1, Folder 11

Vietnam: Hand Painted Reproductions 1960s-1980s

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include nationalism, war efforts, soldiers, women, ecology, forestation, children, peace, Vietnam War, construction and development, anti-nuclear; makers include Duong Ahn, Minh Phuong, Luong Xuan Hiep, Tam, Minh Phuong; references or specifically about Viet Cong flag
Drawer D-1, Folder 12

Vietnam: Various Topics 1969-1975; 1980-1984; 1995-1996; 2004

Physical Description: 29

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, education, schools, human rights, anti-communism, marches and demonstrations, Vietnamese mafia, Vietnamese immigrants in Germany, organized crime, communism, socialism, tourism, Soviet Union, international solidarity, voting, elections, local elections, women, women's vocations, Laos, Cambodia; references or specifically about Viet Cong flag, South Vietnamese flag, Fall of Saigon (April 30, 1975), Hanoi district maps, diagrams of pellet bombs, Soviet Union flags; makers include Chu Thi Thanh, Dinh Vuong, KY, Bürgerinnen Beobachten die Polizei, Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss (AStA FU), Anti-Fa, Le Thanh Duc, Vu Dinh Long, Huynh Van Thuan, Luong Xuan Hiep, Tranh Cua To Lien, Huy Oanh, Nguyen Manh Hung, K. Mani, Quang Ngoc, Thai Ha, Tien Bo Printing House, Xunhasaba; languages include Vietnamese, English, Japanese, German, Russian, Laotian, Khmer; places made include Vietnam, Los Angeles (CA, USA); referenced individuals include Vladimir Lenin, Ho Chi Minh, Trieu Thi Trunh
Drawer D-1, Folder 13

Vietnam: Oversize 1960s-1980s

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include maps, children, public health, tourism, poetry, socialism, North Vietnam; makers include O. Hue, National Tourist Office, Rafael Alberti; referenced individuals include Ignazio Delogu; languages include Vietnamese, English, Italian, Spanish; places made include Vietnam, Mexico
Drawer D-2, Folder 1

South Korea: Arts and Culture 1987-1989

Physical Description: 34

Scope and Content Note

makers include Myung-bok Lee, The Drawing Garden, Chung Won-chul, National Council for the Arts, Association of Writers for National Literature; related topics include arts education, cultural events, folk culture, marches and demonstrations, political prisoners, festivals, art exhibitions, ecology, pollution, women, women in the arts, holidays, dance, theater, U.S. intervention, film, military, calendars, censorship, literature, photography, calendars; references or specifically about Mother's Day, fish, Ondara Art Gallery, "Pretty Pictures", Gwangbokjeol (Independence Day of Korea), Gwangju Uprising, Living Arts, Korean Reunification; referenced individuals include Chung Han; languages include Korean, English
Drawer D-2, Folder 2

South Korea: Labor 1988-1996

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

related topics include strikes, field workers, teacher unions, education, anniversaries, international solidarity, human rights, worker rights, U.S. intervention, corporatism, capitalism, classism, wealth inequality, marches and demonstrations, employment, arts professionals, labor organizers, unions, nurse unions, health workers, nursing, wages; references or specifically about currency, Korean won, patriotism, democracy, Uncle Sam, U.S. flag, Minyechong, South Korean People Artist Federation; referenced individuals include Sejong the Great
Drawer D-2, Folder 3

South Korea: Various Topics 1976-1990

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include military, U.S. intervention, Gwangju Uprising, theater, public forums, marches and demonstrations, youth, police brutality, poverty, economic crises, democracy, human rights, labor, Korean reunification, peace, anniversaries, memorials, smoking, tobacco, public health, cigarettes, Chernobyl disaster, anti-nuclear, nuclear power plants, ecology, housing, Bhopal disaster, peace, environmentalism, air pollution, riots, censorship, agriculture, land rights, arts and culture; makers include National Council for the Arts, Young Jae Cho, The National Council of Ethnic Music; references or specifically about Guangzhou pilgrimage, U.S. flag, civil society, Democratic Liberal Party (Minjadang), Jangseung, The Drawing Garden, riot police, chumoje; referenced individuals include Roh Tae-woo, Chun Doo-hwan, Park Gee-wan; languages include Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese
Drawer D-2, Folder 4

South Korea: Minjoong (Minjung) People's Art 1980s

Physical Description: 46

Scope and Content Note

related topics include agriculture, U.S. intervention, agricultural labor, labor, memorials, soldiers, military, religion, Buddhism, debt, Gwangju Uprising, massacres, harvests, arts and culture, torture; makers include Hong Sung-dam (Hong Song-dam); references or specifically about U.S. flag, Daedong (Taedong), Seoul (South Korea), jangseung, national independence, Uncle Sam, violence against women, Hong-il; referenced individuals include Chong-man Park
Drawer D-2, Folder 5

North Korea / South Korea: Internationally Made 1981-1991

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Korean reunification, Korean War, nuclear weapons, anti-nuclear, anti-war, peace, political prisoners, arts and culture, Gwangju Uprising (May 18th Democratic Uprising), massacres, communism, dictatorships, calendars; makers include Young Koreans United (YKU), International Committee for Peace and Reunification of Korea, Amnesty International, George Knowlton; references or specifically about U.S. intervention, Soviet Union (USSR), Armistice of 1953, Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), Tomiyama Taeko, Church Committee on Human Rights in Asia, Cold War, (South) Korea’s National Security Law, "Sound of Liberation" tour, Emergency Regulation Number 9, Suwon Prison, religion, Christianity, Yushin Constitution; referenced individuals include Im Su Kyong, Park Chung-hee, Park Chin Sun, Kim Sang Chin, Kim Joon-Tae, Kim Il-sung; places made include USA, United Kingdom, Los Angeles (California, USA), Germany; languages include English, Korean, German
Drawer D-2, Folder 6

South Korea: Oversize 2001-2004

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor, technology, workers’ benefits, voting, economics, housing, poverty, marches and demonstrations, Labor Day; makers include Korean Confederation of Trade Unions; references or specifically about holiday, compulsory arbitration, Free trade agreement between the United States of America and the Republic of Korea (KORUS FTA), interrogations, exploitation, National Advisory Committee for Labor Provisions of U.S. Free Trade Agreements (NAC); places made include South Korea; languages include Korean
Drawer D-2, Folder 7

North Korea: 13th World Festival of Youth and Students 1987-1989

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-nuclear, peace, anti-war, Korean reunification, children, ethnic diversity, multiculturalism, music, friendship, international solidarity, imperialism, youth; makers include The Korean Preparatory Committee of the 13th World Festival of Youth and Students, Li Sung Sok, Printing Plant, Foreign Language Press Group, Pak Tae Won, Rim Myong Hui, Chon Gyong In, Kang Sang Bin, Chong Gyong Pal, Gwang Sok, Pak Sang Il, Kim Chol Gang, Li Jun Sop, Li Sung Sok, Pak Tae Yon, Choe Jae Sik; places made include Pyongyang (North Korea); languages include Korean, English, Russian, Spanish, Italian
Drawer D-2, Folder 8

South Korea: Fragile 1985-1986

Physical Description: 7

Note

Includes woodcuts that may reference Minjoong (Minjung) People's Art, but not confirmed

Scope and Content Note

related topics include imperialism, police, mass media, dance, arts and culture, ecology, pollution; makers include Doo-Rung Art Group, Yun-Bok Yoo; references or specifically about Statue of Liberty, rape, Penthouse (magazine), Mi-Yal Scene (from Bong-San Mask Dance), self-determination, Paektu Mountain (Heaven Lake)
Drawer D-2, Folder 9

Japan: Oversize 1994

Physical Description: 5

Scope and Content Note

related topics include peace, anti-nuclear, ecology, deforestation, conferences; makers include Robert Rytter, R.S. Jensen, The Veitch Printing Corporation, Tadanori Yokoo, Studio Magic, Hiroyuki Matsuishi, Koji Higuchi, Yasuyuki Uno; references or specifically about Hiroshima, Japanese flag, Hiroshima-Nagasaki appeal; referenced individuals include Katsushika Hokusai; places made include Japan; languages include Japanese, English
Drawer D-2, Folder 10

Japan: JAGDA Peace and Environmental Exhibition - Oversize 1993-1994

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include water, ecology, pollution, peace, ant-war, environmentalism, HIV/AIDS, green movements, Earth; makers include Sankyo Process, Hiyoshi Hama, Hiroshi Sato, Masaru Mera, Toyoshigyo Co., Human Ad, Yoshiko Watanbe, Kozo Sakamoto, Hashi, Studio Cygnus Inc., Mitsumura, Hiyoshi Hama, Kimiko Narita, Shin Enami, Nakagawa Printing Co., Jujiro Ishida, Shunji Niinomi; references or specifically about United Nations University, space; places made include Japan, USA; languages include English, Japanese, Arabic, French
Drawer D-2, Folder 11

Japan: Various Topics 1970-2006

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, air pollution, automobiles, exhibitions, university events, environmental movements, Styrofoam, waste disposal, environmental protection, human rights, benefit concerts, exhibitions, children, peace, arts and culture, photography, Battle of Okinawa, World War II, anti-war, Earth Day, conferences, anti-nuclear, anniversaries, radiation, disarmament, military bases, militarism, U.S. intervention, calendars, women, health care, medicine, animal rights, pollution, communism, nuclear weapons, youth, international solidarity, imperialism, corporations, wealth, Mitsubishi, military industrial complex; makers include J. Walter Thompson, Friends of the Earth, Hammo Sugiura, Rokugatsusha, Yutaka Takama, Ittetsu Morishita, Kazuo Fukazawa, Syu Kataoka, OK Sandbright, Hiroshima Appeal Committee, World Friendship Center, S.I., Japanese Communist Party (JCP), Anti-War Shareholders’ Committee, Kazuaki Kita, Aki Mori, Andrew Hughes, Tohru Misawa, Shindo Co.; references or specifically about ozone layer, Chlorofluorocarbon (CFCs), Taiwan, Okinawa Peace Festival, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, World Peace March, Vietnam War, tree planting ceremonies, forests, Kobe Port, Asia Heiwa Conference; referenced individuals include; places made include Japan, USA; languages include Japanese, English, French, German, Arabic, Russian, Korean, Chinese
Drawer 3-1, Folder 1

China: Various Topics - Oversize 1968-1989

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor, international solidarity, ethnic diversity, tank man (Tiananmen Square), arts and culture, communism; makers include Capitol Ideas, Minerva A/S, Tung Cheng-yi, U.S.-China Peoples Friendship Association, Pyramid Posters, Tianjin People’s Printing; references or specifically about Husien County (China), Bettmann/CORBIS, Yankee Hill, Xinhua Bookstore (Beijing); referenced individuals include Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Karl Marx, Jeff Widener; places made include China, USA, Denmark, United Kingdom; languages include Chinese, English, Spanish, French
Drawer D-3, Folder 2

China: Various Topics 1995-2005

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communism, education, teaching, research, business reform, personnel training, leadership, management, job performance; makers include Communist Party of China (CPC), women, sports, athletics, wrestling, arts and culture; references or specifically about institution-building, children, wealth; places made include China; languages include Chinese
Drawer D-3, Folder 3

China: Arts and Culture 1973; 1978-1983

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include art exhibitions, education, youth, children, theater productions, ethnic minorities, peace, agriculture, martial arts, historical figures, mythical figures, military generals, poetry, Chinese literature, battle scenes, female generals, seasons, Chinese idioms; references or specifically about peasant paintings, Huhsien County, Feng Chai engagement, Chinese New Year, Yue Chuan (Yuejiaquan), Song dynasty, lotus flowers, goldfishes, Three Kingdoms (AD 220-280), phoenix, peacocks, Mount Liang, Water Margin (book), peonies flowers, moons; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA), Shanghai (China); makers include US-China Peoples Friendship Association (USCPFA), Shanghai Education Publishing House, Lu Yifei; referenced individuals include Yue Fei, Shi Nai'an, Liang Hongyu; languages include Chinese
Drawer D-3, Folder 4

China: Tourism 1976; 1995

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include wildlife protection, animal conservation, women, peace, landmarks; references or specifically about Yunnan (China), Yunnan Golden Monkey, Tiananmen Square, Great Wall of China, NGO Forum on Women, Temple of Heaven, Giant Pandas; makers include China National Tourism Administration, China Travel and Tourism Press; places made include Beijing (China); languages include Chinese, English
Drawer D-3, Folder 5

China: Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung) - Internationally Made 1968; 1976; 1989-1993; 2002

Physical Description: 32

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anniversaries, centenary, portraits, May Day, Peru, quotations, memorials, political cartoons, authoritarianism, political prisoners, labor camps, dissidents, penal system, Tiananmen Square, Tibet, class struggle, agricultural labor, historical figures; references or specifically about Revolutionary Internationalist Movement, Canto Grande prison (Peru), University of California at Berkeley, Class War Comix, Action of Yu Zhijian, Yu Donggyue, and Lu Decheng, Chinese Cultural Revolution, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA); languages include English, Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Arabic, French, Turkish, (possibly) Sanskrit; makers include Students for a Better Understanding of China, Association of Northern California Chinese, Taiwan Compatriot Sport Association in California, International Friends of Wei Jingsheng, Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP), Douglas Sutter, HOIC Studio; referenced individuals include René Étiemble, Bob Avakian, Andy Warhol, Malcolm X; places made include United Kingdom (UK), USA, Germany
Drawer D-3, Folder 6

China: Internationally Made 1970-1979; 1989-1990; 2013

Physical Description: 34

Scope and Content Note

related topics include arts and culture, ballet, women, female soldiers, films, festivals, commemorations, international solidarity, ecology, water pollution, health care, international aid, agriculture, art exhibitions, China isolation, international relations, student movements, military brutality, education, youth, labor; referenced individuals include Hang Zhi-Ying, Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong), Jiang Qing (Chiang Ching), Wang Weilin, Jeff Widner, Union Label, Ilka Hartmann, Print Mint, Ann Tompkins; references or specifically about Red Detachment of Women, Women's Armed Defense Groups, People's Republic of China, Obrero Revolucionario, Tiananmen Square, Hu County Shensi Province, International Memorial Arts Festival, The Institute for Contemporary Art PS 1 Museum, Asian American Arts Centre, International Women's Day, Normalization of U.S.-China Relations, Asian American Arts Centre, Huhsien County, Goddess of Democracy; places made include Ohio (USA), Chicago (USA), Canada, Australia; languages include English, Spanish, Chinese; makers include Maxi Communications, GL Graphic Co., Polytrade Corporation, Joint Committee to Celebrate the 27th Anniversary of the People's Republic of China, Amy Chou, José Hernández Delgadillo, Inkworks Press, Adbusters, Carlos Barria, Reuters, U.S.-China Friendship Association, Donnelly/Colt Custom Printing, U.S.-China Peoples Friendship Association, GAU Printing, Civic Arts Association, J. Whiteaker
Drawer D-3, Folder 7

China: Hong Kong 1986; 1991-1995

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include elections, campaigns, politicians, quotations, labor, women, workers' rights, labor rights, migrant workers, equality, Christianity, religion, construction and development, private property, classism, wealth disparities, wealth distribution, unions, social justice, pensions, occupational safety, trade unions, unemployment benefits, work hours, wages, labor safety, religious activism, HIV / AIDS, safe sex, sexually transmitted diseases, public health, films, ecology, conferences, forest conservation, green energy, benefit concerts, women, children, recycling, students, waste management, environmentalism, environmental competition, reusable containers; references or specifically about Jesus Christ, Salvador (film), Bank of China Tower, Charity Walkathon, Green Power, Eco-Olympics, Fires of Kuwait (film), monosodium glutamate (MSG), Symposium on Environmental Law of China; referenced individuals include C.Y. Leung (Leung Chun-ying), Pope John Paul II; makers include Center for the Progress of Peoples, Labour Party, Social Hygiene Service AIDS Unit, Sam Loong International, Gavin Coates, Clean Up the World, The Conservancy Association, Environmental Campaign Committee, Keith, Friends of the Earth, YWCA, Lions International, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Space Museum, Caltext, Friends of the Earth, Concordia Paper Limited, Anita Wong, Conservancy Association; places made include; languages include Chinese, English
Drawer D-3, Folder 8

Taiwan 1996

Physical Description: 4

Scope and Content Note

related topics include elections, electoral fraud, bribery, government corruption, photography exhibitions; makers include Taipei City Government; references or specifically about clean elections; places made include Taiwan; languages include English, Chinese
Drawer D-3, Folder 9

Tibet 1995; 2001-2008

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

related topics include terrorism, genocide, China, monasteries, human rights, boycotts, ecology, pollution, anti-nuclear, political prisoners, walking fundraisers, Tibetan Government in Exile, torture, monks, Buddhism, police brutality, Tibetan dance, children, religion, 2008 Summer Olympics (Beijing); referenced individuals include Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, 14th Dalai Lama, Gyaincain Norbu, Jigme Gyatso, Tenzin Deleg Rinpoche, Ngawang Jungne, Rigzin Wangyal, Thupten Teshi, Lobsang Tenzin, Jadrel Rinpochejampa Thinley, Phuntsok Wangdu, Phuntsok Nyidron; makers include Melanie, Free the Panchen Lama Pact Team, Inkworks Press, International Campaign for Tibet, Tibetan Women's Association (TWA), Tibetan Youth Congress, Valentine Popov, Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy, Literary Renaissance, Don Farber; references or specifically about Pachen Lama, Ex-Political Prisoners' Association, Lhasa, Potala Palace, No Torch in Tibet, Dharmasala, Gu-Chu-Sum Movement, Sitru Prison, Heaven Poster Series; languages include English, Tibetan, Chinese; places made include India, USA
Drawer D-3, Folder 10

Cambodia 1980-1983; 1995-2000

Physical Description: 50

Scope and Content Note

related topics include cultural institutions, cultural preservation sites, military, guerilla warfare, art exhibitions, genocide, mass murders, war crimes, communism, judicial corruption, legislative corruption, executive corruption, government and politics, economy, political cartoons, government transparency, mass media, poverty, health, alcohol, addiction, traffic, politicians, voting and registration, political parties, human rights; makers include Imprimerie Spec., Roger Black, Amnesty International U.S.A., Campaign to Oppose the Return of the Khmer Rouge (CORKR), Cambodian Genocide Project Inc., Elizabeth Becker, SPK Press Association of Cambodia, Wide World Photos, Ophidian Films, Ltd., Center for Social Development Cambodia, Metropolitan Indochinese Children and Adolescent Services (MICAS), Liberal Democratic Party; references or specifically about Angkor Wat, National United Front Of Kampuchea, Khmer Rouge, United Nations Peace Accords, U.S. currency, Mighty Mic at UCLA; languages include Khmer, Spanish, English, Japanese, French; referenced individuals include Ikuo Hirayama, David Hawk, Pol Pot, Khieu Samphan, Ien Sary, Son Sen; places made include New York (USA), Washington D.C. (USA), Massachusetts (USA)
Drawer D-3, Folder 11

Burma (Myanmar) 1995-2000; 2009

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include democracy, student movements, hunger, poverty, land rights, displacement, paddy procurement, agricultural labor, taxes, food scarcity, slave labor, prisoners, labor, human rights, corporations, military-industrial complex, military budget, rape, sexual violence, U.S. students; makers include Asian Human Rights Commission, University of Wisconsin-Madison Free Burma Coalition, Amnesty Internaitonal, University of Wisconsin-Greens, People's Tribunal on Burma, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Red Sun Press, Free Burma Coalition, David McLimans, Boy Dominguez; referenced individuals include Aung San Suu Kyi, Naing Aung; references or specifically about Mighty Mic Human Rights Awareness Concert, State Law and Order Council (SLORC); languages include English; places made include USA, Quezon City (Philippines)
Drawer D-3, Folder 12

Southeast Asia: Oversize 1977; 1991-1998

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include indigenous peoples, international solidarity, public health, malnutrition; makers include Boy Dominguez, National Federation of Indigenous Peoples' of the Philippines, Alliance of Advocates for Indigenous Peoples' Rights, Youth Advocates for Tribal Filipinos, Philom, Ministry of Public Health; referenced individuals include Maris Presto, Gerry Andamo, Ferdinand Marcos, Francisco Borja da Costa; references or specifically about Ancestral Domain Defense Campaign, Timor, Burma (Myanmar); places made include Philippines, Germany, Laos; languages include Tagalog (Filipino), German, English, Dutch
Drawer D-3, Folder 13

Thailand 1977-1979; 1992-1994; 2000-2005

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, recycling, waste management, environmentalism, deforestation, child labor, children's rights, poverty, hunger, water pollution, oil, rivers, ecosystems, elections and campaigns, agriculture, natural resource consumption, household consumption, energy, water preservation, student demonstrations, carbon footprint, education, calendars, Buddhist monks, indigenous rights, human rights, industrial factory fires, labor, labor safety, occupational hazards, art exhibitions, arts and culture, religion, political prisoners; makers include Matichon Publication, Kao Sot Publication, Magic Eyes (Thai Environment and Community Development Association), Soroptimist International, Asian Regional Resource Center for Human Rights Education (ARRC), Council of Work and Environment Related Patients Network of Thailand (WEPT), American Center for International Labor Solidarity, Union of Democratic Thais. - N.Y. Committee for Human Rights in Thailand; referenced individuals include Bhumibol Adulyadej, Nithi Eawsriwong; references or specifically about Lèse majesté Laws, Black May, Shell Oil, Campaign for Human Rights Education in Asia-Pacific Region, Thai monarchy, Thai baht; languages include Thai, English
Drawer D-3, Folder 14

Pan-Asia 1986-1987; 2000

Physical Description: 9

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, domestic violence, cultural events, ecology, deforestation, agricultural labor, pesticides, discrimination; makers include Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law, and Development (APWLD), Tony Ponte, Adi Baensantos, Asian Council for People's Culture, Edgar Talusan, Asia-Pacific Peoples Environment Network (APPEN), S. Reddy, Viknesh Balan, Pesticide Action Network (PAN); referenced individuals include Sadhana Buxani; references or specifically about The Bible, Asia Youth Week, People's Cultural Caravan; places made include Malaysia
Drawer D-3, Folder 15

Southeast Asia: Cardstock 1985; 2008

Physical Description: 5

Scope and Content Note

related topics include refugees, Cambodian immigrants, national borders, Tibet, police brutality; makers include U.S. Committee for Refugees, Inkworks Press; referenced individuals include Norman Hill, Marcus Haveli; places made include Washington D.C. (USA); references or specifically about Thailand, Olympics, China
Drawer D-3, Folder 16

Southeast Asia 1965; 1981; 1995-1997

Physical Description: 29

Scope and Content Note

related topics include East Timor, Indonesia, Indonesian imperialism, natural resources, children, violence, human rights, independent media, refugees, student movements, voting and registration, pesticides, pollution, ecology, food, agricultural labor, corporatism, alcoholism, addiction, environmental protection, developing countries, cash crops, industrialization, hunger, maps, Vietnam; makers include Boy Dominguez, Asia-Pacific Coalition for East Timor (APCET), Inkworks Press, International Socialist Organization (ISO), United Nations Mission in East Timor (UNAMET), International Federation of Plantation, Agricultural and Allied Workers, Choo Beng Teong, Jutaprint Penang, Sahabat Alam Malaysia, P. Pinang, Chaz Maviyane-Davies, International Organization of Consumers Unions, Hong Sung-Dam, South Vietnam National Front for Liberation, Pankham HiTec, Paul Bioxham, Hans Georg Berger, Action in Solidarity with Indonesia and East Timor (ASIET); referenced individuals include Amy Goodman, Robert C. Crock, Saiful Anwar, Ismail Hashim, Euripedes, Jose Ramos Horta, Budiman Sujatmiko, Avelino da Silva; places made include Philippines, Malaysia, Australia; languages include English, Spanish, Malay, French, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Laotian; references or specifically about Australia, United Nations (UN), International Day of Solidarity for East Timor (December 7), Democracy Now, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Malaysia, Kitan Forest, Laotian Declaration of Independence, Buddhism, Takbat (almsgiving), Nobel Peace Prize
Drawer D-3, Folder 17

Indonesia 1989; 1996; 2001

Physical Description: 10

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related topics include ecology, environmentalism, torture, disappeared persons, rape, forced marriage, land rights, political prisoners, disarmament, peace, human rights, deforestation, squatters, politicians, riots, arms exports, militarism; makers include Solidaritas Nusa-Bangsa & Asian Human Rights Commission, Yayasan Lembaga Bantuan Hukum Indonesia (YLBHI), Yappika, Kesatuan Perjuangan Massarakyat (KPM), Zwart Zaad, European Network Against Arms Trade; places made include Jakarta (Indonesia), Utrecht (Netherlands); references or specifically about Mother Earth, crimes against humanity, East Timor (Timor Timur), Maluku Islands, Talangsari 1989, West Papua, Aceh, Moluccas; referenced individuals include Suharto; languages include Indonesian, English
Drawer D-4, Folder 1

China: Cultural Revolution - Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung) - Oversize 1966-1970

Physical Description: 8

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor, colonialism, imperialism, African Americans, slavery, international solidarity; makers include The Shanghai People's Publishing House; references or specifically about Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book), proletariat; places made include China; languages include Chinese, English
Drawer D-4, Folder 2

China: Cultural Revolution - Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung) - Vertically Oriented 1967-1971

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include education, youth, Cold War, U.S. imperialism, industry, labor, agriculture, leadership, poetry, Long March, workers’ power; makers include Central Academy of Fine Arts; references or specifically about Red Guards, Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book), Soviet revisionism, Soviet Union (USSR), Nankai University, proletariat, Yan'an (China); referenced individuals include Liu Shaoqi, Jiang Qing; places made include China; languages include Chinese
Drawer D-4, Folder 3

China: Cultural Revolution - Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung) - Horizontally Oriented 1966-1969

Physical Description: 65

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related topics include socialism, capitalism, imperialism, people’s army, militia, Maoism, international solidarity, U.S. imperialism, strength against the West, Second Sino-Japanese War, Japanese intervention in China, Chinese Civil War, Taiwan, mass media, coalition government, Chinese military; makers include Beijing Art College Revolutionary Committee, University Press; references or specifically about Marxism-Leninism, armed revolution, paper tigers, reactionaries, proletariat, oppression, workers, peasants, students, soldiers, grand coalition, liberation of Taiwan; referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Friedrich Engels, Joseph Stalin, Chiang Kai-shek, Genghis Khan; places made include China; languages include Chinese, English
Drawer D-4, Folder 4

China: Cultural Revolution - Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung) - Offsets and Photographic Images 1950-1959; 1966-1977

Physical Description: 75

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related topics include labor, Long March, construction, irrigation, drainage, poverty, economic class, films, documentaries, children, leadership, communism, agriculture, farming, Gutian Congress, Communist Party of China (CPC), Down to the Countryside Movement (chadui luohu), youth, Chinese New Year, Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book), mining, miners, steelworkers, factories; makers include Shanghai People's Publishing House, Shanghai People's Fine Arts Publishing House, China Film Company, Revolutionary Committee of Henan Province, Gao Hong, Peng Bin, Hou Yimin Tang Shu Cooperation, Central Newsreel and Documentary Film Studio, Beijing Public Factory, Gao Hong, Fine Arts Corps, People’s Fine Arts Publishing House, Beijing Revolutionary Committee; references or specifically about Jinggangshan rural survey, Guangdong (China), Yan'an (China), march to Jinggangshan, peasants, electrical workers, Red Guard, Guidong (China), revisionism, proletariat, establishment of the People's Republic of China, Red Army, martyrdom, Hangzhou (China); referenced individuals include Kang Sheng, Zhou Enlai, Lin Biao, Chen Boda, Jiang Qing, Karl Marx, Norman Bethune, Zhu De, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Friedrich Engels, Li Van Reng; places made include China; languages include Chinese, English, French
Drawer D-4, Folder 5

China: Cultural Revolution - Individuals 1967-1978

Physical Description: 45

Note

includes "Lei Feng's story" series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Gang of Four, children, labor, coal miners, mining, Nanchang Uprising, Chinese Civil War, youth, political cartoons, caricatures, imperialism, classism, Korean War, military recruitment, U.S. intervention; makers include Yangliuqing Baoguang, Tianjin Printing, People's Publishing House, Beijing Xinhua Printing, Shanghai People's Publishing House, Guozi Shudian (China Publications Centre), Shandong People's Publishing House, People’s Fine Arts Publishing House, Hou Yi-min, Kao Hung, Peng Pin, Li Ping-hung, Shanghai Education Publishing House, Deng Xiao Press, Zou Jiandong; references or specifically about Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book), Battle of Wenchiashih, Young Pioneers of China, Prisoners Song, enemies of the state, reactionaries, paper tigers, class struggles; referenced individuals include Jiang Qing, Zhang Chunqiao, Yao Wenyuan, Wang Hongwen, Zhu De, Lei Feng, Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Lu Xun, Hua Guofeng, Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Friedrich Engels, Liu Shaoqi, Zhou Enlai, Ye Ting, Fang Zhimin, Harry S. Truman, Richard Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Nikita Khrushchev, Harold Wilson, Chiang Kai-shek, Deng Xiaoping, Tian Han, Peng Dehuai; places made include China; languages include Chinese, English, French, German
Drawer D-4, Folder 6

China: Cultural Revolution - Norman Bethune 1967-1971

Physical Description: 16

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related topics include children, youth, education, communism, Communist Party of China (CPC), foreign intervention, labor, agriculture, farming, railroad workers, industry, construction and development, medicine, health care; makers include China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), Nanfang Daily, People’s Fine Arts Publishing House, Tianjin People’s Fine Arts, Tianjin Xinhua Bookstore, Beijing Film Academy; references or specifically about "In Memory of Norman Bethune", revisionism, Heilongjiang (China), Dazhai (China), "Learn from Dazhai in agriculture" campaign; referenced individuals include Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung); places made include China; languages include Chinese
Drawer D-4, Folder 7

China: Cultural Revolution - Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book) 1966-1971

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include youth, soldiers, Taiwan, Red Guards, labor, Maoism, communism, Marxism-Leninism, Communist Party of China (CPC), agriculture, agricultural labor, military, solidarity, arts and culture, workers, children; makers include People's Fine Arts (Shanghai); references or specifically about proletariat, imperialism, foreign intervention, reactionaries, propaganda, Hong Kong (China); referenced individuals include Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung); places made include Shanghai (China), Guangdong (China); languages include Chinese
Drawer D-4, Folder 8

China: Cultural Revolution - Women 1971-1984

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include motherhood, children, child-raising, labor, domestic work, family planning, textile work, machinery, industry, science, technology, agriculture, farmworkers, agricultural labor, water, military, electrical work, electricians, World War II, Soviet Union (USSR), female role in World War II, performance arts, modern ballet, arts and culture, cultural events, schools, youth, female soldiers, engineering, communism, leadership, masonry, construction, ethnic diversity, ethnic solidarity, dance, music, international solidarity, militia, mining, miners, food prices, communism, livestock, farming, festivals; makers include Wei Zhenbao, Dongshan Ming, Ge Wenshan, People's Fine Arts (Shanghai), Cui Xiang; references or specifically about ethnic minorities, Communist Party of China (CPC), Mongolia, Red Plum Song, hero series, Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book); referenced individuals include Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Hong Meizan, Ms. Jiang, Liu Hulan; places made include Beijing (China); languages include Chinese, Russian
Drawer D-4, Folder 9

China: Cultural Revolution - Anti-Imperialism 1951; 1966-1971

Physical Description: 50

Scope and Content Note

related topics include colonialism, Soviet Union (USSR), Japanese intervention, military, U.S. imperialism, Destruction of the Four Olds (Old Customs, Old Culture, Old Habits, Old Ideas), traditional values, cultural change, anti-war, peace, World War II, military deaths, U.S. intervention, international solidarity, capitalism, labor, workers, anti-U.S., Korean War, military recruitment; makers include People’s Fine Arts Publishing House, Chao Yen-nien, To Yun Hsuan, Guozi Shudian, pan-Africa, Chiang Mi, Zhuang People’s Fine Arts Publishing; references or specifically about, Shanghai, Red Guard, swastikas, currency, Tsinghua Red Guards, Third World, Soviet hegemony, Soviet revisionists, class struggle, Proletariat, Indochina, Vietnam War, greed, Asia, Africa, Latin America, counter-revolutionaries, 516 elements, foreign spies, reactionaries, paper tigers, October Revolution; referenced individuals include Leonid Brezhnev, Richard Nixon, Alexei Kosygin, Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Liu Shaoqi; languages include Chinese, English, French, Russian
Drawer D-4, Folder 10

China: Cultural Revolution - Anti-Imperialism - Offsets 1974-1975

Physical Description: 26

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related topics include Soviet Union (USSR), World War II, military deaths, U.S. intervention, marches and demonstrations, international solidarity, Asia, Africa, Latin America, Vietnam War, colonialism, racial discrimination, racism, national independence; makers include Zhang Yi Qing, Guangdong People’s Publishing House, People’s Fine Arts Publishing House, Haqiong Wen, Shanghai People's Publishing House; references or specifically about Yangcheng Lake, swastikas, currency, money, U.S. dollar, U.S. aggressors, Indochina, public criticism, Jiangnan Shipyard, South Vietnam; referenced individuals include Leonid Brezhnev, Chiang Kai-shek; places made include China; languages include Chinese, English, French, Spanish
Drawer D-4, Folder 11

China: Cultural Revoltuion - International Solidarity - Oversize 1963-1974

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include international solidarity, workers’ solidarity, Vietnam War, anti-war, racism, racial discrimination, African Americans, U.S. government, socialism, imperialism, ethnic diversity; makers include Ha Qiongai, Shanghai People's Fine Arts Publishing House, Feng Chih (Feng Chien-chi'en / Feng Jianqin); references or specifically about Workers of the World Unite; referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin; places made include China; languages include Chinese, English, French, Spanish, Arabic, German
Drawer D-4, Folder 12

China: Cultural Revolution - Children 1957; 1973-1979

Physical Description: 28

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Red Guards, military, Taiwan-mainland relations, farming, agriculture, food, prosperity, education, arts and culture, livestock, International Children’s Day, multiculturalism, ethnic diversity, international solidarity, health, medicine, vaccinations, military training, libraries; makers include Jiaxing Tong, People's Fine Arts (Shanghai), Shanghai People’s Publishing House, China Publications Centre, Lin Yingshan, Feng Guolin; references or specifically about ethnic minorities, Little hero Xie Rong policy (story series), hero series, Mongolia, Heroic Little Sisters on the Grassland; referenced individuals include Lei Feng, Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Dong Cunrui; places made include Beijing (China); languages include Chinese, French, English, German
Drawer D-4, Folder 13

China: Cultural Revolution - Labor and Development 1966-1975

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Dazhai (Shanxi, China), agriculture, farming, electricity, electrical work, infrastructure, calendars, women, education, children, construction, Zhengzhou Worker Strike, commemorations, productivity, energy, food, hydroelectricity, ships, ports, dams, harvest, poetry; makers include Shanghai People's Publishing House, Chen Zhongyi, Tianjin People’s Fine Arts Publishing House, Shanghai Revolutionary Committee, Beijing Revolutionary Committee, Zhao Junjie, Su Wenyan, Li Shuang-cheng, Ma Xueli, Wang Shaoshi, Wang Kehua, Xu Zhenwen; references or specifically about Learn from Dazhai campaign, Jiangnan (China), Yangtze River, Zhengzhou Worker Strike, Zhengzhou Railway Bureau, Xin'An River Hydropower Station; referenced individuals include Qian Daxin, Liu Youtao
Drawer D-4, Folder 14

China: Cultural Revolution - Cardstock 1970

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communism, Autumn Harvest Uprising, Chinese Civil War; references or specifically about Kuomintang (KMT)
Drawer D-4, Folder 15

China: Cultural Revolution - Dry-Mounted on Cardboard 1970

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

related topics include international solidarity, imperialism; makers include Shanghai People's Publishing House, China International Bookstore; languages include Chinese, English, French, Spanish
Drawer D-4, Folder 16

China: Cultural Revolution - Various Topics 1958-1969

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include international solidarity, workers’ solidarity, labor, military service, World War II, student movements, oppression, festivals, cultural events; makers include People's Fine Arts, China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA); references or specifically about Beijing University, Battle of Stalingrad, Asia, Africa, revisionist art and literature, proletarian revolution; places made include China; languages include Chinese, Russian
Drawer D-4, Folder 17

China: Cultural Revolution - Various Topics - Offsets 1966-1975

Physical Description: 42

Scope and Content Note

related topics include arts and culture, exercise, health, military, militia, labor, farm workers, agriculture, farming, construction, irrigation, harvest festival, community-building, civilian-military solidarity, Maoism, Japan, students, education, foreign education, performance arts, stevedores, dock workers, communism, medicine, communal fishing, communes, arts and culture, production, productivity, performances, World War II, Japanese invasion, People's Liberation Army, Chinese Civil War, poetry, Bangla, peace, education, films, documentaries, international solidarity, weapons, militarism, political power; makers include The Shanghai People's Publishing House, China Publications Centre, Ye Lu Mei, Beijing Xinhua Printing Offset Printing, Dong Zhengyi, Jen Meng-chang, Yang Wei-ming, People’s Fine Arts Publishing House (Beijing), Tung His-wen, China Film Company, People’s Liberation Army; references or specifically about "The Red Sun Over Yenan", "Memorial Boat to the Revolution, South Lake, Chekiang Province", Shaoshan (China), Yongjiang Sun, Huxian Farmers Exhibition, Zirong, Red Detachment of Women (ballet), Battle of Pinghsingkuan Pass, Yangtze River, Dongshan County (China), democracy, proletariat, Revolutionary Committee of Beijing, Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book), Peking Revolutionary Committee; referenced individuals include Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Lei Feng; places made include Beijing (China); languages include Chinese, English, French, German, Spanish
Drawer D-4, Folder 18

China: Cultural Revolution - Various Topics - Oversize 1967-1979

Physical Description: 34

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communism, Paris Commune, socialism, children, trees, forest protection, ecology, environmental conservation, international solidarity, labor, industry, engineering, Gang of Four, mining, steel plants, athletics, gymnastics, Chinese Civil War, Huaihai Campaign (Battle of Hsupeng), women, farming, agriculture, education, steel production, productivity, industrialization, Taiwan, U.S. imperialism, economic development; makers include Shanghai People's Publishing House, Guozi Shudian, Shanghai People's Fine Arts Publishing House, Li Zhiyong, Fengdao Feng Yuan, Sports Committee, Tianjin Bureau of Creative Arts, Revolutionary Committee of Tianjin, Wang Yongqiang, Beijing Amateur Art Group, Weng Yat, China International Bookstore, Central Academy of Fine Arts; references or specifically about Daqing (China), science, self-reliance, workers, peasants, soldiers, agricultural mechanization, Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-tung (Little Red Book), reactionaries, paper tigers, five year plans; referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Eugène Varlin, Jaroslaw Dabrowski, Louise Michel, Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Jiang Qing, Zhang Chunqiao, Yao Wenyuan, Wang Hongwen, Eugène Edine Pottier, Wang Guofu; places made include China; languages include Chinese, English, French, German
Drawer D-5, Folder 1

Angola: People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola - Labour Party (MPLA) / Agostinho Neto 1970-1977

Physical Description: 31

Scope and Content Note

related topics include May Day, labor, independence movement, anniversaries, international solidarity, international aid, 1977, Partido Do Trabalho, communism, socialism, Vietnam War, South Africa, Apartheid, U.S. imperialism, racism, quotes from Neto, women; makers include Angola Por Offset LDA - Luanda, Sarah Pine, Angola Comite/Mondlane Stichting A'dam, Imprensa Nacional de Angola, RPA-MINFA-INA, National Union of Angolan Workers / União Nacional de Trabalhadores (UNTA), Liberation Support Movement, Coalition Press, MPLA / ARMAL, LSM; places made include Netherlands, Angola, USA, Oregon (USA), Washington (USA), Canada; referenced individuals include Agostinho Neto, Vladimir Lenin, Jose Condesse (Commander Y. Toka), Spartacus Monimambu, Americo Boavida, José Mendes de Carvalho (Hoji-ya-Henda); references or specifically about WUD, Angolan Youth's Day, Day of Angolan Women, Propaganda Department (DIP) of MPLA, National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA); languages include Portuguese, English, Dutch, French, Spanish
Drawer D-5, Folder 2

Angola: Various Topics 1976-1977

Physical Description: 23

Scope and Content Note

related topics include May Day, labor, anniversaries, People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola - Labour Party (MPLA), marches and demonstrations, international solidarity, anti-war, children, imperialism, Mozambique, cultural events, art exhibitions, water, health, sanitation, sugar cane, literacy, education, National Liberation Front of Angola (FNLA), anti-MPLA, coffee production, forced labor, coffee boycotts, Douwe Egberts (corporation), counter-revolutionary forces, socialism, Angolan War of Independence; makers include National Union of Angolan Workers / União Nacional de Trabalhadores (UNTA), Regral, Grafitécnica, Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, Roberto Casanueva, Jerry Biggs, African Support Committee, PSIUP, Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika, RPA Minfa, International Union of Students, MPLA Solidarity Committee, Seattle MPLA Solidarity Committee, Angola Comité; places made include Illinois (USA), Cuba, Netherlands, Angola, New York (USA), Washington (USA); referenced individuals include Agostinho Neto, Vladimir Lenin, Helder Neto, Garcia Neto, Eurico Manuel Correia Gonçalves, Ho Chi Minh; languages include Spanish, English, Portuguese, Dutch; references or specifically about Vietnam War, Cuba, China, People's Armed Forces for the Liberation of Angola (FAPLA); produced by or supporting Tropenmuseum (Amsterdam)
Drawer D-5, Folder 3

Zaire / Democratic Republic of the Congo 1992-2009

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include prisons, political prisoners, books and publications, benefit events, international aid, health centers, Burundi, Liberia, Gambia, Sierra Leone, medical missions, fundraisers, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), corporatism, fascism; makers include Serge Diantantu, Mandala Edition, Freedom Rising Africa Solidarity Committee, Ingenieure Ohne Grenzen, TU Berlin, Angola Comité (Amsterdam), unVOZprint; references or specifically about Fua Dia Congo, Multi-Kulti-Café; places made include Democratic Republic of the Congo, California (USA), Germany, Los Angeles (California, USA), Netherlands; referenced individuals include Simon Kimbangu, Patrice Lumumba, Mobutu Sese Seko, Rob Blomjous; languages include English, French, Dutch, German
Drawer D-5, Folder 4

Tanzania / Botswana 1964-1990

Physical Description: 5

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anniversaries, marathons, children, arts and culture; makers include Ministry of Information and Tourism, Printpak Tanzania, Tshipidi Promotions, UNICEF, Jesper Kirknaes; places made include Tanzania, Botswana; referenced individuals include Msagula, Ojajamonda, Z. Chimwanda, S. C. Mpata, M. Saidi, E. S. Tingatinga, K. H. Tebo, M. Ruta; references or specifically about Southern African Development Community (SADC); languages include Swahili, English
Drawer D-5, Folder 5

Namibia 1982-1987

Physical Description: 37

Scope and Content Note

related topics include South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), mercenaries, Angola, U.S. imperialism, white supremacy, racism, children, education, anniversaries, South Africa, political prisoners, colonialism, Namibia Women’s Day, 1959 massacre, alcoholism, national independence, elections, peace, fair elections, art exhibitions, political posters, benefit events, natural resources; makers include John Brown Anti-Klan Committee, International Defence and Aid Fund (IDAF), Utopie, Nambia Support Committee, Blackrose Press, The Guardian Newsweekly, National Archives of Namibia, South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), Roman Catholic Social Unit (Katutura), United Nations, United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG), SWAPO Women’s Solidarity Campaign, Glad Day Press, Artworks, Holland Committee On Southern Africa, Departamento de Información Pública de las Naciones Unidas; references or specifically about SWAPO foreign mission, Soweto uprising of 1976, Kassinga Massacre (Cassinga Massacre), The Bible; referenced individuals include Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, Pablo Neruda, Sam Nujoma, John Muafangejo, James Matthews, Eleazer Tuhadaleni (Kahumba Kandola), Mvula ya Nangolo, Sven Asberg, Kwame Nkrumah; places made include United Kingdom, USA, Zambia, Namibia, Switzerland; languages include English, French, unidentified vernacular languages, German, Spanish
Drawer D-5, Folder 6

Southern Africa: Various Topics 1987-1997

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include calendars, Azania, biodiversity, ecology, Zambezi Basin, water resources, South Africa, Namibia, children, refugees, international aid, Mozambique, conferences, landmines, safety, poverty, marches and demonstration, U.S. intervention, segregation, racism, Mozambique, Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Angola, Malawi, Swaziland, Lesotho; makers include State of the Environment Reporting in the Zambezi Basin (SOEPROZ), Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency), Southern African Research and Documentation Centre (SARDC), Screenlitho, San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee, Malangatana Valente Ngwenya, Lithosphere Co-op, Tali Geva-Bradley, National Student Coalition Against Racism, Information Department, International Defence and Aid Fund (IDAF), Development and Peace; references or specifically about IMERCSA; referenced individuals include George Hallett, James Matthews; places made include California (USA), United Kingdom (UK), Ontario (Canada); languages include English
Drawer D-5, Folder 7

Angola: Various Topics - Oversize 1970-1987

Physical Description: 28

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, colonialism, Portugal, economy, U.S. intervention, South Africa, food prices, economics, labor, conferences, People's Armed Forces for the Liberation of Angola (FAPLA), Independence Day (1975), land mines, international aid, women, prisoners, international solidarity, May Day, agriculture, Vietnam War, racism, imperialism; makers include People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola - Labour Party (MPLA), Liberation Support Movement, African Support Committee, Sarah Pine, Southern Africa Solidarity Committee, Solidaritätskomitee Der DDR, Jerry Biggs, Mozambique Angola Committee, Anti-Apartheid Movement, Coalition Press; references or specifically about WUD, Africa Peace Tour, National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA), anti-UNITA, Day of Angolan Women, Angola Emergency Campaign; referenced individuals include Agostinho Neto, Dorothy Thoma; places made include Canada, Angola, Greece, California (USA), United Kingdom, Oregon (USA); languages include Portuguese, English, French, Greek, German
Drawer D-5, Folder 8

Mozambique 1972-2004

Physical Description: 32

Scope and Content Note

related topics include commemorations, anniversaries, Mozambique Liberation Front / Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (FRELIMO), national independence, Zimbabwe, international solidarity, imperialism, colonialism, apartheid, South Africa, Grenada, peace, reconstruction, agricultural production, labor, women, conferences, revolution, education, marches and demonstrations, volunteer labor, May Day; makers include Liberation Support Movement, Arena Press, The Organization of Mozambican Women / Organização da Mulher Moçambicana (OMM), CIDAC, unVOZprint, Committee for a Free Mozambique; references or specifically about Mozambican flags, FRELIMO flags, Solidarity Week (Feb. 20-27, 1983), African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC), Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU), People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola - Labour Party (MPLA), African National Congress (ANC), corn, Apartheid's Second Front, FRELIMO Day, Cabora Bassa Dam, Dam Busters Committee; referenced individuals include Maurice Bishop, Samora Machel, Bob Marley, Arthur Winner, Joaquim Chissano, Malangatana Ngwenya, Josina Machel, Jorge Rebelo; places made include Washington (USA), California (USA), Mozambique, British Columbia (Canada), New York (USA), United Kingdom; languages include English, Portuguese, French, German
Drawer D-5, Folder 9

Namibia: Various Topics - Oversize 1976-1989

Physical Description: 78

Scope and Content Note

related topics include boycotts, South African intervention, Apartheid, United Nations, natural resources, Namibian Uranium Contract, colonialism, anniversaries, UNESCO, racism, poverty, international solidarity, anti-imperialism, sanctions, refugees, national independence, health, public health, health care, fair elections, voting, peace, women, labor, maps of conflicts in Namibia and South Africa, religion, Christianity, political prisoners, children; makers include International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, CANUC, Ian Denning, United Nations Council for Namibia, Anti-Apartheid Movement, Libris, Goodwin Press, Glad Day Press, United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, Erdély Dániel, Klebercz Gábor, E. DiMuro, Holland Committee on Southern Africa, United Nations Transition Assistance Group (UNTAG), South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), Central International de Solidarité Ouvrière (CISO), Jane Ray; references or specifically about United Nations Decree No. 1 (1974), 11th World Festival of Youth and Students (1978), The Bible, Cassinga Massacre, SWAPO Printshop Project, Prayer Day; referenced individuals include Kwame Nkrumah, Sam Nujoma, Stephan Dlamini, John Ya Otto; places made include United Kingdom, Netherlands, Namibia, France, California (USA), Quebec (Canada), British Columbia (Canada); languages include English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Spanish
Drawer D-5, Folder 10

Zimbabwe: Various Topics 1972-1988

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include international aid, fasting, hunger, Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), benefit events, children, health, education, refugees, American International School Dhaka (AISD), housing, water, Wilmington 10, political prisoners, women, U.S. imperialism, white supremacy, racism, international solidarity, Rhodesia, colonialism, guerilla (guerrilla) warfare; makers include Oxfam America, Tashanduka Cooperative, Michael Scott, The Print Shop, Nzinga Publishing House, Chaz Maviyane-Davies, National Coalition to Support African Liberation, Liberation Support Movement, Justice for Rhodesia Campaign; references or specifically about African People’s Socialist Party, UNICEF, African Liberation Day (1978), Year of the People’s Storm (1979), Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU); referenced individuals include Robert Mugabe, Steve Biko, Jimmy Carter, Leonid Brezhnev, Callistus Ndlovu; places made include Massachusetts (USA), New York (USA), Zimbabwe, Minnesota (USA), British Columbia (Canada), United Kingdom; languages include English
Drawer D-5, Folder 11

Zimbabwe 1975-2001

Physical Description: 45

Note

includes series of 12 posters titled "Another Battle Begun"

Scope and Content Note

related topics include international solidarity, students, labor, racial unity, conferences, children, sexual abuse, unemployment, poverty, economics, food, hunger, agricultural market reforms, poetry, cooperatives, farming, factories, industry, commerce, business development, education, capitalism, women, collective co-operatives, racism, land-mines, wealth inequality, tobacco, mineral extraction, international sanctions, tourism, land rights, colonialism, biodiversity, State of the Environment Reporting in the Zambezi Basin (SOEPROZ), ecology, anniversaries, national independence, arts and culture, Zimbabwe Publishing House (ZPH) writers; makers include International Union of Students, International Student Conference (ISC), Nzinga Publishing House, Stefan Huber, Zimbabwe National Association For Mental Health (ZIMNAMH), Structural Adjustment Participatory Review International Network, Judith Schroeder, Bruce Batton, The Maviyane-Project, Memorial Co-operative Society, Chaz Maviyane-Davies, Women and Land Lobby Group, The Institute for Community Organization and Development, Sida (Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency), Southern African Research and Documentation Centre (SARDC), Zimbabwe Publishing House (ZPH); references or specifically about Rhodesia, Burning Spear Publications, African People’s Socialist Party, Structural Adjustment Participatory Review Initiative (SAPRI), UNICEF, black nationalism, white oppression, Umtali, Mazowe District, Mozambique, Inyanga, Eastern Highlands, United Nations sanctions, Honde Valley, Salisbury, World Mental Health Day, World Health Organization (WHO), National Archives (Zimbabwe), Chimurenga; referenced individuals include Mbuya Nehanda (Shona spirit medium); places made include Netherlands, California (USA), Zimbabwe, Ohio (USA); languages include English, unidentified vernacular languages
Drawer D-5, Folder 12

Mozambique 1968-1999

Physical Description: 61

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related topics include anniversaries, poverty, arts and culture, children, education, agriculture, food, war, calendars, public health, vaccinations, FRELIMO posters, art exhibitions, women, socialism, women’s rights, folk arts, labor, working class, cultural events, collective cooperatives, Cahora Bassa Dam, gun safety, firearms, police, elections, voting, national independence, May Day, conferences, production, conferences; makers include Angola Comite, Rob Figee, Artists Against Poverty, Government of Zimbabwe, United Nations Development Program (UNDP), The Organization of Mozambican Women / Organização da Mulher Moçambicana (OMM), Mozambique-INAC-DNPP, BIP, Cegraf, Inkworks Press, Liga dos Direito Humanos (LDH), Embaixada dos Paísea Baixos, R&R, Comissão Nacional de Eleições (CME), INN, Arthur Wimer, Minerva Central, Divulgações Simaria; references or specifically about Mozambique Liberation Front / Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (FRELIMO), Grenada, "O Povo Organizado", Chicago Mozambique Film Project, Oxfam, Apartheid, National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Comité Central, Mozambican Women’s Day, African Liberation Day (1982); referenced individuals include Samora Machel, Maurice Bishop, Bob Marley, Eduardo Mondlane, Gill Allen, Malangatana Valente Ngwenya, Eduardo Mondlane, Jorge Rebelo, Josina Machel; places made include Netherlands, California (USA), Mozambique, Portugal, United Kingdom, USA, Germany; languages include Dutch, English, Portuguese, German
Drawer D-6, Folder 1

South Africa: Various Topics - Oversize 1986-2003

Physical Description: 9

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political prisoners, solidarity, Soweto (South Africa), tourism, Johannesburg centenary, community police forums, local governments, diversity, law enforcement, Shell Oil, Azania, labor, calendars; places made include Paris (France); languages include French, English, Zulu, Afrikaans; makers include Association française d'amitié et de solidarité avec les peuples d'Afrique (AFASPA), Mouvement contre le Racisme et pour l'Amitié entre les Peuples (MRAP), Mouvement Anti-Apartheid/CAO, United Nations, José Balmes, Libres, African Impression, SATOUR; referenced individuals include Walter Sisulu, African National Congress (ANC)
Drawer D-6, Folder 2

South Africa: Apartheid - Oversize 1978-1988

Physical Description: 18

Scope and Content Note

related topics include prisons, international solidarity, anti-war, political prisoners, Zimbabwe, Namibia, marches and demonstrations, oil, petroleum, boycotts, Christianity, religion, Shell oil, Gulf (corporation), labor, anti-nuclear, conferences, South African history, timelines, refugees, U.S. imperialism, University of Washington (UW), corporations, corporatism; makers include Liberation Graphics, L. Belsky, V. Potapov, Plakat Publisher, Committee on South African War Resistance (COSAWR), Jürgen Grefe, Grafiques Canigo, AFASPA, Matthias Klemm, Pan-African Liberation Committee, Revolutionary Marxist League (Jamaica), Revolutionary Socialist League (USA), David King, Twentieth Century Press, Claudia Canesso, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Gavin Jantjes; references or specifically about Jesus Christ, United Nations, Steag, swastikas, U.S. flag; referenced individuals include Nelson Mandela, Herman Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, Edson Sithole, B. J. Vorster (John Vorster), A.J.A. Roux; places made include Virginia (USA), United Kingdom, Germany, France, Netherlands, Massachusetts (USA); languages include English, Russian, German, French, Dutch
Drawer D-6, Folder 3

South Africa: Voting 1994-1999

Physical Description: 5

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includes cardstock

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political parties, sample ballots, voting instructions, elections, peace, identification papers; makers include Voter Education Programme of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM), African National Congress (ANC), Mandla Publishing, Arthur Konigkramer, Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP); referenced individuals include Mandla Mchunu, Mangosuthu Buthelezi; places made include South Africa, United Kingdom; languages include English, Afrikaans, Zulu
Drawer D-6, Folder 4

South Africa: Nelson Mandela - Oversize 1990-2001

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include presidential elections, political prisoners, international solidarity; makers include African National Congress (ANC), Deutsche Kommunistische Partei (DKP), Athena International, Parti Communiste Français (PCF); references or specifically about communism; referenced individuals include Peter Turnley; places made include South Africa, Germany, United Kingdom, France; languages include English, German, French
Drawer D-6, Folder 5

South Africa: Women - Oversize 1984-1999

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include sexism, racism, democracy, conferences, apartheid, gender equality, international solidarity, Namibia; makers include Victor Levie, Frank Langedijk, Commission for Gender Equality (CGE), Japan Anti-Apartheid Committee, Yoko Furiya, Women’s Development Foundation (WDF), Shereno Printers, African National Congress (ANC), United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, Erdély Dániel, Klebercz Gábor; references or specifically about South African Women’s Day Anti-Pass Campaign (1956), Sowetan, pass laws, National Women’s Day; referenced individuals include Pieter Boersma, Cedric Nunn, Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela; places made include Netherlands, Japan, South Africa; languages include Dutch, English, Japanese
Drawer D-6, Folder 6

South Africa: Labor 1977-2001

Physical Description: 20

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includes encapsualted items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include mining, employment, corporations, U.S. imperialism, wages, foreign aid, US investments, May Day, strikes, apartheid, trade unions, Shell Oil, boycotts, youth, international solidarity, conferences, reconstruction, socialism, Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), political prisoners, disappeared persons, calendars; makers include Red Tide, African National Congress (ANC), Red Sun Press, The Africa Fund Labor Desk, S. Hodgson, Inkworks Press, Anti-Apartheid Movement, LAFSAM, African National Congress (ANC) Youth, Shelley Sacks, TUC, John Swain and Son, Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union Of S.A. (CCAWUSA), National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (NUMSA); references or specifically about The Alex Comrades, International Defense and Aid for Southern Africa, United Nations General Assembly’s Programme of Action Against Apartheid, ICFTU, NUMSA; referenced individuals include Oliver Tambo, B. J. Vorster (John Vorster), Moses Mayekiso; places made include Michigan (USA), Los Angeles (California, USA), New York (USA), United Kingdom, Belgium, South Africa; languages include English, French
Drawer D-6, Folder 7

South Africa: Labor - Mayibuye Series 1997

Physical Description: 25

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includes "Builders of a Nation" series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor history, land rights, wages, minimum wage, agricultural workers, child labor, tot system, alcohol, Western Cape (South Africa), poverty, share croppers, farm labor tenants, evictions, post-apartheid South Africa, mining industry, mine workers, Chinese laborers, gold mines, Witwatersrand (South Africa), labor segregation, labor safety, labor health, strikes, diamonds, migrants labor, women, indentured labor, Natal (South Africa), sugar industry, Indian laborers, plantations, artisan labor, Malaysian slaves, Khoi, Nama, !Kung (sic), Afrikaans language, Boers, socialism, Transvaal (South Africa), white workers, black unions, apartheid, pass system, identification papers, service laborers, religious missions, nurses, community laborers, shanty towns, transport laborers; makers include Mayibuye Centre, Department of Labour (South Africa), Luli Callinicos, Joh Berndt, Mediaworks, Levson, Eli Weinberg, Lesly Lawson, Ernst Cole, Lev Son, Lukhoff, South African Cultural Museum, Museum Africa, Mavis Mthandeki, Primrose Talakumeni; references or specifically about Security of Tenure Bill (1997), Labour Relations Act (1997), National Union of Mineworkers, Land Act (1913), Orange Free State, Food and Canning Workers Union, Distributive Workers Union, Building Workers Union, Garment Workers Union, Industrial and Commercial Workers Union (ICU), Communist Party, Ikaka Iaba Sebenzi (Shield of the Workers), Council of Non-European trade unions (CNETU), National Party, South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), Suppression of Communism Act (1950), Congress of the People, Freedom Charter (1955), Pound a Day campaign, Democratic Labour Movement, Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), Azanian Congress of Trade Unions (AZACTU), Federation of South African Trade Unions (FOSATU), United Democratic Front (UDF), Labour Relations Act (LRA) (1995), Commission for Conciliation, Mediation, and Arbitration (CCMA); languages include English; referenced individuals include Mahatma Gandhi, Clements Kadalie
Drawer D-6, Folder 8

South Africa: Artists Against Apartheid 1982

Physical Description: 9

Scope and Content Note

related topics include racism, indigenous imagery, exploitation, women, pregnancy; referenced individuals include Nelson Mandela, Steven Smith; languages English, French, German, Spanish; makers include S.P.A.M. United Nations, Wilfredo Lam, Gavin Jantjes, Leonardo Cremonini, Arman, Louis le Brocquy, Julio Le Parc, Roy Lichtenstein, Lucebert, Antonio Saura, Robert Rauschenberg, Ernest Pignon-Ernest, Paul Rebeyrolle, Antoni Tàpies, Joe Tilson, Wolf Vostell, Imprimerie Union Paris, Imprimerie Lafayette, Société Nouvelle de l'I.M.L.; places made include France
Drawer D-6, Folder 9

South Africa: Art Against Apartheid 1984-1989

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

related topics include education, benefit events, poetry, music, children; makers include Geo Smith, Thom Corn, Carole Byard, Akuaba Productions, The Print Shop, Cliff Joseph, Clay; places made include Los Angeles (California, USA), New York (USA); referenced individuals include Juma Santos; references or specifically about Coalition of Artists and Supporting Organizations, Foundation for the Community of Artists, United Nations, Orlando Julius Ekemode and the Nigerian All Stars
Drawer D-6, Folder 10

South Africa: Women 1980-1995

Physical Description: 59

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Azania, poetry, trade union leaders, International Women's Day, calendars, teachers, women's rights, labor, Soweto (South Africa), marches and demonstrations, children, political prisoners, soldiers, anniversaries, quotations, African proverbs, militancy, religion, elections, voting, discrimination against women, apartheid, May Day, health, education, violence against women, domestic violence, domestic servants, migrant workers, unemployment, repatriation; referenced individuals include Miriam Makeba, Winnie Mandela, Bashira, Boniswa Ncukana, Kate Molale, Hettie September, Ray Alexander, Florence Matomela, Mary Moodley, Charlotte Maxeke, Baleka Kgositsile (Baleka Mbete), Dorothy Nyembe, Rebecca Matlou, Agostinho Neto, Barbara Masekela, Desmond Tutu, Frank M. Reid, Marlaa' M. Reid, Ilva Mackay, Vinie Burrows, Alice Walker, Margaret Burnham, Liz Hollis, Dora Tamana; makers include Sue Williamson, Be A Force, R.E. Edwards, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Nzinga Publishing House, African People's Socialist Party, Burning Spear Publications, Detroit Free Press, David Tumley, MIchigan Coalition for Human Rights, Active Voice, English Litracy (sic) Project (English Literacy Project, ELP), CUSO, Bhoyes, David Fichter, South African Support Project (SASP), Red Sun Press, Cassandra, Mike Prokosh, Boston Transafrica, Lawyers for Human Rights, Allied Printing, Thomas Vercher, Women's National Coalition, Vaneshran Aramugam, Women's Development Foundation (WDF), Gender Advocacy Programme (GAP), Malick Abarder, Litho Printers, Colbridge Works, Colbridge Crescent; references or specifically about Pan-African Congress (PAC), Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College - the ANC School - Tanzania, Defiance Campaign, Umkhonto we Sizwe, African National Congress (ANC), Freedom Charter, South African Women's Day, The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), Year of the Women, Stadsschouwburg (Amsterdam, Netherlands), International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAF), African National Congress 75th anniversary, Masimanyane Women's Support Centre; places made include Dares Salaam (Tanzania), Cape Town (South Africa), California (USA), Minnesota (USA), Massachusetts (USA), Seattle (USA), London (United Kingdom), Amsterdam (Netherlands); languages include English, Zulu, Dutch
Drawer D-6, Folder 11

South Africa: Various Topics 1978-1992

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include cultural events, children, ritual offerings, human rights violations, quotations, international solidarity, political prisoners, boycotts, marches and demonstrations, religious activism, National Day Protest, apartheid, Soweto (South Africa), communism, South African Communist Party (SACP), anniversaries, calendars, women, history of the African National Congress (ANC), 1950s culture in South Africa, South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), U.S. imperialism, documentaries, political cartoons, executions, torture, The Freedom Charter of 1955, youth, conferences, peace, racial integration, Azania, colonialism; languages include German, English, Zulu, Swahili, [unknown African languages], Arabic, French, Spanish, Italian, Xhosa; places made include Germany, South Africa, Berkeley (USA), United Kingdom, Seattle (USA), New York (USA), Washington D.C. (USA), France, United Kingdom, California (USA), Italy; makers include Informationsstelle Südliches Afrika (ISSA), H. Schröder, Institute for Multi-Party Democracy (MPD), Call to Conscience Network, Allied Printing, Mano Prints, Petra Röhr-Rouendaal, Campaign Graphics, South Africa Support Project, Francis Meli, Jacky Diale, Natasha Krenbol, Impremerie Utopie, Los Angeles Free South Africa Movement (LAFSAM), All People's Congress, People's Anti-War Mobilization, I. Firestein, Russell Press, Anti-Apartheid Movement (London), Catholic Archdiocese of Durban, Andrew Verster, Our Developing World, Black Sash, Afrapix, M. De Gobbi, M. Fanteni; referenced individuals include Desmond Tutu, Nelson Mandela, Baleka Kgositsile, Jürgen Schadeberg, Claudia Schadeberg, J.R.A. Bailey, Miriam Makeba, B. J. Vorster (John Vorster), Steve Biko, Rebusoajoang, Nyati Pokela, Jonas Savimbi; references or specifically about Bailey's African Photo Archives, Rizospastis (Greece), Amnesty International, Kliptown (South Africa), police state, Natal youth organizations, Peace Pledge Union (London), Oxfam, African Solidarity Committee (San Francisco)
Drawer D-6, Folder 12

South Africa: Women - Mayibuye Series 1990s

Physical Description: 24

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"An Illustrated History of the Struggle of South African Women"

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Women’s Charter (1990s), rural women, urban women, women’s roles, agriculture, medical work, health care, religion, communal gardens, police brutality, poverty, labor, garment workers, Afrikaans women, boycotts, bus services, domestic work, World War II, farm workers, wages, factories, unions, protests, union organizing, colonialism, communism, Anglo-Boer War, voting rights, discrimination, Black Sash (women’s organization), racism, sexism, conferences, apartheid, housing, working women’s rights, trade unionists, maternity rights and benefits, Women’s National Coalition, prisons, women political prisoners, HIV/AIDS, identification papers, passbooks; makers include Mayibuye Centre, Jon Berndt, Lesley Lawson; references or specifically about Women’s National Coalition (WNC), Federation of South African Women (FSAW), African National Congress (ANC), Alexandra township, Cato Manor, Labour Relations Act, National Union of Metal Workers (NUMSA), Metal and Allied Workers Union (MAWU), Zulu peoples, ANC Women’s League, Communist Party of South Africa, Orange Free State, Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), United Democratic Front, Sophiatown Removal (1954), "No Turning Back" (1992), South African Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union (SACCAWU), Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), Food and Allied Workers Union, ANCWL, United Women’s Organization, ESCOM, NAPWA, Union buildings in Pretoria (1956); referenced individuals include Paulina Dlamini, Dora Tamana, Elsie Mbatha, Johanna Masilela, Anna Hlatswayo, Mam Lydia Kompe-Ngwenya, Harriet Colenso, Charlotte Manye Maxeke, Molly Wolton, Sol Plaatje, Lilian Masediba Ngoyi, Thandi Modise, Frances Baard, Rita Ndzanga, Liz Abrahams (Elizabeth "Nanna" Abrahams), Frene Ginwala, Albertina Sisulu, Leah Tutu, Cheryl Carolus, Dawn Mokhobo, Mercy Mahlanele, Annie Silinga; places made include South Africa; languages include English
Drawer D-7, Folder 1

South Africa: Nelson Mandela 1983-1990

Physical Description: 56

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includes "Mandela's 70th Birthday Tribute" series

Scope and Content Note

makers include Success Coop, Public Broadcasting Service, International Defend and Aid Fund for South Africa, Ralph Steadman, Comité de défense des libertés et des droits de l'homme, Malangatana Valente Ngwenya, Schröder, Sue Coe, Keith Herring, John N. Muafangejo, Robert Magubane, British Defence and Aid Fund for South Africa, David King, Shadowdean Lld., Jurgen Schadeberg, Centre Court Studio, London Caledonia Press, IDAF Publications, Peter Wahl, Imprimerie TIPE, Chester Higgins Jr., L. Gubb, JB Pictures, Wahlen, Focus, M. Garcia, British Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, Athena International, Ltd.; produced by or supporting African National Congress (ANC), The Nelson Mandela Reception Committee, Reucontre Nationale Contre; related topics include prison, biographical documentaries, political prisoners, birthdays, presidential elections, 70th birthday tribute, 60th birthday, musical performances, benefit events, international relief aid, Namibian political prisoners, quotations, poetry; languages include Zulu, English, French, German, Spanish, Arabic, [unknown language(s)]; places made include London (UK), Canada, France, Dar es Salaam (Tanzania); references or specifically about United Democratic Front (UDF), Artists Against Apartheid, Robben Island, Voices from Robben Island, Schadeberg Movie Company, South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), Cry Freedom, Radio Mandela (Frankfurt), Freedom Tour 1990, Asherville Sports Complex; referenced individuals include Zinzi Mandela, Oliver Tambo, Ronald Reagan, Claudia Schadeberg, Desmond Tutu, Winnie Mandela, Josette Simon, John Matshikiza, Richard Attenborough, Trevor Huddleston, Andimba Toivo ja Toivo
Drawer D-7, Folder 2

South Africa: Nelson Mandela - U.S. Made 1978-1993

Physical Description: 51

Scope and Content Note

related topics include cultural events, birthday tributes, African National Congress (ANC), labor solidarity, prisons, films, divestment, voting rights, elections, 1990 prison release; makers include Artis Lane, Thomas Vercher, Nelson Mandela Reception Committee, Fund for a Free South Africa, Kim Berman, Red Sun Press, Salsedo Press, Abena P.A. Busia, Prince of Peace Productions, HBO Pictures, United Automobile Workers (UAW), Kim Fujiwara, HandPrints, University Student Senate - City University of New York (CUNY), Friends of the ANC, Arab American Institute, Angel Ink, J. Witt, Pathfinder Press, The Bay Area Anti-Apartheid Network, AT&T, T. Gorton, Dumje; references or specifically about Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York Anti-Apartheid Coordinating Council, Soweto, National Anti-Apartheid Protest Committee, Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), AFL-CIO; referenced individuals include David Hinckley, Hollie West, Yasser Arafat, Danny Glover, Angela Davis, Ron Dellums, Lindiwe Mabuza, Dumile Feni, A. Hughes; places made include New York (USA), Los Angeles (California, USA), Massachusetts (USA), Chicago (Illinois, USA), Detroit (Michigan, USA), Florida (USA), Iowa (USA); languages include English, Spanish
Drawer D-7, Folder 3

South Africa: Boycotts of Specific Products and Corporations 1977-1985

Physical Description: 44

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Includes "Visit South Africa" series by Travel Posters (Berkeley, California)

Scope and Content Note

related topics include fruit, Del Monte, Namibia, sardines, Coca-Cola, apartheid, Shell Oil, corporations, KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines, apples, coal, discrimination, racial segregation, tourism, Nicaragua, trade unions, women, agricultural workers, textile workers, labor, conscientious consumerism, consumer activism, First National Bank of Boston, fruits, diamonds, Gulf Oil, tourism, divestment, international solidarity, Citi Bank, rugby, sports; makers include Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika, Werkgroep Kairos, Jan Koperdraat, East End Offset, Jayne Parker, International Defence and Aid Fund (IDAF), K. Piper, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Rachael Romero, San Francisco Poster Brigade, Inkworks Press, Bay Area Namibia Action Group, Erik Brouwer, Holland Committee on Southern Africa, Jan Wolkers, Twentieth Century Press, National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), A. G. Bishop & Sons, Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, Anti-Apartheid Movement (AA), Rainer Benz, Lynne Okun, Pan-African Liberation Committee, Travel Posters, Egon Kramer, University of Giessen, Los Angeles Free South Africa Movement (LAFSM), Mouvement Anti-Apartheid, Atelier FAP; references or specifically about Ford, Volkswagen, Mobil, IBM, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), Krugerrand, General Motors (GM), Cape, Outspan, SAS, Quantas, Durban, United Nations (UN) Action Against Apartheid, European Economic Community (EEC), Tesco, Summit, Puffin, Sainsbury’s, Soweto (June 16), KOO, Tesco, Die Deutschen Banken, The Springboks; referenced individuals include B. Adjali; places made include Netherlands, United Kingdom, California (USA), Germany, Massachusetts (USA), Belgium, Los Angeles (California, USA), France; languages include English, Dutch, German, French
Drawer D-7, Folder 4

South Africa: General Boycotts and Divestment 1970s-1980s

Physical Description: 29

Scope and Content Note

related topics include university events, debates, blockades, government initiatives for divestment, economic sanctions, miners, labor, agriculture, Namibia, farm workers, women, marches and demonstrations, political prisoners; makers include Illini Forensic Association, Inkworks Press, Kristin Prentice, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Bob Ziering, New York Anti-Apartheid Coordinating Committee, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, GAL, Workers’ Power, Red Tide, Anti Apartheid Movement, Australian Union of Students, Globe Press, HandMade, Anti Apartheid Movement (AAM), East End Offset London; references or specifically about University of Illinois, University of California at Berkeley, Regents’ hearing on UC divestment, Apartheid Brochure, Bill S7151, Cape, Outspan, European Economic Community (EEC), Sharpeville (1960), Soweto (1976), National Anti-Apartheid Protest Committee, California State University at Northridge (CSUN); referenced individuals include Danny Glover, David Tee, Nelson Mandela, Steve Biko; places made include California (USA), Illinois (USA), Pennsylvania (USA), New York (USA), United Kingdom, Australia
Drawer D-7, Folder 5

South Africa: Calendars 1975-1990; [1988-1989]

Physical Description: 25

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includes hard wire bound calendars; includes two complete sets of "The Full Colour 1990 Picture Calendar"; includes International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa; dates in brackets reflect dates of creation of images used in calendars

Scope and Content Note

related topics include illustrated calendars, Namibia, children, peace, women, ecology, wildlife, African animal species, cultural events, spaza shops, commerce, families, Soweto (South Africa), poetry, photographic images, Bulhoek (Whittlesea, Eastern Cape, South Africa); makers include Weekly Mail (United Kingdom), Caroline Cullinan, Tony McGrath, Gavin Jantjes; references or specifically about South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), African National Congress (ANC), 1984 International Year of the Woman, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); referenced individuals include Oswald R. Mtshali, Dennis Brutus, A.N.C. Kumalo, Barry Feinberg, Mazisi Kunene, Mongane Wally Serote, Fezeka Makonese; languages include English, French, German; places made include London (United Kingdom)
Drawer D-7, Folder 6

South Africa: Apartheid Portfolio Calendars 1978-1979

Physical Description: 80

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includes spiral bound calendar; two copies of "The American Committee on Africa" calendar - June month is missing from one

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, human rights, religion, quotations, marches and demonstrations, South African racism, classism, women, government documents, legal repression, Soweto (South Africa), racial violence, identification papers, Southern slavery, U.S. racism, boycotts, divestment, corporatism, oil, soldiers, peace, sports, apartheid; languages include English, Arabic, Spanish, French; makers include Judy Seidman, The American Committee on Africa, The United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, M. Nelson, Debra Solomon, Claire M. Brotman, Margaret McNeil, Andrew Minewski, Kiyo Tabery, Gunter Tschiedel, Howard Grayson, Becky McCurdy, Gene Zeitler, Antonio Frasconi, Mary Nash, Birgit Walker, Chas M. Bankoff, Melanie Milkie, Brian Everett, Pat Cummings, John Chun, Keith Pratt, Connie Harold, Sid Bingham, Bob Ziering, Sharon Commins; referenced individuals include Beyers Naudé, Nelson Mandela, Albert Lutuli, Robert Sobukwe, Oliver Tambo, Desmond Tutu, Joyce Sikakane, Steve Biko, Balthazar Johannes Vorster; references or specifically about Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania, International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid, United Nations Program for the International Anti-Apartheid Year, African National Congress (ANC), Amnesty International, Council of Ministers, Organization of African Unity, New York Times
Drawer D-7, Folder 7

South Africa: Political Prisoners 1977-1988

Physical Description: 28

Note

includes graffiti / defaced item: "Steve Biko Sucks! Zion Shit"

Scope and Content Note

related topics include commemorations, quotations, police brutality, poetry, political asylum, aid, exile, deportations, detentions, marches and demonstrations, apartheid executions, death penalty, union organizers, South African unions, South African communism, Soweto (South Africa), children, child prisoners, Namibia; references or specifically about Steve Biko's funeral, Johannesburg Metal and Allied Workers' Union (MAWU), South African Communist Party (SACP), Soweto Student Representative Council, Robben Island, Southern Africa: the Imprisoned Society (SATIS); referenced individuals include Steve Biko, Dennis Brutus, Khotso Seatlholo, Joseph Mdluli, Moses Mayekiso, Solomon Mahlangu, Vuyisile Mini, Simon Mogoerane, Jerry Mosoloni, Marcus Motaung, Sipho Kubheka, Chris Hanni, Pablo Neruda, Phumlani Ncongwane, Nelson Mandela, Useni Eugene Perkins, Winnie Mandela; makers include Richard Francis Brown, Stephen Nkosi, W. Cooper, Nam, Black Star, Dennis Brutus, David King, Prolecult, Anti-Apartheid Movement, City of London Anti-Apartheid Group, African National Congress (ANC), Northwest Working Press, Amnesty International London, People's Weekly World; languages English, Zulu; places made include London (United Kingdom), USA
Drawer D-7, Folder 8

South Africa: Apartheid 1977-1989

Physical Description: 80

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includes non-paper based items (felt material); includes newsprint

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Sharpeville (South Africa), marches and demonstrations, Zimbabwe, Angola, Tanzania, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia, children, apartheid decrees, South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), violence, quotations, agriculture, Yoruba people, conferences, benefit concerts, racism, poetry, Soweto (South Africa), police brutality, black activists in London, divestment, Regents of the University of California v. Bakke decision, affirmative action, Wilmington 10, political prisoners, university movements, Namibia, international solidarity, labor, legal repression, Nazism, Southern Africa region, Central African region, wages, mining industry, exile, illegal detainment, education, segregation, women, benefit events, religion, executions, coal, Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), demilitarization, Namibian artists; makers include Black Press Institute Spring, Leonora Davis, Salsedo Press, Axie Breen, AFL-CIO, Clay, Sun Distribution International, Mary Greer Mudiku, L. Le Brane, International Artists Group (IAG), Abdul-Hay (possibly Palestinian artist Abdul Hay Mosallam Zarara), Harbinger Publications Inc., Alvin, Campus Press, Laure Galison, Frank Dexter Brown, Kathy Deacon, United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, D. Fenid, City of London Anti-Apartheid Group, Inkworks Press, National Coalition to Support African Liberation, Liberation Support Movement, Imprimerie Borromeé, Black Liberation Press, South African Congress of Trade Unions, Amnesty International, Playboy Foundation, Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement (London), World Campaign Against Military Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa, Victor Leia, David King, David Fichter, African National Congress (Boston), Red Sun Press, Cassandra, Mike Prokosh, UC Berkeley Anti-Apartheid Movement, Grupo Anti-Apartheid de Valencia, University of Colorado Anti-Apartheid Movement, Southern Africa The Imprisoned Society, National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), Chuck Aliberti; places made include Illinois (USA), California (USA), Paris (France), Michigan (USA), Washington D.C. (USA), South Carolina (USA), Netherlands, London (United Kingdom), British Columbia (Canada); references or specifically about Free Africa Movement, Pan-African colors, Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM), South African Ministry of Justice, Shiloh Baptist Church, Howard University, Washington Office on Africa Educational Fund, Auraria Coalition Against Apartheid, South African Freedom Support Committee, The Guardian publication, African National Congress (ANC), Hewlett-Packard, CU South Africa Awareness Group, California State University at Fullerton, Apartheid Awareness Day, University of California at Berkeley, SWAPO Printshop Project, Krugerrand currency, Chinese Revolution posters, Desmond Tutu, Banque de France, South African Women's Day, Women of the Calabash, Women's Ministries Found Day Celebration; languages include English, French, Arabic; referenced individuals include Martin Luther King, Jr., Burt Small, David Packard, Duke Mashobane, Oliver Tambo, Winnie Mandela, Ilva Mackay, Vinie Burrows, Alice Walker, Margaret Burnham, Frank Reid
Drawer D-7, Folder 9

South Africa: Apartheid Portfolio 1977

Physical Description: 52

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includes unbound pages taken from calendars

Scope and Content Note

related topics include racism, peace, children, segregated education, racial unity, athletics, identification papers, racial violence, mass media, legal repression, prisons, divestment, U.S. imperialism, segregation, travel passes; makers include Sharon Commins, Brian Everritt, Connie Harold, International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid, Andrew Mineuski, United Nations Program for the International Anti-Apartheid Year, M. Garcia; references or specifically about Soweto uprising, Sharpeville massacre, Minister of Bantu Education, Massah, identity cards, The New York Times, Amnesty International, Christian Institute of Southern Africa, Colgate, Union of South Africa, Organization of African Unity, Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania, "A Window on Soweto"; referenced individuals include B. J. Vorster (John Vorster), Desmond Tutu, Beyers Naudé, Albert Lutuli, Nelson Mandela, Robert Sobukwe, Steve Biko, Joyce Sikakane; languages include English, Bantu
Drawer D-7, Folder 10

South Africa: African National Congress (ANC) 1955-1994

Physical Description: 67

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related topics include The Freedom Charter of 1955, students, youth, international solidarity, labor, women, African National Congress (ANC) anniversaries, marches and demonstrations, radio, benefit concerts, African National Congress (ANC) leaders, sanctions, art exhibitions, photography, public health, tuberculosis, segregated health care, trade unionists, political prisoners, disappeared persons, tourism, colonialism, U.S. imperialism, elections, voting, education; makers include International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, Flashprint Enterprises, National Organization of Labour Students, Royal, African National Congress (Bonn), Plambeck & Co., Solidarity Committee of the German Democratic Republic, Rob Schröder, Lies Ros, Frank Beekers, African National Congress (ANC), London Caledonian Press, African National Congress (ANC) Youth League, Carl Smool, Shadowdean Ltd., International Union of Students, Antonio P. Domingues, TUC, John Swain & Son Ltd., Travel Posters, Anti-Apartheid Movement, United Nations Observer Mission; references or specifically about United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, Umkhonto we Sizwe, South African Communist Party (SACP), African National Congress (ANC) flag, South African Youth Day, Je Ka Jo, On the Boards, Athlone township, Kliptown Books, IDAF, Azania, Rivonia, Kliptown; referenced individuals include Miriam Stern, Joe Slovo, Nelson Mandela, Oliver Tambo, J. L. Dube (John Langalibalele Dube), S. M. Makgatho (Sefako Mapogo Makgatho), Z. R. Mahabane (Zaccheus Richard Mahabane), J. T. Gumede (Josiah Tshangana Gumede), Pixley ka Isaka Seme, A. B. Xuma (Alfred Bitini Xuma), J. S. Moroka, A. J. Lutuli, Walter Sisulu, Chris Hani, Gideon Mendel, Eugenia Neto, Bambata, Nyathi Pokela, Frederik Willem de Klerk, P. W. Botha (Pieter Willem Botha); places made include United Kingdom, Germany, South Africa, Switzerland, Netherlands, California (USA), France; languages include German, English, French, Dutch, Zulu
Drawer D-7, Folder 11

South Africa: Apartheid 1976-1988

Physical Description: 47

Scope and Content Note

related topics include children, child soldiers, voting, apartheid elections, United Democratic Front (UDF), benefit posters, boycotts, peace, political prisoners, oranges boycott, Soweto (South Africa), photography exhibitions, marches and demonstrations, sanctions, executions, Central America, corporations, corporatism, Shell oil, political theater, Ford, Mobile oil, IBM, Volkswagen, Kentucky Fried Chicken, South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), racism, labor, economic sanctions, malnutrition, identification papers, Limehill (South Africa), police brutality, tourism; makers include United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, Graphic Presentation Unit at the United Nations, Peter Magubane, Poster Project, Athènes Reprographie, Henri Guédoy, Mouvement Anti-Apartheid, Clay, Shawn Coming (Sharon Coming), Liberation Support Committee, Red Tide, Workers' Power, Sun Distribution International, International Convention on the Suppression and Punishment of the Crime of Apartheid, International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, Ewald Spieker, Spider Web, Bob Ziering, Imprimerie Borromée, Inkworks Press, Imprimerie Rotographie, African Fund Labor Desk, S. Hodgsons, Associated Students of the University of Oregon (ASUO); references or specifically about International Day of Solidarity with Struggling People of South Africa (June 16), IT&T (International Telephone and Telegraph) Boycott Committee, Hammer Museum, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Arts, Venice Biennale, International Center of Photography, Los Angeles Free South Africa Movement, UNITA, Krugerrand currency, National Week of Action Against Racism and Apartheid, Charter of the United Nations, University of Utrecht, Boesman and Lena; places made include Michigan (USA), Paris (France), London (United Kingdom), California (USA), Ohio (USA), Michigan (USA), Utrecht (Netherlands), Washington D.C. (USA), Illinois (USA), New York (USA); referenced individuals include Nelson Mandela, Walter Sisulu, Denis Goldberg, Dorothy Nyembe, Paul Dakeyo, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Ronald Reagan, Mary Nash, Randall Robinson, Joyce Sikakane, Athol Fugard; languages include English, French
Drawer D-7, Folder 12

South Africa: Various Topics 1979-1996

Physical Description: 36

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related topics include youth, poverty, photographic images, conferences, anniversaries, property rights, benefit concerts, musicians, imperialism, Colgate, South African Defense Force (SADF), casspirs, education, social services, mental health, drugs, draft resistance (conscription), children, elections, deportations, executions, boycotts, peace, literacy, racism, democratization, Western Cape (South Africa), segregation; makers include Rebusoajoang, Typeface Media, USAID, Pinetown Printers, University of Western Cape Street Law Human Rights Now Campaign, Albert Hess, Lawyers for Human Rights, UniZulu, Radda Barnen, Swedish Save the Children, CSLS Media Unit, Street Law Programme, Chae Kihn, Street Law, Red Sun Press, J. Hassaan Ali, The Black Sah, Shifty Records, Ad-vise Design, City Printing Works, Sue Williamson, Nettie Bromberg, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Allied Printing, Cosatu Education Department, Ann Passmore, Rob Print, Granger, Judith Rew, Guardian Newsweekly; references or specifically about The Nation publication, The South African Constitution (transitional Constitution 1994), Youth Day, Bob Marley and the Wailers, Harvard Stadium, Organization for Appropriate Social Services in South Africa (OASSSA), 1948 Declaration for Human Rights of the United Nations, Literacy Day, United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO); referenced individuals include Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Sizwe Sechaba, Chris Hani, Patti LaBelle, Eddie Palmieri, Babatunde Olatunji, Jabula, Dick Gregory, Albert Lutuli, Mzwakhe Mbuli, Bertolt Brecht, James Matthews, John Muafangejo; languages include English, Afrikaans, Dutch, Zulu; places made include South Africa, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, USA
Drawer D-8, Folder 1

Pan-Africa: Women 1980s-2000

Physical Description: 31

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includes International Labour Organization / Southern Africa Multidisciplinary Advisory Team (ILO/SAMAT) series; African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies series; African Women Scientists series by the Forum for African Women Educationists

Scope and Content Note

related topics include environment, labor, gumtree polls, development, wood industry, goldpanning, agriculture, drought, gendered occupations, nuitrition, children, Zimbabwe, Weya, Binga, arts and crafts, self-employment, microbusinesses, entrepreneurship, microfinancing, community based organisations (CBO), Chiweshi, hunger, sexism, voting, women's rights, education, female solidarity, domestic violence, violence against women, land rights, property rights, political rights, genital mutilation, equality, self-determination, community building, religion, Islam, Christianity, gendered roles in children, conferences, Nigeria, Guinea, universities, South Africa, calendars, health, female empowerment, female marginalization, sex education, Nigerian widows, HIV / AIDS, abortion, motherhood, girls; references or specifically about Batana Village Development Committee, Polisario Front (Western Sahara), Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF), Azania Soweto upsrising, Sanyati Communal Lands, Mapaurga, Economic Structural Adjustment Programme (ESAP), OXFAM, Organisation for Rural Associations for Progress (ORAP), Mazowe river, Mavave, UNIFEM, NORAD, OAK Foundation, the Bible, Quran (Qur'an or Koran), United Nations, 5th African Regional Conference on Women,; makers include Black Liberation Press, Samso, International Labour Organization / Southern Africa Multidisciplinary Advisory Team (ILO/SAMAT), Trevor Davies, Cheu Mita, Cheu Mita, ZERO, African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies, Ebou Madi Sillah, BPMRU, ACDNRS, UNIFEM / Dakar, Wangoi Njai, Sheila Wamahiu, Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE), Salomon Mebratu, National Union of Eritrean Women; languages include English, French, Arabic, Eritrean; referenced individuals include Carmen Pereira, Vladimir Lenin, Samora Machel, Grace Alele Williams, Aicha Bah Diallo, Mamphela Aletta Ramphele; places made Italy, Zimbabwe
Drawer D-8, Folder 2

Burkina Faso / Ethiopia / Ghana / Malawi / Liberia / Rwanda / Niger 1983-2003

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Tutsis, dictatorships, France, World War II, Vichy, sex education, condoms, families, women, careers, Somalia, benefit concerts, lynching, U.S. militarism, prisons, forced labor, Kambagu (Ghana), U.S.-Ethiopian Naval Base, book publications, environment, wildlife fires, ecology, calendar, Ghana, Mogadishu (Somalia), films, natural resources, sustainability; referenced individuals include Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Thomas Sankara, Kwame Nkrumah; places made include California (USA), France, Ethiopia, Germany; makers include Programme d'Appui aux initiatives de Gestion Locale des Roneraies du Dallol Maouri et du Fleuve, Imprimerie Albarka Niamey, Survie, Magneta, MacArthur, The International Journal of Transitional Justice, Institute for War and Peace Reporting, World Affairs Council of Northern California, International House at University of California at Berkeley, Rotary International Peace Fellows, Health Unlimited, Ethiopian Pastoralist Research and Development Association (EPaRDA), Center for Disease Control (CDC), Montfort Press, Wildlife Society of Malawi, Rotary Club Blantayre, National Bank of Malawi, Veronica Laaman, School Tree Education Project (STEP), George, Muxyi; references or specifically about Ethiopian Airlines, Alem Bekagn, Massawa, Mogpafis; languages include English, Arabic, French
Drawer D-8, Folder 3

Eritrea 1975-1981

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include soldiers, arts and crafts, agriculture, child soldiers, flags, self-reliance, anniversaries, cultural preservation, creative skills, colonialism, democracy; references or specifically about Eritrean Civil War(s), Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF); makers include Goran, Mike Wells, Betty LaDuke, Black Liberation Press, Association of Eritrean Students (United Kingdom), Graficoop, Association of Eritrean Students in North America, Glad Day Press, Eritreans for Liberation in North America (San Francisco Chapter), Eritreans for Liberation in North America (Washington state Chapter), Arara Tseggai; places made include Oregon (USA), London (United Kingdom), Bologna (Italy), New York (USA); languages include Eritrean, French, English
Drawer D-8, Folder 4

Polisario Front (Frente Popular de Liberación de Saguía el Hamra y Río de Oro) 1979-1988

Physical Description: 8

Scope and Content Note

related topics include colonialism, children, youth, Sahrawi people, peace, anniversaries, Moroccan occupation; languages include Spanish, French, English, Arabic; references or specifically about Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), Western Sahara, Aaiun, Smara, Bucraa, Dajla, Güera; makers include Imprimerie Sauvêtre, Comité de Suisse de Soutien au Peuple Sahraoui à Genève, Mediascope
Drawer D-8, Folder 5

Sierra Leone Dates Unknown

Physical Description: 4

Scope and Content Note

related topics include birth control, public health, family planning, children; makers include Planned Parenthood Association of Sierra Leone (PPASL); languages include English, [native Sierra Leone language]
Drawer D-8, Folder 6

Guinea-Bissau / Cape Verde 1973-1974

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include quotations, independence anniversaries, solidarity; referenced individuals include Amílcar Cabral; languages include Portuguese; references or specifically about African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC), Comissao Pró-Uniao Nacional Dos Estudantes Portugueses, Associacao De Amizade Portugal Guiné-Bissau Grupo De Accao Democrática De Cabo-Verde E Guiné, Movimento Democrático Das Mulheres; makers include Edição de Acção Guiné-Cabo Verde, Renascença Gráfica, International Union of Students, Marilyn Reynolds, Antunes & Amilcar; languages include Portuguese, English
Drawer D-8, Folder 7

Kenya 1985-1986

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include homelessness, gender specific roles, children, female empowerment, voting, gender equality, UN Decade for Women Conference; makers include Nairobi Task Force on Street Children, Undugu Society of Kenya, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), WEP, Kenya Alliance for Advancement of Children, Institute for Education in Democracy, Kenya Government Secretariat, M.M. Gohil, Mazingira Institute; references or specifically about development, employment, health; languages include English, Swahili
Drawer D-8, Folder 8

Kenya: Women for Change 2008

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

related topics include domestic violence, discrimination, affirmative action for women's rights, laws to protect women, equality, citizenship, dowries, marriages, property rights, land and property reforms, children, child rearing, voting, elections, equal rights; references or specifically about Kenyan Constitution (katiba); makers include Linda Kiveu; referenced individuals include Jomo Kenyatta, Mwai Kibaki, Daniel arap Moi; languages include English, Swahili; places made include Kenya
Drawer D-8, Folder 9

Pan-Africa: Oversize 1970-2012

Physical Description: 71

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related topics include education, children, West Africa, boycotts, Gulf Oil Corporation, film festivals, natural resources, corporations, poverty, hunger, imperialism, colonialism, independence, poetry, labor, refugees, socialism, African proverbs, photographs, conferences, black liberation, Angola, Mozambique South Africa, Guinea, Zimbabwe, Namibia, famine, relief, voting, elections, refugee camps, film screenings, arts and culture, Banyarwandam refugees, calendars, family planning, child pregnancies, Rwanda, Eritrea, Kenya, Azania Soweto uprising, Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF), Polisario Front (Western Sahara), music, musicians, Soviet Union, religion, Asafo, Fante, poverty, art exhibitions, Nubian arts, Sudanese arts, Zion, political prisoners, cultural events, Republic of Upper Volta (West Africa); places made include United Kingdom, USA, Australia, Canada; makers include Duan Kellum, British Information Services, B. Adjali, Pan-African Liberation Committee, Kwaku Amenhotep, Afro Craft Associates, Odell Cherry, David Quail, Touchstone Press, United Nation, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), L. Sykes, Young OXFAM, Hosea Nganga, Edward Arnold Publishers, Chuck Aliberti, Bonnie Acker, Grassroots International, Red Sun Press, Dennis Brutus, Robert Knoth, Artsen Zonder Grenzen, Ron Daniels, The Institute for Community Organization and Development, Nevile Garrick, Brad Kanawyer, Hasan, Zakele International Productions, Birama Dicop, American Council for Nationalities Service, Center for Third World Organizing, John Beam, Sukuro, Family Planning Private Sector (FPPS), ACR / Sprague, ACR / POSTA, Black Liberation Press, Jim Rosellini, Yvan Livingstone, C. Tajbakhsh, London Young Communists, Calvert's Press, Patrick Thomas, Off Hand Publishing, Figen, Jim Rosellini, African Family Films; references or specifically about FESPACO (Burkina Faso), Japan Foundation African Film Festival, Kroyoshi Awazu, African flags, UCLA Student Committee for the Arts, African Liberation Day, Thames and Hudson, the Bible, Wilmington 10, Fulani Girot, hodu; referenced individuals include Amilcar Cabral, George Rebelo, Ife Ore, Raymond Patterson, Frank Chipasula, Rashidah Ismaili, S. Anai Kelueljang, Abena Busia, Bob Marley and the Wailers, Marcus Garvey, Kwaku E. Lynn, Herman Davis, June Ridley, Mark O. Hatfield, Vladimir Lenin, Lord Carver, Fulani Griot, David Evans, Jody Kim, Nelson Mandela, Harriet Tubman, Yaa Asantewa, Amina of Zaria, Stephen Biko, Ron Dellums, Yeru Boly; languages include Swahili, English
Drawer D-8, Folder 10

Nigeria 1972-2003

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include corporations, boycotts, tours, ecology, Ogoni people, death penalty, prisons, juvenile prisoners, women prisoners, death row, violence against women, women's rights, musical performances, arts and culture, apartheid, benefit events, political prisoners, commemorative portraits, quotations; makers include Project Underground, Inkworks Press, Peter, Pueschl, Greenpeace, Phil Bradley, Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action (PRAWA), Waldman, Federazione dei Verdi; produced by or supporting Civil Liberties Organization (CLO), International Centre for the Human Rights Development in Canada and Development (ICHRDD), Women's Rights Project (WRP), Cordaid, Washtenaw County Coalition Against Apartheid, International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions (ICEM), The International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW); places made include California (USA), Germany, Australia, Nigeria, Canada, Belgium, United Kingdom; referenced individuals include Phillip I. Carroll, Ebenezer Obey, Milton Dabibi, Frank Kokori, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Stephen P. Wokoich, Fela Kuti; references or specifically about Shell Oil, Chevron Oil , Mobil Oil, Agip Oil, Komene Famaa, Friends of the Earth Australia, The Nigerian Australian Association, The Australian Greens, National Union of Students, Virtual Artists Pty Ltd Australian Conservation Foundation, Praxis, Resistance, Student Environment Activist Movement, Venerable Prisoners Assistance Project, Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association (PENGASSAN); languages include English, Spanish, Italian
Drawer D-8, Folder 11

Sudan 1989-2007

Physical Description: 27

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includes newsprint; includes "Genocide Emergency - Darfur Sudan" Committee on Conscience of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include peace, marches and demonstrations, relief, women's rights, Darfur genocide, children, sexual violence, militarism, U.S. imperialism, Sudanese people, Sahrawi people, anniversaries, divestment, ethnically targeted violence, weather conditions, environment, international aid, systemic violence, government, refugees; references or specifically about World March of Women, Beijing Olympic Games, Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR), University of California Regents Investment Committee; makers include Canadian Students for Darfur, Los Angeles Times, Philip Vanoutrive, Marcel Bakker, Hollandse Hoogte, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Jerry Fowler, Michael Wadleigh, Gritty.org, Physicians for Human Rights, Brian Steidle, The International Rescue Committee (IRC); referenced individuals include Kenneth S. Kuchin; produced by or supporting Oxfam, Gender Based Violence Project, Gender Centre for Research and Training (GCRT), Salmnah, PANOS, Cordaid, Save Darfur, World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY), Sudanese Democratic Forces, Pax Christi; places made include Canada, Netherlands, USA; languages include Arabic, English, Spanish, French
Drawer D-8, Folder 12

Uganda 1996-2012

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, children, U.S. culture, environment, ecology, wetlands, lakes, natural resources, papyrus, fishing, swamps, Lake George (Uganda), ecosystems, wildlife, water life, child soldiers, film screenings, student activism; makers include Betty LaDuke, Multi-cultural Images, Department of Environmental Protection, National Wetlands Conservation and Management Programme, The World Conservation Union, Government of the Netherlands, IUCN; places made include Oregon (USA), USA, Netherlands, Kampala (Uganda); references or specifically about Kony 2012, International Court of Justice (The Hague, Netherlands), Pi Beta Phi, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), Invisible Children; referenced individuals include Joseph Kony, Osama bin Laden, Adolf Hitler
Drawer D-8, Folder 13

"Great Kings of Africa" - Budweiser Series 1977-1978

Physical Description: 20

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includes pamphlet

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Sonahay (West African region), Asante (West African region), Kumase (Ghana), Biblical figures, Syria, Israel, Egypt, Sudan, monotheistic religions, imperialism, Abyssinia (Ethiopia), Italian imperialism, Bantu, colonialism, military strategies, Islam, religious pilgrimages, Mali empire, government and politics, Christianity, reunification, slavery, education, labor skills; references or specifically about Battle of Adwa, Hadj; makers include L+D Dillon, Alfred J. Smith, John Biggers, Higgins Bond, Charles Lilly, Don Miller, Paul Collins, Dillon, Carl Owens; referenced individuals include Sunni Ali Ber (King of Sonahay, 1464-1492), Osei Kofi Tutu I (King of Asante, 1680-1717), Taharqa (King of Nubia 710-664 B.C.E.), Akhenaten (Pharaoh of Egypt, 1375-1358 B.C.E.), Nefertiti, Hannibal (Ruler of Cartage, 247-183 B.C.E), Menelik II (King of Abyssinia 1844-1913), Shaka (King of the Zulus, 1818-1828), Mansa Kankan Musa (King of Mali, 1312-1337), Askia Muhammed Touré (King of Songhay, 1493-1529), Affonso I (King of Kongo, 1506-1540); places made St. Louis (USA)
Drawer D-9, Folder 1

India: Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) - Oversize 1993-2002

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communalism, peace, arts and culture, sports, athletics, cultural pluralism, secularism, cultural events, cultural diversity, music, violence, ethnic conflict, boycotts, religious communities, riots; makers include Parthiv Shah, Ram Rahman, The Pioneer, Ishtihaar, Geeta Kapur, Madan Gopal Singh, Surendra Rajan, Pervez Rajan, Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust; references or specifically about religious stereotypes, Partition of India, Hinduism, Islam, Artists Against Communalism, Ayohdhya (Ayudhya, India), Arundhati Roy, K. R. Narayanan (President of India), Usha Narayanan, Gujarat Massacres, Coca Cola, Indian Constitution, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Rama, World War II, Nazi Germany, Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), mosques, Ahmedabad (India), State Reserve Police (SRP), Godhra train burning, The Times of India, Jallianwala Bagh massacre (Amritsar massacre), United Kingdom, British colonialism; referenced individuals include Jawaharlal Nehru, Safdar Hashmi, Mahatma Gandhi, Communalism Combat, Harsh Mander, Herman Goering, Faiyaz Khan, Nasir Khan Rahim Khan Pathan, Amina Apa, Amit Sengupta, Siddharth Varadarajan, Brigadier-General Reginald Dyer; places made include India; languages include Hindi, English
Drawer D-9, Folder 2

India: Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) 1992-2000

Physical Description: 44

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political theater, cultural events, First War of Indian Independence (The Indian Mutiny of 1857, Sepoy Rebellion), music, secularism, communalism, cultural pluralism, cultural diversity, religious tolerance, arts and culture, political violence, films, peace, artists and intellectuals, children, cinema, mass media; makers include Haku Shah Design, Parthiv Shah, Ishtihaar, Vivan Sundaram, Shamshad, Ram Rahman, Shamshad, Gulam Sheikh, Madan Gopal Singh, Orijit Sen, Perfect Press, Shabnam Hashdii, Gopi Gajwani, Pauls Press; references or specifically about United Kingdom, British colonialism, South Central Zone Cultural Center, Artists Against Communalism, National Street Theater Day, Sufi-Bhakti traditions, Sahmat Film Society, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS); referenced individuals include Mahatma Gandhi, Neelima Sheikh, Mrinal Sen, Safdar Hashmi, Kadammanitta Ramakrishnan, Ajayakumar, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Nalini Malani, M. F. Husan, Idassery, Surendran Nair, Ayodhya (Ayutdhya, India), Vallathol, Alex Matthew, Vivan Sundaram, Amir Khusrau, Kumarasan, Abul Kalam Azad, Arpita Singh, Robert Bresson, Sam Levin, Vailoppilly, N. N. Rimzon, Manu Parekh, Akbar Padamsee, Ulloor, Vasuvedan Akkitham, Bertolt Brecht; places made include India; languages include Hindi, English, Tamil
Drawer D-9, Folder 3

India: Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) 1998-1999

Physical Description: 76

Scope and Content Note

makers include Parthiv Shah, Ishtihaar; related topics include cultural events, Pakistan, communalism, tolerance, arts and culture, freedom of expression, marches and demonstrations, vandalism, political violence, street theater, sports, athletics, secularism, cultural diversity, anti-nuclear, anti-war, poverty, disarmament, religion, nuclear weapons, political cartoons, military spending, militarism, government budgets, education, public health, women, religious persecution, mass media, nationalist movements, historical revision, secular education, textbooks, economics, food prices, corporations, crime; referenced individuals include Ghulam Ali, Dilip Kumar, M. Nagaraj, Sikandar Bakht, Bal Thackeray, Jitender Gupta, Arvind Yadav, MF Husain, Mahatma Gandhi, Rajinder Singh, R.K. Laxman, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Arundhati Roy, Vishnu Dalmiya, Ravi Shankar, Ramakrishna Hegde, Sudhir Tailang, N. Ram, Inder Malhotra, Abhijt Bhatlekar, Shanker Chakravarty, Uma Bharati, Irfan Hussain, Vinod Mehta, Fali Nariman, Ashok Kapoor, Sonia Gandhi, Shubhankar Ghosh, Madan Lal Khurana, Surendra Jain, Unny, Sudhir Tailang, Keshav, Merle Alemida, Manjul, Brig Surinder Singh; references or specifically about cultural policing, Shiv Sainiks (Shiv Sena), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Sangh Parivar, Bajrang Dal, nuclear adventurism, Kargil operation, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), Hinduism, Islam, Hiroshima, Coca-Cola, Western culture, Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP), national security, Talibanization, Srikrishna Commission, Kar Sevaks, Kushabhau Thakre, T. Narayan, Sikhism, Sangh Parivar, Christianity, Gujarat (India), protection of minorities, Indian constitution, democracy, morality brigade, fundamentalist groups, Hinduisation, Hindutva, Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT), federalism, Ministry of Human Resource Development; languages include Hindi, English
Drawer D-9, Folder 4

India: Act Now for Harmony and Democracy (ANHAD) 1992-2012

Physical Description: 113

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Includes "Hidden Apartheid" series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communalism, secularism, religion, cultural diversity, women, women’s rights, Dalit women, rape, education, labor, sexism, children, caste system, untouchables, Gujarat (India), torture, youth, violence against women, film, arts and culture, political prisoners, anti-nuclear, nuclear weapons, anniversaries, peace, exhibitions, university events, competitions, democracy, Kashmir (India), human rights, International Women’s Day, abortion, reproductive rights, pro-choice, 2002 Gujarat riots, poverty, caste violence, police brutality, malnutrition, hunger, boycotts, divorce, voting rights, religious freedoms, prostitution, sex workers, globalization, global economics, nonviolence; makers include Nidhip Graphics, Mohammed Yousef, National Campaign on Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR), Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace (CNDP), Women Artists for Peace, Communal Harmony and Political Participation, Avni Sethi, Sauhard, Sahir Raza, HRLN, Jan Shikshan Sansthan, SANGAT, Minakshi Jena, Oxfam, Centre for Media and Alternative Communication (CMAC), Youth 4 Peace, Parthiv Shah, Promise of India, Pullshoppe; references or specifically about apartheid, Shiv Sena, Savarna Liberation Army (SLA), Frontline, Mabhoomi, U.S. flag, Christianity, Hiroshima Day, genocide, Indian Independence, Quit India resolution, Nazism, fascism, imperialism, United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), manual scavenging (sanitation work), casteism, Black Paper (NCDHR), Bhupen Khakkar, state violence, Brahmins, Indian Social Action Forum (INSAF), V Day, Human Rights Law Network; referenced individuals include Henri Cartier Bresson, Uttar Pradesh, Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Sanjiv Bhatt, Shabnam Hashmi, P.G.J Nampoothiri, Saba Azad, Imaad Shah, Kabir, Abhijit Sen, Khaza, Ashok Chakravarti, Sharankumar Limbale, Daya Pawar, J.V. Pawar, Waman Nimbalkar, D.S. Dudhalkar, Baburao Bagul, Jyoti Lanjewar, Bapurao Jagtap, K. R. Narayanan, Milan Kundera, B.R. Ambedkar, Bhupen Khakkar, Gersonides, Oscar Arias Sanchez, Khammam Kalla, Lyndon B. Johnson, Haku Shah, Martin Luther King, Jr., Nemiraj Shetty; languages include Hindi, English
Drawer D-9, Folder 5

India: Bhopal Disaster 1994

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include health care, labor, factories, chemical exposure, corporations, medicine, globalization, children; makers include Sambhavna Trust, Bhopal Group for Information and Action; references or specifically about Bhopal disaster, Sambhavna clinic, Union Carbide, The Hindustan Times, India Today, The International Medical Appeal for Bhopal; places made include USA, United Kingdom, India
Drawer D-9, Folder 6

India: Women 2010

Physical Description: 48

Scope and Content Note

related topics include violence against women, V-Day, rape, sexual abuse, female genital mutilation, forced labor, human trafficking, sex workers, prostitution, domestic violence, indigenous peoples, prisons, child abuse, literacy, education, empowerment, children, sexism, gender inequality, patriarchy, photography, wages, women’s health, child labor, marriages, women’s rights, torture, legal aid, domestic labor, housework, marches and demonstrations, religion, sexually transmitted diseases/infections (STDs/STIs), sexual health, assassination, Women’s Reservation Bill, domestic workers, social benefits; makers include SAHR WARU, Haku Shah, Parthiv Shah, Centre for Media and Alternative Communication (CMAC), Kamla Bhasin, Jagori, Women’s Cell, Socio-Legal Aid Research and Training Centre (SLARTC), Jagori Rural Charitable Trust, Sangat, Bindiya Thapar, Indian Institute of Youth and Development, Mahila, Paryavaran Va Vikas Pariyojana, Gorakhpur Environmental, Purva yagik Kuswaha, Ramkishan Adig, Bhalotia Printers, Sewa Mandir, Mahila Vikas Ekai, Rural Center for Human Interest, Voluntary Health Association of India, Facet, Manushi, Selma Waldrman, National Solidarity Forum, Pehchan, Bibhas Das, Christian Medical Association of India; references or specifically about UNICEF, Hinduism, Alliance for 33%, Kandhamal (India); referenced individuals include Parijat Desai, Phoolan Devi ("The Bandit Queen); languages include Urdu, English, Hindi, Arabic, Oriya
Drawer D-9, Folder 7

India: Voting Dates Unknown

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include voting rights, voting eligibility, Panchayati raj, government, elections, local government, corruption, voter education, voting directions, warnings, voter information; makers include Voluntary Action Network India (VANI), Voluntary Health Association of India (VHAI), Masterlines, Seva Mandir (Udaipur, India); references or specifically about democracy, civic duties; places made include India; languages include English, Hindi
Drawer D-9, Folder 8

India: Children 1993-2011

Physical Description: 29

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Includes part of series from the Campaign Against Child Labour (CACL)

Scope and Content Note

related topics include child labor, sugarcane industry, factories, gender equality, public health, nutrition, water safety, sanitation, diarrhea, fireworks industry, boycotts, safety, salt industry, imperialism, conferences, polio, vaccinations, dental health, infant care, youth, religious persecution, Islam, Muslim, nonviolence, marches and demonstrations, voting, conscientious consumerism, consumer activism, ethical consumption, education, hotel workers, mechanics, flower picking, occupational safety,childcare, mining, poverty, old age counseling, work for the elderly; makers include Centre for Rural Education Research and Development Association,Indian Institute of Youth and Development, Tari-D Signs, IPEC-APCL, South Asian Coalition On Child Servitude, Bachpan Bachao Andolan, Public Interest Research Group, The Press, Kuldip Press, Central Health Education Bureau (DGHS), Government of India Press, Campaign Against Child Labour (CACL), Sonali Manseta, International Labour Organization-International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC), World Center for Human Interests, Socio-Legal Aid Research & Training Centre (SLARTC); references or specifically about Sivakashi (India), British colonialism, United Kingdom, terrorism, dharna, Sangh Terror Trail, Act Now for Harmony and Democracy (ANHAD), minimum wages; places made include India; languages include English, Hindi, Tamil, Oriya, Bengali, Urdu
Drawer D-9, Folder 9

India: Ecology 1986-1995

Physical Description: 54

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Includes Act Now series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include bicycles, forests, deforestation, forest laws, government regulation, coral reefs, environmental conservation, marine biology, oceans, water conservation, tropical forests, biodiversity, global warming, rivers, children, ecosystems, trees, small animals, animal rights, wildlife protection, pollution, turtles, tortoises, air pollution, agriculture, farming, irrigation, natural resources, deregulation, disease, dams, women and the environment, compost, fertilizer, pesticides, public health, oxygen, fossil fuels, petroleum, automobiles, gas, energy conservation, electricity conservation, waste management, biodegradable packaging, green movements, mangrove forests, swamps; makers include UNICEF, Gorakhpur Environmental Action Group; Manav Sewa Sansthan SEVA, C.P.R. Environmental Education Centre (CPREEC), Centre for Environment Education, Jayaraman Litho Press, Photo Litho Press, Wildlife Institute of India, S. Bhupathy, Akhil Chandra, Dhriti Printers, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Ministry of Environment and Forests, Sonal, UNDP/SGP, Rural and Environmental Development Centre (REDC), Vignes Offset Printers, Strengthening Networking on Biomass Research and Biowaste Conversion (SAHYOG), Khalid GKP, Indo-Global Social Service Society (IGSSS), National Campaign on Dust Related Lung Diseases, Central Electric Press (CEP); references or specifically about World Environment Day, Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, greenhouse effect, Nilgiris River, Earth, "Race to Save the Planet", Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), National Environmental Awareness Campaign, Act Now; referenced individuals include Mahatma Gandhi; places made include India; languages include English, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Oriya
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India: Ecology - National Environmental Awareness Campaign 1987 1987

Physical Description: 11

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Includes series of National Environmental Awareness Campaign 1987 - complete 11-part Floods And Drought series by Centre for Environmental Education. Each poster has metal rings on corners.

Scope and Content Note

related topics include flooding, monsoons, agriculture, droughts, global warming, environmental action, green movements, soil protection, water conservation, erosion, land degradation, vegetation, deforestation, rain; makers include Centre for Environmental Education, multiple photographers; references or specifically about UNESCO, Act Now; places made include India; languages include English
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India: Metal Lining 1996-2000

Physical Description: 2

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Items stored separately because of metal material on edges of both posters

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Ladakh (India), education, public health, ecology, tourism, poverty, drought, degradation, calendars, deforestation, forests; makers include Secmol and Health Inc., Archana, Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), Conservation Education Centre (CEP); places made include India; languages include Ladakhi, English
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India: Newsprint 1996-2004

Physical Description: 5

Scope and Content Note

related topics include student movements, youth, communism, conferences, cultural events, arts and culture, labor, ecology, journalism, Tamil Nadu (India), transportation, education, public health, police, business, aging, social security, women, indigenous peoples, employment; makers include All Nepal National Free Students Union, Communist Party of Nepal; references or specifically about Sri Lanka Environmental Journalists Forum (SLEJF); referenced individuals include Jayalalithaa Jayaram; places made include Nepal, Sri Lanka, India; languages include Nepali, Sinhala
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India: Various Topics 1993-1995; 2004-2012

Physical Description: 80

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related topics include human rights, poverty hunger, women, pregnancy, labor, minimum wage, government transparency, retirement age, civil liberties, elderly people, pensions, food rations, children, malnourishment, women's rights, equality, land inheritance, communism, political parties, disarmament, torture, legal aid, legal rights, youth, criminal offences, caste system, gender equality, education, food, public health, infrastructure, corporations, French imperialism, exploitation, conferences, austerity, free market, privatization, global economics, safety hazards, Tamil people, sanitation, women, intellectual property rights, external debt, marriages, religion, U.S. imperialism, public policy, nonviolence, anniversaries, arts and culture, journalism, soldiers, irrigation, water supply, construction and development, wildlife, community building, alcoholism, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, sex education, monogamy, safe sex, contraception, sex partners, voting, elections, political corruption, politicians, calligraphy, illiteracy, youth, cultural values, historical photographs, portraiture, smoking, gambling, polygamy, domestic abuse, drugs, drug policies, health care; makers include National Campaign for the Right to Food and Work, Gandhi Book House, Communist Party of India, Prerna Printing Press, World Constitution and Parliament Association, Capital Printers, Human Rights Law Network, Committee for the Advancement of Legal Literacy (CALL), Comité de Soutien á la Révolution en Inde, Bündnis Gegen Imperialistische Aggression, Comité International de Soutien á la Guerre Populaire en Inde, Public Interest Research Group, Salam Khan, GDN Prints Associates, Shanta Memorial Rehabilitation Centre, Dips Communication Centre, Family Federation for Unification and World Peace, Gandhi Peace Foundation, Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights, Kazmi Solidarity Committee, Socio-Legal Aid Research & Training Centre (SLARTC), Tarik Sujat, Vimal Printer, New Concept Consultancy Services, Voluntary Action Network India (VANI), Jayaraman Litho Press, P. Sardar (Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel), Pankaj Nigam, Voluntary Health Association of India, Voluntary Action Network India, Rural Centre for Human Interests, Kartik Printers, BOLE Gujarat, DeVanshi, World Social Forum (WSF) India, Gautam Mody, Ministry of Health, Rational Drug Campaign; referenced individuals include Sharanu Bhusnur, Srinivas Sirnoorkar, Mahatma Gandhi, Clara Zetkin, Puran Singh Azad, Manmohan Singh, Gurjit Kaur, Mohammad Ahmad Kazmi, Noam Chomsky, Jawaharlal Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Andy Warhol, Indira Gandhi, Rabindranath Tagore; references or specifically about Human Rights Law Network, India Centre for Human Rights & Law, People's Union for Civil Liberties, BPL cards, primogeniture, Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) People's War, People's War Group (PWG), International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), The Bible, Operation Bluestar, Sikh temples, International Peace Day, poster design competition, Powers and Prospects (Noam Chomsky), Liberation War Museum, western culture, water wells, Valsad (India), Pashupati Paints; places made include India, USA, France, Germany; languages include Hindi, English, Punjabi, French, German, Tamil, Gujarati
Drawer D-9, Folder 14

India: Various Topics - Oversize 2000

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, nonviolence; makers include Arpana Caur; referenced individuals include Ramu Gandhi; places made include India; languages include English, Hindi
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Bangladesh - Oversize 2004

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include education, labor, women, food, technology, commerce, hygiene, economics, ecology, conferences, children, safety, literacy, mothers, social development, human rights, slavery, police brutality, international aid; makers include Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), Shishir Bhattacharjee, World Social Forum (WSF) Bangladesh, Jahangir Alam, Kazi Shamsul Haque, Community Development Library (CDL), Moni Offset Press, Asoke Karmaker, Surjamukhi Shisu Sangha, Tirtho, Emergency Relief Fund, Inc.; references or specifically about South Asia Social Forum; referenced individuals include Neil Cooper, Labiba Yasmin, Sheikh Mujib; places made include Bangladesh, USA; languages include Bengali, English
Drawer D-9, Folder 16

Nepal 1996

Physical Description: 45

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Includes newsprint

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, gender discrimination, gender equality, sexism, children, gender roles, child labor, education, children’s rights, environment, environmental protection, parenthood, health care, labor, ecosystems, agriculture, construction and development, agricultural labor, women, human rights, memorials, international solidarity, poverty, strikes, political parties, communism, politicians, music, cultural events, domestic violence, domestic abuse, alcoholism, substance abuse, addiction, literacy, militias, marches and demonstrations, prisons, peace, transportation, textiles, fire safety, fire hazards, technology, working women; makers include Nepal Australia Community Forestry Project (NACFP), Australian International Development Assistance Bureau (AIDAB), Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Center (CWIN), Surya, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Concern for Children and Environment, Asmita Women’s Publication House, D.P. Wagle, Joint Advocacy Campaign Committee for Equality, Unified Communist Party of Nepal, Vimal Printer, Nidhi, Asmita Women’s Publication House, Shudarshan Rana, U.S. aid, Women Guidance Association, Suren Shrestha, Forests Trees and People, Asociación de Trabajadores Campesinos del Huila (ATCH), Media & Resource Organization, Eureca Sandhya, Kri-a-tiv Grafix, Yeti, Centers for Information and National Security (CINSec); references or specifically about South Asian Forum for the Rights of Child Workers in Nepal, Centre of Concern for Child Labour, Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, The Colombo Book Association, Justice & Peace Commission (Bangladesh), pregnant men, Devanagari, Child Labour Elimination Campaign, Nepalese flag, Dhaka topi, government officials, Li Onesto, women’s militias; referenced individuals include Bharat Adhikari, Prakash Kaphley; languages include Nepali, English
Drawer D-9, Folder 17

Pakistan 2000-2006

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, refugees, torture, family planning, contraception, reproductive rights, children, labor, marches and demonstrations, unemployment, privatization, globalization, labor rights, social security, wages, ecology, trees, re-forestation, environmentalism, religion, families, waste management, gender equality, Muslims, gender roles, children’s art; makers include Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research (PILER), United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Amnesty International Pakistan, Feica, All Pakistan Trade Union Federation (APTUF), Working Women Organization, Angles, Khawaja Afzal, Printman Press, Family Planning Association of Pakistan, Ghulamali Printers, Printomind; references or specifically about May Day, living wage, Quran (Qur'an or Koran); languages include Urdu, English, Arabic; places made include Lahore (Pakistan)
Drawer D-9, Folder 18

Sri Lanka 1978-1980; 1993-2001

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

makers include Youth Organization of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party, TCEA, Elephant House, Ceylon Cold Stores Ltd. (CCS), Gunaratne Offset Limited, Initiatives for International Dialogue, Boy Dominguez, Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC), National Peace Council, Salaru Ads, Mathtamagoda, Ruwanwella, Manuja Weerakkody, Comité de Coordination Tamoul; related topics include deforestation, marches and demonstrations, nature conservation, cultural heritage, environmentalism, education, children, peace, Filipino people, international solidarity, religions, interfaith solidarity, India, disappeared persons, commemorations, monuments, human rights, torture, illegal detention, abductions, mass graves, impunity, criminal investigations, justice system, police, police brutality, journalists, international tribunals, anti-war, soldiers, families, orphans, landmines, landmine victims, health services, national memory, alcoholism, poverty, wildlife, genocide, Tamil people, Sri Lankan independence, exile, Sri Lankan immigrants in France, diaspora, prisons, Sinhala people, international solidarity; referenced individuals include Chandrika Kumaratunga, V. Pirabakaran, Chandraguptha Thenuwara, Mylvaganam Nimalrajan; references or specifically about New York Zoological Society, Sri Lankan Army, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), Sri Lankan Internship Program (SLIP), Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID), Interfaith Pilgrimage for Faith and Life, Cyberspace Graveyard, destruction of records, mass grave sites in Sri Lanka, Attorney General's Department, Sri Lankan civil war, terrorism, Lotus Flag Day; places made include Quezon City (Philippines), USA, Sri Lanka, France; languages include English, Sinhala, French
Drawer D-10, Folder 1

Philippines: Arts and Culture 1978-1999

Physical Description: 35

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Includes laminated items

Scope and Content Note

makers include Toni Truesdale, S Point Printing, Robert Enríquez, Boyet, Nestor Gener, A. Lin Neumann, John Silva, Laong Laan, Jonathan Best, Asian Council for People’s Culture, LACC Samahang Pilipino, Philippine National Day Planning Committee, Philippine Educational Theatre Association (PETA), Leap Design, Asia Visions Media Foundation, Inkworks Press; places made include California (USA), Netherlands, New York (USA), Norway, Philippines; referenced individuals include Lenny Limjoco, Barbara Dane, Pablo Menendez, Richard M. Nixon, Carlos "Botong" Francisco, Antonio Villegas, Jose Rizal, Andres Bonifacio, Francisco Balagtas, Limahong, Paul Galang, Jen Schradie, Matt DeVries, Tiger Woods, Bert Monterona, Corazon Aquino; references or specifically about Filipino Muslims, A Rustling of Leaves (film), Migrante (film), Filipina maids in Hong Kong, Kasama (film), Bagong Silangan, People’s Centennial Forum, People’s Cultural Caravan, Philippine National Day, Spanish colonial period, Operasjon Dagsverk, The Golf War (film), armed guerillas, Ang Groupong Pendong, Beyond the Walls of Prisons (film); related topics include Islam, Philippine Revolution, art exhibitions, photography, women, labor, film, migrant labor, New People’s Army (NPA), documentary film, anniversaries, arts and culture, cultural events, international solidarity, music, musicians, land rights, land defense, construction and development, golf, peasants, political prisoners; languages include Tagalog (Filipino), German, Norwegian, Dutch
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Philippines: Anti-Nuclear / Ecology 1991-1994

Physical Description: 5

Scope and Content Note

related topics include spirituality, ecology, religion, rainforests, coral reefs, conservation, sea life, Chernobyl disaster, boycotts, nuclear waste, nuclear pollution, nuclear weapons; makers include The Foundation for the Care of Creation, Inc. (FCCI), The Philippines Reef & Rainforest Project, B. Blinvey, Nuclear-Free Philippines Coalition, Reynaldo C. Macutay; places made include Quezon City (Philippines); references or specifically about Christians, Franciscans, God, reforestation, Danjugan Island (Philippines), Nestle, baby milk, Mother Earth
Drawer D-10, Folder 3

Philippines: Bayan (New Patriotic Alliance) 1987-2000

Physical Description: 15

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Includes laminated items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include conferences, U.S. imperialism, globalization, capitalism, peace, democracy, U.S. aid, political prisoners, militarism, land reform, land struggles, land rights, industrialization, construction and development; makers include Bayan International-USA, Comité Pro-Democracia en Mexico, Advocacy Advertising, Erik Arazas, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Bayan-Mindanao; referenced individuals include Ferdinand Marcos, Ronald Reagan, Corazón Aquino, Benigno Aquino Jr., Rudy Romano, Tullio Favalim; references or specifically about People of Color Against Imperialist Globalization, Philippine military, U.S. military bases, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), "Junk APEC"
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Philippines: Indigenous People 1980-1995

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include land rights, indigenous heritage, religion, Christianity, tribal petitions, ancestral domain, tribal resistance, films, self-determination, conferences, peace, national minorities, national solidarity, diversity, theater, inculturation, ecology, sustainability, exploitation; makers include Joseph Fertin, Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines, Episcopal Commission on Tribal Filipinos (ECTF), Southeast Asia Resource Center, Abay, Cordillera People's Alliance, Tunay na Alyansa ng Bayan Alay sa Katutubo (TABAK), Chitoy Zapata, National Council of Churches in the Philippines - People's Action for Cultural Ties (NCCP-PACT), Bimbo Nemeño, Egay Fernandez; referenced individuals include Macli-ing Dulag, Ampo; places made include Quezon City (Philippines); references or specifically about Tribal Filipino Sunday, Kalinga tribe, Tiboli tribe, Chico River Dam Project, Season of Thunder: Tribal Filipino Resistance, University of the Cordilleras, Cordillera (Philippines), genocide, The Tubao Group, Lubay (theater production), Bisaya peoples; languages include English, Tagalog (Filipino), Cebuano
Drawer D-10, Folder 5

Philippines: Individuals 1974; 1981-1989; 1996

Physical Description: 30

Scope and Content Note

related topics include government and politics, politicians, massacres, terrorism, imperialism, fascism, communism, nepotism, military bases, U.S. imperialism, human rights, political corruption, capitalism, despotism, oil, cronyism, anniversaries, labor activists, Filipino-Americans, international crimes, U.S. relations with Philippines, natural resources, exploitation; referenced individuals include Ferdinand Marcos, Adolf Hitler, Amado Guerrero, Imelda Marcos, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Fidel V. Ramos, Corazón Aquino, Mark Jimenez, Erap Estrada, Lucio Tan, Dandling Cojuangco, Silme Domingo, Gene Viernes, Constantine Baruso, Leonilo Malabed, Leandro Alejandro, Alexander Haig, Habulan, Benigno Aquino Sr., Ronald Reagan, Desmond Egan, Romano Zago; references or specifically about swastikas, Malacañang Palace, Philippine Constabulary, Philippine Society and Revolution (PSR), martial law, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), anti-terrorism bill, the color yellow (Corazón Aquino), Uncle Sam, Philippine Mining Act of 1995, World Trade Organization (WTO), New People's Army (NPA), KM; languages include English, Tagalog (Filipino); makers include Coalition Against State Terrorism (CAST), Ecumenical Movement for Justice and Peace (EMJP), National Movement for Civil Liberties (NMCL), Bayan (New Patriotic Alliance), Foraivet, CCA Youth, Justice for Lean Alejandro Committee, Coalition Against the Marcos Dictatorship, Henry Flanagan, Kilcullen Amnesty Group
Drawer D-10, Folder 6

Philippines: Human Rights 1980s

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include militarization, democracy, censorship, youth, poetry, torture, Philippines Constabulary; makers include Filippijnen Groep Nederland (FGN), Fr. Ed de la Torre, Philippine Solidarity Network, Liberation Support Movement, Graphic Arts International Union (GAU), Lenny Limjoco, Amnesty International; places made include Netherlands; references or specifically about Philippine Conference for Human Rights; languages include English, Dutch; referenced individuals include Rudy del Carmen
Drawer D-10, Folder 7

Philippines: Labor 1985-1988

Physical Description: 8

Scope and Content Note

related topics include international solidarity, fair trade, agriculture, environmentalism, developing countries, global economics, May Day, trade unions, labor history; makers include Gruppe Schweiz-Philippinen; places made include Switzerland, Manila (Philippines), English; references or specifically about mascobado (sugar), Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU); languages include Swiss German, Tagalog (Filipino)
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Philippines: Peace / Anti-War / U.S. Intervention 1980s-1996

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political prisoners, dictatorships, Philippine Martial Law, international solidarity, humanitarian aid, U.S. imperialism, hunger; makers include Anti-Martial Law Coalition, Peace for the Land Committee, Multi-Sectorial Non-Government Organization, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), U.S. military bases, anti-nuclear, William Arkin, KSP, Continuity Task Force, Della Torre, Citizens Alliance for Consumer Protection, Alex Baluyut, Student Christian movement of the Philippines, Tony Reyesk, Aster Tegson, Jose Duran, Task Force Detainees of the Philippines; places made include Manila (Philippines); referenced individuals include Ferdinand Marcos, Benigno Aquino, Jr.; references or specifically about People's Conference Against Imperialist Globalization, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), Davao City (Philippines), League of Filipino Students (LFS), Defense Ministry-Student Accord of 1981, The Bible, Cordillera Women's Education and Resource Center; languages include Tagalog (Filipino), English
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Philippines: Peasant and Agrarian Reform 1986-1988; 1996

Physical Description: 28

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includes laminated items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include land rights, marches and demonstration, nonviolence, agriculture, human rights, calendars, religion, Christianity, religious solidarity, land reform, industrialization, imperialism, international solidarity; makers include NCCP-Urban-Rural Mission & Gapas Foundation Inc., Jimmy A., Domingo & Nico G. Sepe, Kathandiwa, The World Council of Churches (WCC), Oikoumene, N.N.Y SP, Arado Negros, Kilusang Magnunukid ng Pilipinas (KMP), Pesante (Philippine Peasant Support Network), Philippine Peasant Institute, Coordinating Committee for Minority and Concerns, Form on Human Rights (UP-ISWCD), Audie de la Cruz, Renato Habulan, Liberation Graphics, Rural Missionaries of the Philippines; languages include Tagalog (Filipino), English, Cebuano; places made include USA, Philippines; references or specifically about The Bible, Assembly on Agrarian Reform, Congress for a People's Agrarian Reform (CPAR), Christian Conference of America, Anti-Imperialism World Peasant Summit
Drawer D-10, Folder 10

Philippines: Political Prisoners 1985; 1993

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include fascism, political repression, U.S. imperialism, peace, death penalty, peasant solidarity, children, human rights; places made include Quezon City (Philippines); makers include Free Visayas Political Detainees Movement, Task Force Detainees of the Philippines (TFDP), J.A. Fernandez; references or specifically about Kalinga tribe, Association of Major Religious Superiors of the Philippines (AMRSP); referenced individuals include Juanito Itaas, Donato Continente, Fidel V. Ramos, Bill Clinton (William Clinton), Frank Wisner, James Rowe, Benigno Aquino Jr. (Ninoy Aquino), Johnny Escandor, Edgar Jopson, Remberto de la Paz, Macli-ing Dulag; languages include Tagalog (Filipino), English
Drawer D-10, Folder 11

Philippines: Religion 1985-1988

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include conferences, consumerism, education, religious solidarity, self-determination, militarization, military bases, U.S. imperialism, religious diversity, Muslims, Christianity, economy, fasting; makers include Church Based Consumers' Movement (CBCM), Jess Abrera, Abet Jimenez, Kaisahan Graphics, Philippines Alliance of Human Rights Advocates, Ecumenical Movement for Justice and Peace, Cagayan Valley-Human Rights Organization, National Council of Churches in the Philippines, World Council of Churches (Oikoumene), Ega Carreron, Pagtitipon, Magenta, Basic Chrisitian Community, Promotion of Church People's Response (PCPR) - Visayas, Anino, BCC-CO, CAP Reyes, Commission of Evangelism and Ecumenical Relations; references or specifically about Iliglian (Philippines), Cagayan (Philippines), U.S.-Aquino regime, Mindanao Interfaith People's Conference (MIPC), the Bible, Kadtuntaya Foundation, Inc., Lumad religion; languages include Tagalog (Filipino), English, Cebuano; referenced individuals include Corazón Aquino, Pope John Paul II, Antonio Fortich, Fr. Ed de la Torre; places made include Quezon City (Philippines)
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Philippines: Visayas 1986-1990

Physical Description: 14

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includes felt material items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, human rights, U.S. imperialism, malnutrition, children, condensed milk, self-reliance, poverty, public health, labor, sugar cane workers, anniversaries, internal refugees, food, peace, agrarian reform, exploitation; makers include M.M. Jane, Human Rights Alliance, First Light, Balikatan at Ugnayang Naglalayong Sumagip sa Sanggol (BUNS), J-Press, Dihon/CAP, Negros Relief and Rehabilitation Center, Inc. (NRRC), Concerned Citizens for Justice and Peace (CCJP), Save Visayas Campaign Committee; references or specifically about U.S.-Aquino regime, Negros (Philippines), Nestle campaign, Escalante massacre (Bloody Thursday), Martial law, Peace Week; referenced individuals include Corazón Aquino, Raymundo T. Jarque, Fr. Redempto Maniwang; places made include Negros (Philippines), Cebu City (Philippines); languages include English
Drawer D-10, Folder 13

Philippines: Women and Children 1983-1989

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include calendars, land reform, peace, agriculture, agricultural labor, marches and demonstrations, feminism, grassroots media, publications, anti-war, U.S. intervention, poverty, women's movement, cultural events, equal rights, militarization, sex tourism, motherhood, empowerment, voting, women's history, women's suffrage, international solidarity, religion, religious activism, peasant women, land rights, emancipation, youth, women's liberation movement; makers include Mothers and Relatives Against Tyranny (MARTYR), Buklod Center, Jimmy Domingo, Amihan, Gabriela (National Alliance of Women's Organizations in the Philippines), Center for Women's Resources, Samakana, Cajipe Endaya, Corillera Women's Coordinating Council, Ible, National Council of Churches in the Philippines, Amihan (National Federation of Peasant Women), Noli Garalde, Marya and Melo, Center for Women's Resources (CWR), National Movement for the Promotion of Breastfeeding, Gerry B. Baldo, Abay, Free Mila D. Aguilar Committee; referenced individuals include Corazón Aquino, Edicio de la Torre, Mila D. Aguilar, Dodoy Roque, Ramona Aguilar; references or specifically about Baí (publication), Diwata Foundation, International Women's Day, Miss Universe, Women's Peace Rally; languages include English, Tagalog (Filipino); places made include Manila (Philippines), Quezon City (Philippines)
Drawer D-10, Folder 14

Philippines: Various Topics 1986-1989; 2011

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include education, arts and culture, democracy, dictatorship, political organizations; makers include Philippine Education Support Committee (PESCom), Franz DG, Visual Attack, Habi Arts, Asian Social Institute Communication Center Manila, Inkworks Press, National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDF), Red Letter; referenced individuals include Augustine Loorthusamy; references or specifically about Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), Makibaka, New People's Army (NPA), Kasama, National Peasant Union (PKM); languages include English
Drawer D-11, Folder 1

Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Oversize 1946-1988

Physical Description: 33

Scope and Content Note

related topics include youth, socialism, communism, class structure, middle class, industry, production, labor, design, construction, economics, May Day, health care, hospitals, medicine, technology, education, universities, opera, arts and culture, congress meetings, theater, actors, World War II, children, Soviet Union (USSR), Vietnam War, international solidarity, Hiroshima (Japan), anti-nuclear, working class, elections, campaigns, napalm, social security, social services, productivity, voting, reunification, anti-war, peace, political songs, festivals; makers include Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ), Sachsenverlag, Druckhaus Einheit Leipzig, A. Mohr, Druckerei Volksstimme Magdeburg, Jürgen Mücke, IAA, Renate Becker, Hartmut Schorsch, Zentralkomitee der SED, Wolfram Riedel, A. Schmidt, Rudolf Grüttner, Dewag Dresden-Hirth, Ostsee-Druck Rostock, M. Kloppert, Werner Laube, Rudolf Wendt, Helmut Brade, Johannes R. Becher, Kulturbund der DDR, Kerstin Bigalke, Christlich Demokratische Jugend (CDJ) Freier Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (FDGB), Staatlicher Kunsthandel der DDR, Gerd Schlauch, Aktionsbündnis Vereinigte Linke, Demokratischer Aufbruch; references or specifically about 10-year anniversary of DDR, Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands (KPD), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), State Council of East Germany (Staatsrat), Charité-Krankenhaus (Berlin), Parteitag der SED, October Revolution, Solidaritätskomitee der DDR, The Miyuki Bridge, National-Demokratische Partei Deutschlands (NDPD), Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany, Partei des Demokratischen Sozialismus (PDS); referenced individuals include Max Reimann, Karl Liebknecht, Rudolf Virchow, Robert Koch, Ferdinand Sauerbruch, Theodor Brugsch, Thomas Billhardt, Vladimir Lenin, Flieger, Schallnau, Wongel, Y. Matsushige, Willy Brandt, Klaus Wittkugel, Thomas Müntzer; languages include German, English
Drawer D-11, Folder 2

Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ) 1957-1989

Physical Description: 30

Scope and Content Note

related topics include youth, cultural events, literature, elections, voting, campaigns, peace, political songs, children, labor, productivity, communism, socialism, education, technology, engineering, patriotism, music, athletics, students, youth clubs, South Africa, international solidarity; makers include Karl-Heinz Beck, IAA, Dewag Halle, Osterdruck Rostock, Tapia, Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ), Schreier, P. Kalbe; references or specifically about formation of East Germany (DDR), Red October, Nationale Front (NF), Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Parteitag der SED, World Festival of Youth and Students, World Federation of Democratic Youth, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Amandla; referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin, Angela Davis, Bertolt Brecht, Fidel Castro, Nelson Mandela, Pete Seeger
Drawer D-11, Folder 3

Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Freier Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (FDGB) 1960-1984

Physical Description: 26

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The Free German Trade Union Federation

Scope and Content Note

related topics include May Day, labor, international solidarity, trade unions, peace, mining, socialism, youth, arts and culture, theater, workers’ festivals, multiculturalism, science, technology, collectivism, production, militarism, working class, labor slogans, concerts, cultural events, congresses, construction; makers include Kummert, Klaus Lemke, H. Lungwitz, Gerd Schlauch, IAA, Gerhard Bunke, Richter-Scheller, Haack-Hoede-Tribüne, M. Sell, Ingo Arnold, Hischör Fuer; references or specifically about Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Parteitag der SED, Bezirk Gera (East Germany); referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Johannes R. Becher
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Political Parties - Demokratische Bauernpartei Deutschlands (DBD) / National-Demokratische Partei Deutschlands (NDPD) 1989-1990

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

related topics include voting, elections, campaigns, social services, social class, German Reunification, ecology, farming, food, agriculture, production, farmers, natural resources, environmental protection, environmentalism, conservation, land rights, agricultural cooperatives, nutrition, health; makers include Kh.Gü, Büro.W. Graphic Design; references or specifically about Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), East Germany, National Association of Saxony-Anhalt; referenced individuals include Günter Hartmann
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Bund Freier Demokraten 1990

Physical Description: 8

Scope and Content Note

related topics include elections, campaigns, voting, liberal political parties, socialism, property rights; makers include Dassing, Agentur Berlin; references or specifically about Deutsche Forumpartei (DFP), Liberal-Demokratische Partei Deutschlands (LDP), Freie Demokratische Partei (FDP), Die Liberalen; referenced individuals include Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Detlef Förste
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Political Parties 1990-1994

Physical Description: 31

Scope and Content Note

related topics include elections, voting, campaigns, socialism, economics, political alliances, ecology, social security, anti-socialism, religion, market economy, Christian political parties, right-wing political parties, German reunification, anti-capitalism, youth, Stalinism, European elections, Marxism; makers include Demokratischer Aufbruch (DA), Wahlkommission der DDR, Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Konrad-Adenauer-Haus, Kölnische Verlagsdruckerei, Vereinigte Linke (VL), Aktionsbündnis Vereinigte Linke (AVL), Günter Schorcht, IAA, Marxistische Gruppe, T. Ebel, Neues Forum, Lerz, Oresk, Die Nelken, Helga Lade, Deutsche Forumpartei (DFP); references or specifically about Deutsche Soziale Union (DSU), Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Leipzig (Germany), Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), East Germany, Parteitag der SED, Humboldt-Universität; referenced individuals include, Wolfgang Schnur, Rita Süssmuth, Rainer Eppelmann, Mikhail Gorbachev, Helmut Kohl, Jenny Müller, Lutz Bien, Sebastian Pflugbeil, Siegfried Geissler, Sabine Wolff
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Solidaritätskomitee der DDR 1975-1986

Physical Description: 44

Scope and Content Note

related topics include international solidarity, international aid, Chile, Nicaragua, imperialism, poverty, medicine, health care, pan-Africa, torture, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, military, People's Republic of Kampuchea, Cambodia, children, Vietnam War, South Africa, political prisoners, labor, political posters, El Salvador, U.S. imperialism, Palestine, peace, Mozambique, Laos, calendars; makers include Gunnar Müller, Steinberg, Gerhard Trost, R. Wiegand, Dewag Erfurt, Damm, Grünewald, Voigt, Bernd Rückert; references or specifically about Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), "Peasant Series", "Primitivism", EPA, ATC; referenced individuals include Salvador Allende, Mario Marin, Ho Chi Minh, Víctor Jara, Nelson Mandela, Karl Marx, Luis Corvalán; languages include German, Spanish, Russian, French, English
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Solidarity With Soviet Union (USSR) 1972-1989

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include books, literature, peace, October Revolution, maps, labor, fascism, World War II, Red Army, anniversaries, communism, peace, science, culture, conferences, youth, socialism, theater, Soviet posters, calendars, holidays, anti-war, cultural events; makers include IAA, Reiner Schwalme, Druckkombinat Berlin, Hans George Gerasch, Moskauer Arbeiter, Hubert Grosser, Hedwig Krimmer, Verlag Das Freie Buch, Kloppert, Klaus Lemke, Helmut Wengler, Thomas Belhardt, ODR, H. F. Jütte, Grassmann, Stecher, Karl-Heinz Beck, Dewag Dresden - Hirth, Ostsee-Druck Rostock, Gerd Lippmann; references or specifically about Hitlerism, Victory in Europe Day (V-E Day); referenced individuals include Vladimir Lenin, Adolf Hitler, Dmitry Moor, El Lissitzky, Vladimir Mayakovsky; languages include German, Russian, Italian, French
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - International Solidarity - General 1976-1994

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include imperialism, African children, peace, El Salvador, South Africa, Palestine, student movements, Ethiopia, Chile, South Africa, political prisoners, apartheid, pan-Africa, health, health care, medicine, communism, health aid, fascism, Laos, Vietnam; makers include Jürgen Mücke, Studio Billhardt, Thomas Billhardt, Rudolf Grüttner, Druckwerke Reichenbach, R. Wiegand, Damm, Gerhard Voigt, Friedrich, Neumann, Matthias Gubig, IAA, Werbung Potsdam, Klaus Lemke, J. Fiedler, G. Plus, Norbert Günther, Konsum-Druck; references or specifically about Solidaritätskomitee der DDR, Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN), African National Congress (ANC), Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss (AStA FU), ak, Zionism; referenced individuals include Augusto Pinochet, Nelson Mandela, Pablo Neruda; languages include German, Amharic, Spanish, Arabic, English, French
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Individuals 1961-1988

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include music, working class, biographical timelines, anti-Semitism, Nazi Germany, Berlin Wall, arts and culture, communism, fascism, anti-war, space exploration, Chile; makers include K. H. Drescher, Gerda Goedhart, Karl-Heinz Drescher, Druckkombinat, Gerhard Trost, Brigitte Fischer, Ostseedruck Rostock, IAA, Horst Süss, Druckhaus Karl-Marx-Stadt, Udo Rathke, Staatlicher Kunsthandel der DDR, Helmut Wengler, Thomas Billhardt, Ruth Berlau, Tatjana Philipp, Peter Nitzsche, Klaus Herrmann, Hartmut Lindemann, Osterdruck Rostock, Norbert Günther, Gr. Plus, W. Eigendorf, G. Lenz, Hartmut Lindemann, M. De Maizière, O. Nehmzow, Hornig, Dewag Werbung Halle - Dostal, Rainer Menschik, Eva Haak, Jochen Fiedler; references or specifically about Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), East Germany, Hanns Eisler Day, Die Gleichheit (magazine); referenced individuals include Hanns Eisler, Heiner Goebbels, Alfred Harth, Hannes-Zerbe-Blechband, Gustav Seitz, Bertolt Brecht, Clara Zetkin, Karl Liebknecht, Rosa Luxemburg, Hans Globke, Wilhelm Pieck, Ernst Busch, Alfred Frank, Georgi Dimitroff, Adolf Hennecke, Albert Einstein, Juri Gagarin, Copernicus, Luis Corvalán
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Ernst Thälmann 1971-1986

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

related topics include socialism, communism, films; makers include Hornig, DEWAG Werbung, Stefan Dachsel, Arno Mohr, IAA, Alexander Schiel, Druckerei Schweriner, Gebs & Li, Klaus Lemke, Ostsee-Druck Rostock, Gerd Schlauch, Joachim Jansong, Andre Kahane, Lothar Ziratzki, Jörg Kuss, Willi Sitte; references or specifically about Parteitag der SED, Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), VEB DEFA-Studio, Gruppe Kontakt; referenced individuals include Rosa Koch, Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Karl Marx / Friedrich Engels / Vladimir Lenin 1970-1990

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

related topics include art exhibitions, monuments of East Berlin, socialism, Vietnam, children, international solidarity, Cuba, education, labor, class-consciousness, Nicaragua, Soviet Union (USSR); makers include Bernd Sinterhauf, Oktoberdruck, Erh. Schreier, H. Pflaum, IAA, Imre Halmos, Thomas Billhardt, Horst Wendt, Studio Billhardt, Karl-Heinz Drescher, Arbeit der Handsetzerei, Ernst Gloor, Hans Rudolf Lutz, "Anti-Dühring", DEWAG, Rudolf Grüttner, Uwe Steinberg, Klaus Bernsdort, Ostsee-Druck Rostock, Jürgen Mücke, Druckwerke Reichenbach, Rainer Dassow, Karl-Heinz Beck, H. Lachmaier, Otto Kummert, Siegmar Förster, Interdruck Leipzig, Horst Wessler, Klaus Parche, Staatlicher Kunsthandel der DDR, Hans Gerasch, Moskauer Arbeiter, Axel Bertram, Druckhaus Karl-Marx-Stadt; references or specifically about "Workers of the World Unite", "Das Kapital", Staatliches Museum Schwerin; referenced individuals include Eugen Dühring, Ul Janowoi, Wolfgang Kenkel, E. Heilig, A. Fischer, R. Melis; languages include German, Russian, English, Spanish, French
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Martin Luther 1983

Physical Description: 11

Note

Includes series made in 1983 honoring Martin Luther titled "Martin Luther Ehrung 1983"

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Luther Trees, religion, Christianity, commemorations, Church reform, the Reformation, Catholicism; makers include Martin Hoffmann, Druckerei Graetz, Staatlicher Kunsthandel der DDR, Bock/Wenzel/Zielke, Rudolf Grüttner, Grafische Werke Zwickau III; references or specifically about La Marseillaise, Martin Luther Ehrung 1983, the Bible; referenced individuals include Friedrich Engels, Johann Forster, George Spalatin, Justus Jonas, Caspar Cruciger, Philipp Melanchthon, Desiderius Erasmus, Karl Marx, Kardinal Cajetan, Hans Brosamer, Thomas Müntzer
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Labor and Economy 1977-1988

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include May Day, art exhibitions, political poster exhibitions, elections, voting, campaigns, construction, science, technology, productivity, work performance, business, capitalism, imports, nationalism, engineering, energy resources, cabarets, satirical theater, conservation of material resources, energy conservation, children, education, socialism, competitions, health care, medical services, peace, map of Dresden (Germany), agriculture, industry; makers include Klaus Parche, Seidel, Redaktion Agitation, Ostsee-Druck Rostock, Karl-Heinz Beck, H. Reche, Wolfram Riedel, Hans Dieter Gumm, IAA, Gerd Schlauch, Wolfgang Gregor, Giesela Steineckert, Klaus Lemke, Volker Hedemann, Ralf-Jürgen Lehmann, Klauss, Henryk Berg, Damme & Fiedler, Norbert Wientzkowski, Udo Stieglitz, Utz Müller, Gerhardt Bunke, Gomille, Gerhard Voss, Dieter Heindorff, Ingborg Jann, Otto Kummert, Hans-Georg Gerasch, Marlen Goischke, Dieter Oelschner, DEWAG Dresden, Nasdala, Groth; references or specifically about Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Nationalen Front (NF), Parteitag der SED, October Revolution, work plan of 1980, Kleist-Theater; referenced individuals include Arno Mohr, Silke Binsch, Peter Kaiser, Peter Dittrich, Gerd Eggers, Paul Wiens, Vladimir Lenin
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Women 1975-1991

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

related topics include conferences, democracy, International Women’s Day, multiculturalism, international solidarity, women’s rights, feminism, domestic work, family, equal rights, labor, gender equality, social services, children, art exhibitions, photography; makers include Unabhängiger Frauenverband (UFV), Demokratischer Frauenbund Deutschlands (DFD), Karl-Heinz Beck, Barbara Henniger, IAA, Haufe, Dewag Dresden, CUF-PFS, Gerarch Hahn, Rosemarie Steudtner, Thomas Billhardt, Hilde Schramm; references or specifically about social decline, Für Dich (magazine); referenced individuals include Barbara Köppe
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Anniversaries 1973-1987

Physical Description: 18

Scope and Content Note

related topics include youth, diplomacy, foreign policy, children, communism, technology, socialism, working class, peace, military, World War II, fascism, military recruitment, Berlin (Germany), labor, production, history; makers include Interdruck, Rosmarie Steudtner, Thomas BIllhardt, Ostsee-Druck Rostock, IAA, Helmut Wengler, Horst Aldus, Rudolf Grüttner, Gesellschaft für Sport und Technik (GST), Ralf-Jürgen Lehmann, Druckhaus Karl-Marx-Stadt, Arno Mohr, Fleischer, Matthias Frotscher, Staatlicher Kunsthandel der DDR, Ostermaier/Burchert, Jochen Friedrich, Werner Laube, W. E. Roß, Horst Hermannsdörfer, Ernst Thälmann, Horst Wendt, DEWAG Berlin, Albrecht von Bodecker, Marita Herold; references or specifically about Victory in Europe Day (V-E Day), Plauener Spitzenfest, Plauen (Germany), Nationale Volksarmee (NVA), November Revolution (1918), Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands (KPD), Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED); referenced individuals include Daniel Ortega, Olof Palme, Andreas Papandreou, Erich Honecker, Konstantin Tschernenko, Bettino Craxi, Kim Il Sung, Günter Kunert, Faleska Meinig, Fritz Heckert
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Party Conferences (Parteitag) 1976-1989

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include socialism, congresses, military; makers include Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Klaus Bernsdorf, Volksstimme Magdeburg, Heinz Möhrdel, Druckhaus Karl-Marx-Stadt, Hajo Schüler, Andreas Mußmann, Borke, Schönert, Ostsee-Druck Rostock, Heinz Lungwitz, Druckerei Phönix; references or specifically about transportation; referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Voting and Elections 1979-1986

Physical Description: 18

Scope and Content Note

related topics include election campaigns, family, youth, education, labor, employment, retirement, social services, peace, children, socialism; makers include Karl-Heinz Beck, Wahlagitationskommission, Brauer, Peter Bundermann, IAA, Mokansky, Boldt, DEWAG Dresden/Hirth, Druckkombinat Berlin, Ostseedruck Rostock, Nationalen Front (NF), M. Anker, H. Wiedl, Reiner Schwalme, L. Wendlandt, H. Schorsch, Peter Kalbe, Klaus Bernsdorf, D. Oelschner, Volkstimme Magdeburg, W. Thieme, Weiz, Helmut Wengler, G. Senft; references or specifically about Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ)
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Peace / Anti-War 1979-1990

Physical Description: 50

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Waffenamt (WaA), arms exports, weapons exports, capitalism, films, Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany, Europe, international solidarity, U.S. military, missiles, anti-nuclear, humanism, border troops (Grenztruppen), communism, U.S. cultural critique, German Peasants' War (Deutscher Bauernkrieg), children, students, education, construction, socialism, voting, elections, campaigns, anniversaries, housing, multiculturalism, imperialism, arms race, Cold War; makers include Videowerkstatt Erlangen, U. Wünsch, Werner Laube, Hajo Schüler, IAA, DEWAG Berlin, Rudolf Grüttner, Klaus Morgenstern, Alexander Schiel, Ostseedruck Rostock, Horst Wendt, W. Fröbus, Axel Bertram, Signograph Leipzig, Staatlicher Kunsthandel der DDR, Wolfgang Brock, Ekkehard Walter, N. Wientzkowski, H.-D. Kuhn, Druckkombinat Berlin, Reiner Schwalme, Otto Kummert, Günter Hiller, Zentrum für Kunstausstellungen der DDR, Ralf-Jürgen Lehmann, Susanne Kandt-Horn, Druckhaus Karl-Marx-Stadt, Hans-Dieter Gumm, Druckerei Neues Deutschland, Gerda Dassing, Andreas Strozyk, Gunnar Riemelt, Gerhard Kiessling, Lars Wendlandt, J. Mücke, Arno Mohr, Jochen Friedrich, Volksstimme Magdeburg, Mans Hedström, Wolfgang Kenkel, Jürgen Haufe, Armin Münch, Gerd Lippmann, Peter Tschauner, Konsum-Druck Berlin, Martin Hoffman, Druckerei Graetz, Kunsthochschule Berlin Larisch, Klaus Johne, Monika Prust; references or specifically about Friedenstag, "Naturfreunde" Stuttgart, Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ), Nationale Volksarmee (NVA), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Statue of Liberty, Able Archer 83 (NATO missile plans), "Für den Frieden der Welt," Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands (KPD), Nationalen Front, Wohnungsbaukombinat (WBK), Guernica, fine arts, Internationales Jahr des Kindes, Pikadon (Hiroshima and Nagasaki), Berliner Zeitung (publication), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Brandenberg Gate; referenced individuals include Stefan Heym, Ronald Reagan, Bertolt Brecht, Wilhelm Busch, John Heartfield, Pablo Picasso, Johannes R. Becher; languages include German, English, Czech
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Youth and Children 1977-1988

Physical Description: 23

Scope and Content Note

related topics include missiles, anti-war, peace, voting, elections, campaigns, women, anniversaries, engineering, Soviet Union (USSR), socialism, education, youth festivals, athletics, sports, children’s rights, school funding, public education, international solidarity, health, children’s stories, nutrition; makers include Golz, Unger, IAA, Rolf-Felix Müller, Ernst, DEWAG Berlin, Alexander Schiel, Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Ostsee-Druck Rostock, Lemke, Billhardt, Harald Larisch, Liane Lemke, Druckkombinat Berlin, Heinz Lungwitz, Alfred Pieske, Ernst Gebauer, Deutsche Jugendpartei (DJP), Netzker, Martin Hoffman, Druckerei Graetz, Thomas Schleusing, Henryk Berg, Ingeborg Jann, Klaus Schlage, Werner Schulze; references or specifically about North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Prenzlauer Berg (Berlin), International Children’s Day, Parteitag der SED, Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), World Festival of Youth and Students, World Federation of Democratic Youth, Leipzig (Germany), Indianischer Spruch; referenced individuals include Marlies Göhr, Erich Honecker
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Arts and Culture 1978-1997

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include art exhibitions, peace, German reunification, quilts, working class, East Berlin, books and publications, literature, youth, photography, book festivals, fascism, films; makers include Friedenreserve Söhrewald, Frank Neubauer, Gruppe PLUS, BasisDruck, Ulrich Forchner, Staatlicher Kunsthandel der DDR, Matthias Wittig, Movimento, Lauretta Rix, Druckhaus Karl-Marx-Stadt; references or specifically about Prignitz Museum, Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany, Eisenach (DDR), Söhrewald (Germany), Parteitag der SED, Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Oktoberklub, Bible, Elefanten Press Galerie; referenced individuals include Bogomil J. Helm, Käthe Kollwitz, Lutz Rathenow, Harald Hauswald
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - 1948-1965 1948-1965

Physical Description: 37

Scope and Content Note

related topics include socialism, military defense, youth, children, education, peace, sports, athletics, health, voting, elections, campaigns, labor, May Day, living conditions, nationalism, unity democracy, maps, production, industry, communism, Soviet Union (USSR), economics, missiles, international statistics, U.S. military, Cold War, election charts, government constituencies, safety, parenting, teachers, agriculture, farming, anti-war, fascism, World War II, competitions, workers, occupational training, reading, literacy, international solidarity, Christmas, art exhibitions; makers include DEWAG Verbung, Sachsenverlag Dresden, Berliner Verlag, Zentrales Mai-Komitee für Land Sachsen, Nationalen Front, Schubert Hellerau, Zeitfres, Zentralkomitee der Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Aufbau Druckerei, Bernsdorf, Der Rat des Bezirkes Dresden, Kochwerbung Dresden, Pionierorganisation, Gravo Druck, DEWAG Halle, Ratsdruckerei Dresden, L. Haussmann, Mitteldeutsche Druckerei, Vereinigung der Verfolgten des Naziregimes (VVN) (Association of Persecutees of the Nazi Regime), D.G. Linski, VEB Lehrkombinat Otto Grotewohl, Gerth, ABK - Fehsel, VEB Graphische Werkstatten, DEWAG Magdeburg, Dietz Verlag Berlin, Ostsee-Druck Rostock, Deutscher Turn- und Sportbund (DTSB) (German Gymnastics and Sports Association), DEWAG Leipzig, Robert Kuhn; references or specifically about Junge Welt, Deutsches Sportabzeichen (DSA), Nationalen Front, Deutschlands Stimme, The Five-Year Plan for 1951-1955, Pionierorganisation, Halle (Germany), Bauerntag, World Festival of Youth and Students, World Federation of Democratic Youth; referenced individuals include Wilhelm Pieck, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Vladimir Lenin; languages include Czech, German
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Various Topics 1968-1993

Physical Description: 33

Scope and Content Note

related topics include monuments of the DDR, disabled persons, blindness, cultural events, public forums, militarism, asylum, racism, refugees, World War II, USA, Soviet Union (USSR), United Kingdom, The Potsdam Conference (1945), German Peasants' War, history, evolution, natural selection, biology, science, ecology, environmentalism, wealth, capitalism, peace, disability rights, right-wing fraternities, national holidays, labor, productivity, Berlin (Germany), socialism, politicians, corporations, German reunification, phycology, November Revolution (1917), work benefits, labor standards, corporatism, religion, technology, west Berlin, communism; makers include Axel Bertram, IAA, Hans-Georg Gerasch, Laura Mara, Dewag, Klaus Lemke, Karl-Heinz Drescher, H.F. Jütte (VOB), Staatlicher Kunsthandel der DDR, Waldemar Strempler, Harold Larisch, Hajo Schüler, Norbert Günther, Jelena Masanik, André Kahane, Gerd Schlauch, Sonja Wunderlich, Kultur Brauerei, Gernot Brandt, Mand, Horst Wendt, J. Fiedler, Gr. Plus, Produktionsgenossen Kreuzberg, Zentralkomitee Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), Flieger, Schallnou, Wongel; references or specifically about Woche des weissen Stockes, Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), East Germany, Cree peoples, native americans, Burschis, right-wing extremism, Daimer Benz AG, Kirchentage, Weltniveau mitbestimmen, Spartakusbund; referenced individuals include Hermann Kant, Heinz Kahlau, Johannes R. Becher, Karl Otto Pöhl, Heinz Ruhnau, Edzard Reuter, Michael Schmitz, Helmut Kohl, ; places made include Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), East Germany
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Bündnis 90 / Grü Partei / Grüne Liga 1990

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, environmental conservation, politicians, voting, elections, peace, capitalism, market economy, government regulations, women, women’s rights, militarism; makers include Grüne Partei, Unabhängiger Frauen Verband, Bündnis 90, Albdruck, Neues Forum, Grüne Liga, Dorit Goedecke; references or specifically about "Das Nischendorado", article 23; referenced individuals include Wolf Deinert, Erich Honecker, Jens Reich, Luise Rinser
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Germany (East): Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) - Canvas - Oversize 1958

Physical Description: 2

Scope and Content Note

related topics include working class, anti-war; makers include Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands (KPD), Dewag Halle Dostal, Gravo Druck; references or specifically about anniversary of the Communist Party; referenced individuals include Wilhelm Pieck, Hanns Eisler
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Germany: Various Topics - Oversize 1982-1984

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, peace, anti-war, Iraq War, capitalism, police brutality, housing, rent control, Cockaigne, welfare, Deutsche Mark (DM), alternative transportation, equality, women's rights, education, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), anti-war, Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Freie Demokratische Partei (FDP), political corruption; referenced individuals include Lydie Schmidt, Erhard Monden, Carl Albrecht Bernoulli, Victor de Riqueti (Marquis de Mirabeau); makers include Arbeitsgemeinschaft Sozialdemokratischer Frauen (ASF), Hanna Wolf, M. Manks, Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (DGB), Fritz Schösser, Henning Wagenbreth, Foto/Druck/Gestaltung/Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (FDGÖ), Alternative Liste, Denk Neul, Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), NATURGESETZ Partei, Berliner Compagnie, Internationale der Kriegsdienstgegner (IDK), T. Rudolph, Michael Sowa
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Germany: Various Topics - Oversize 1975-1989

Physical Description: 28

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor, education, cartoons, government agencies, Berlin Wall, marches and demonstrations, women, environmentalism, extinctions, recycling, energy conservation, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD/West Germany), Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR/East Germany), ecology, mass media, theater, anti-nuclear, nuclear war, tourism, political parties, political corruption, German senate; references or specifically about "Die berufsbildungsreform" (The vocational education and training reform), Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV), Schützt unsere Umwelt, Kaiser's, Pershing II Missiles; makers include Amelie Glienke, Elefanten Press Galerie, Volland, Bundesverband Bürgerinitiativen Umweltschutz (BBU), Jusos Hessen, Judos, Die Grünen Landsverbände, Martin Lüneburg, Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft - Vereinigte KriegsdienstgegnerInnen (DFU-VK), Hanefi Yeter, Irmela Bittencourt, Werkstatt für Fotosatz, Künstler für den Frieden, Landesjegundring Sportler für den Frieden, Amnesty International, Jianping, Alternative Liste, Michael Sowa, Netzwerk; referenced individuals include Helmut Schmidt, Adolf Hitler, Albert Speer, Hermann von Harten, Eugene Rostow, Caspar Weinberger, Alexander Haig, Ronald Reagan
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Germany: Animal Rights 1980s

Physical Description: 3

Scope and Content Note

makers include Bundesverband Tierschutz e.V., Die Grünen, Graph Druckula; related topics include fashion, clothing, torture, violence, cruelty, dogs, raccoons, pigs, laboratory science experiments, animal testing
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Germany: Anti-Faschistische Aktion 1992-2007

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include women, fascism, patriarchy, political prisoners, racism, European identity, capitalism, marches and demonstrations, refugees, Nazism, immigrants, police brutality, Vietnam, youth, neo-Nazis, concert events, Kurdish people, May Day, peace, Italy, Italian fascism; references or specifically about International Women's Day, swastikas, Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands (NPD), Group of Eight (G8); referenced individuals include Mumia Abu-Jamal, Matthias Z, Giacomina Castagnetti, Giacomo Notari; makers include KuK, Ingrid Schubert, Netzwerk, Wladmie Schukow, S-BHF Friedrichstr, Ralf Fischer, F.J. Wagner, Clara Zetkin, Paul Breitner, Mathilda Ruthke; languages include German, English, Italian
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Germany: Calendars 1991-1994

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), body image, anti-fascism, police, law enforcement, police brutality, legal rights, arrests, gender performance, femininity, masculinity, gender, patriarchy, feminism, sexism, prisons, jails, women, men, quotations, novels, sexual violence, gender roles, racism, El Salvador; references or specifically about Schwules Museum, Laurel and Hardy, May Day, "Bullen" (police), Das Spaghetti der Erkenntnis oder die Nudel des Grauens, Die Glücklichen, Anti-WWG Doku (Weltwirtschaftsgipfel); referenced individuals include Oliver Hardy, Stan Laurel, Peter-Paul Zahl, Gudmund Vindland; makers include Albrecht Becker, B. Uster-Keaton, Mike Schröder; languages include German, English
Drawer D-12, Folder 6

Germany: Cardstock no date

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

makers include MOB; related topics include squatters, housing, police brutality, gentrification
Drawer D-12, Folder 7

Germany: Berliner Compagnie 1984-2006

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Cuban missile crisis, theater productions, political theater, comedies, privatization, water, oil, oil companies, South Africa, capitalism, poverty, homelessness, Palestine, Israel, arms exports, asylum, neo-liberalism, Islam, Bangladesh, Bollywood, women, World Bank; references or specifically about European Community (EC), Shell, Mercedes Benz, Mandelbaum Gate; referenced individuals include John F. Kennedy, Robert McNamara, Lyndon Johnson, Robert Kennedy, Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev, George W. Bush, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Chico Mendes (Francisco Alves Mendes Filho), Franz Josef Strauss, Helmet Kohl; makers include Rolf Hürter, Gerhard Fries; languages include German, Czech, English, Spanish
Drawer D-12, Folder 8

Germany: Die Linke 2007-2011

Physical Description: 9

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anniversaries, Nazism, anti-war, disarmament, peace, agriculture, food, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), economy, German stock exchange, banks, global economy, Afghanistan War, marches and demonstrations, military industrial complex, Bundeswehr; makers include Monika von der Lippe, Caren Lay, DDP Images, Werner Dreibus, Dietmar Bartsch, Picture-Alliance DPA
Drawer D-12, Folder 9

Germany: Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft Vereinigte Kriegsdienstgegner (DFG-VK) 1984-1996

Physical Description: 49

Scope and Content Note

related topics include conscientious objectors (CO), anti-war, peace, centenary, pacifism, anniversary events, cartoons, quotations, non-violent activism, disarmament, militarism, world hunger, war resisters, political prisoners, anti-nuclear, U.S. military bases in Germany, U.S. nuclear missiles, Vietnam War, draft resistance, marches and demonstrations, Somalia, German occupations, atomic bombings, military deserters, AWOL, military draft, symposiums, war budgets, military abolition, U.S. imperialism, colonialism, youth, military industrial complex, malnutrition, children; referenced individuals include Franz Joseph Strauss, Mahatma Gandhi, Albert Einstein, Carl von Ossietzky, Ralf Cüppers, Ernst Tötlich, Adam Keller, Ysh Gvul, Martin Niemöller, Leni Riefenstahl; references or specifically about Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Christlich-Soziale Union (CSU), Olof-Palme-Friedensmarschbüro, Bundeswehr (German Defense Force), Verteidigungspolitischen Richtlinien (VPR), Hondori (Hiroshima), Military Counseling Network (MCN), anti-United Nations (UN), Gulf Wars, Israel, Ohne Rüstung Leben (ORL), Victory in Europe Day (May 8, 1945), Olympiad (1938 film), BRD ohne Armee (BoA), Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR); makers include Plambeck und Co., Verlag GmbH, M. Gems, J. G. Barenbrock, Werkstatt, Nielis Petrnig, K. Mannhardt, Farbo GmbH, Kathrin Vogler, Pit Klasmeier, Hanno Rink, Christian Schmidt, H. Psiuk, Christian Axnick, Rudi Friedrich, Ledran, Neils Petring, Hans-Jürgen Kobus, Achim Lankenau, Christoph Rasch, Christophe Krombhe, Paul Panter, Matthias Ucker, Andreas Schwarz, Felix Oekentorp, G. Kiermeier
Drawer D-12, Folder 10

Germany: Children - Deutscher Kinderschutzbund (DKSB) 1997

Physical Description: 23

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Israel Defense Force, war casualties, North Korea, child abuse, French social services, violence, child protection services, political posters, child labor; makers include Kerstin Bergmann, David Tartakover, Hanse-Merkur Versicherungsgruppe, Hoffmann Nienburg Druck GmbH, Uwe Loesch, Eva Muggenthaler, Walter Bohatsch, Waldemar Swierzy, Christof Gassner, Vanessa Verillon, Bernhard Heinze, Ulf Mawrot, Isolde Baumgart, Günther Kieser, Nicolaus Ott, Bernard Stein, Gunther Ranbow, Hans Hillmann, Bernd Bexte, Michal Batory, Ben Bos, Justus Oehler, Tobias Ottenfelt, Dorothe Paula Schmidt, Hartman, Kim Bakker, Bettina Schwarberg; references or specifically about Aktion des Deutschen Plakat Essen Museums, putti; languages include German, English, French; referenced individuals include Ali Muhamad Juarwish, Astrid Lindgren
Drawer D-12, Folder 11

Germany: Deutsche Friedens-Union (DFU) 1972-1985

Physical Description: 32

Scope and Content Note

related topics include arms budget, politicians, government and politics, peace, anti-war, anti-nuclear, militarism, military in education, communism, arms industry, disarmament, arms race, neutron bombs, children, education, schools; makers include K. Hammer, Plambeck und Co., Horst Trapp, Richard Grübling, Inga Glinsman, D. Tinnel, Pistotnik, Ewald Ziegler, Demokratische Grafik, Offset-Marketing-Druck, Helmut Hehl, Lahrssen und Co., Herbert Bader, Marlies Schälger, Christopher Zörner, Ekkehard Lentz, Ulrich Siegmund; referenced individuals include Georg Leber, James Carter (Jimmy Carter), Ronald Reagan, Casper Weinberger, Renate Riemeck, Albert Schweitzer, Mikhail Gorbachev, Margaret Thatcher, Helmut Kohl; references or specifically about Jäger 90
Drawer D-12, Folder 12

Germany: Government and Politics 1972; 1980-2002

Physical Description: 41

Scope and Content Note

makers include Ursula Maier, M. Scharff, Bertolt Brecht, Angelika Hofmann, Martin Schwickert, Barbra Peterson, Kurt Jotter, Foto/Druck/Gestaltung/Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (FDGÖ), Donald Rooum, DDV-MA, B. Kant, A. Möller, KuK, Zusammenarbeit mit der Anti-Tunnel GmbH, Daniela Fiedler, Elefanten Press, Titanic, C. Roche, K.H. Rüpprich, Plambeck und Co, G. Heim, Marfalda Karlo, Norbert Schepers, Sabine Koch, Antifaschistisches Aktionsbündis III (AAB III), Spartakus, Jutta von Freyberg, Oktoberdruck, Bernd Küstner, Aktionskomitee gegen Berufsverbote, Design-Gruppe Fanz and Neumayer; related topics include political parties, fascism, music festivals, elections, voting, women, extreme right-wing politics, nationalism, arms exports, ecology, political posters, sexism, Prenzlauer Berg elections, election boycott, corporatism, anti-Parliament, immigration, construction and development, freedom of the press, censorship, terrorism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), Nazism; references or specifically about Die Republikaner (REP), Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands (NPD), Nationalistische Front (NF), Frelheltllche Deutsche Arbeiterpartel (FAP), Deutsche Volksunion (DVU), Ökologisch-Demokratische Partei (ÖDP), Deutsche Soziale Union (DSU), Freie Wählergemeinschaft "Die Nationalen", "Stimmvieh", Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Paragraph § 218 (anti-abortion), Partei des Demokratischen Sozialismus (PDS), swastikas, Berufsverbot, Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschland (SPD), Die Unregierbaren - Autonome Liste, European Parliament, "Büro für ungewöhnliche Maßnahmen", Die Grünen, Kreuzberger Patriotische Demokraten/Realistisches Zentrum, Paragraph § 129a (anti-terrorism), "Bullen" (police), Calvin (Calvin and Hobbes), Matrix; referenced individuals include Herta Effenberger, Kurt Tucholsky, Gregor Gysi, Willi Brandt, Adolf Hitler; languages include German, English
Drawer D-12, Folder 13

Germany: International Solidarity - North America and Caribbean Countries 1977-1997

Physical Description: 23

Scope and Content Note

related topics include American Indian Movement (AIM), political prisoners, quincentennial, colonialism, Basque Country, concert events, Lakota people, environmentalism, Native American religion, portraits, children, Hopi people, Hopi quotes, Cuba, international aid, aid caravans, Cuba flag, Cuban culture, Chiapas (Mexico), education, radio, mass media, festivals, revolutionaries, soli-parties (soli-fiestas), indigenous rights, police brutality, Zapatistas, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), World Cup, soccer, Puerto Rico, Movimiento de Liberación Nacional (MLN), boycotts, Gulf War; makers include Alp-druck, M. Strecker, Demokratiebedraf, Netzwerk Cuba, H.W. Hammer, Drucktechnik Odental, Kuro, Hachfeld, Vertrieb für Internationale Literatur, Mexiko-Gruppe im FDCL Gneisenaustraße, M. Pérez, Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss (AStA TU), Méxikogruppe Solidaridad Directa Berlin, Irene International, Elena Jordan, Antifa Jugendfront, FeIS; referenced individuals include Leonard Peltier, Potato (musical band), Edward S. Curtis, Geronimo, Crazy Horse (Tashunka Witko), Fidel Castro, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevera), José Guadalupe Posada, Ernesto Zedillo, Gloria Muñoz Ramírez, Subcomandante Marcos; references or specifically about Uncle Sam, Caciques; languages include German, Spanish; places made include Germany, France
Drawer D-12, Folder 14

Germany: John Heartfield [1928-1937]; 1978-1982

Physical Description: 43

Note

includes "La Pietra: Contro il Capitale e la Guerra" portfolio; bracket range represents dates of original items reproduced

Scope and Content Note

makers include Elefanten Press, Verlag GmbH, Deutsche Friedens-Union (DFU), Plambeck & Co., K. Hammer, Horst Trapp; related topics include communism, commemorations, anti-nuclear, U.S. foreign policy, Central America, marches and demonstrations, soldiers, labor, unemployment, hunger, anti-war, peace, capitalism, judicial system, currency, censorship; referenced individuals include Ernst Thälmann, Ronald Reagan, Kurt Tucholsky, Hermann Wilhelm Göring, Adolf Hitler, Franz Ritter von Stuck; references or specifically about Starbahn West, Reaganomics, swastikas, Spain, Spanish Civil War, May Day, Kharkiv (Ukraine), Berufsverbot, Lady Justice, Leipzig, Third Reich, Denkmal des Duce in Abessinien; languages include German, Italian, Spanish, Russian
Drawer D-12, Folder 15

Germany: Labor - IG Metall (IGM) 1966-1992

Physical Description: 31

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, anti-nuclear, nuclear facilities, Central America, youth, employment, concerts, racism, musical performances, job loss, apprenticeships, work hours per week, Central Europe, disarmament, racism, children, foreigner, xenophobia, immigration, cultural events, social welfare, festivals, unemployment, welfare cuts, centennials, anniversaries, German reunification; makers include Büro Essen, Lorenz Brockhues, Marjana Scheriau, Union-Druckerei GmbH, Barbara Straube, Karlfried Kunz-Weisßmann, Scholl + Klug Druckerei, IGM Jugend, IG Druck + Papier, Hans-Jörg Meyer, Josef, Freier Zusammenschluss von StudentInnenschaften (FZS), Andreas Büchter, R. Baron, Fantasia-Slebdruck, Klaus Zwickel, Kulturseminar der IGM-Jugend Niedersachsen, Bernd Köhler, W. Hölzel, R. Schwalme, Ludwig Kemeth, Werner Hillenbrand, Uwe Bordanowicz; references or specifically about "1000 Feuer an der Ruhr", Hiroshima, Vietnam War, World War III, Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund (DGB), Die Ludwigsburger Initiative, Jugendtag, Druckhaus Schwaben, Klaus Zwickel, "Liberty Leading the People", fine arts, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR); referenced individuals include Juan Miranda, Fasia, Bernd Schray, Wolfgang Spielvogel, Wolfgang Dauner, Irina Rosentreter, Thomas Uhl, Helmut Kohl, Eugène Delacroix; languages include German, English
Drawer D-12, Folder 16

Germany: About October Revolution 1977

Physical Description: 4

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communism, capitalism, labor, marches and demonstrations, Russian soldiers, fascism, socialism, mass media; referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Nicholas II of Russia, Vladimir Lenin, Adolf Hitler; languages include Russian, multiple languages; references or specifically about Izvestia (Russian newspaper); makers include Gisela Gericke, Dieter Heindorff, Werner Laube, Peter Thömmes, Ostsee-Druck Rostock; places made include Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR/East Germany)
Drawer D-12, Folder 17

Germany: Ronald Reagan 1980-1987

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include student movements, U.S. imperialism, Central America, El Salvador, U.S. intervention, international solidarity, anti-war, anti-nuclear, mushroom clouds, Warsaw Pact, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), non-alignment, Grenada, nuclear missiles, poetry, poets, maps; references or specifically about Asociación de Estudiantes Universitarios Salvadorenos (AGEUS), Allgemeiner Studierendenausschuss (AStA), Pershing II, New York Times, Hiroshima; referenced individuals include Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Tardencillas, Abdullah Ibrahim, Isabel Parra, Angel Parra, W. Koostre, Phil Agee, Bertolt Brecht, Helmut Kohl, Franz Josef Strauss, Marie Luise Kaschnitz, Nancy Reagan; makers include Verlag Die Werkstatt, Plambeck & Co., Achim Maske, Arbeiterfotographie, Komitee für Frieden, Bund der Antifaschistinnen und Antifaschisten" (VVN-BdA), Kurt Erlebach, Olaf Gollnek, Verlag Gruner + Jahr, Wolfgang Behnken, Franz Epping, Kunstkolletiv am Bahnof
Drawer D-12, Folder 18

Germany: Russell Tribunal (International War Crimes Tribunal) 1978

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include human rights, censorship, Berufsverbot (professional disqualification), German human rights violations; makers include Foto/Druck/Gestaltung/Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (FDGÖ), Christian Schaffernicht, U. Jung, P. Steinmatz; referenced individuals include Bertrand Russell
Drawer D-12, Folder 19

Germany: Terre des Hommes 1988-2001

Physical Description: 30

Note

items that include the word "ausstellung" may or may not refer to art exhibitions

Scope and Content Note

related topics include poverty, children, Philippines, international aid, malnutrition, breast feeding, bottle feeding, women, boycotts, baby formula companies, landmines, child refugees, child soldiers, orphans, anti-war, exhibitions, Third World, global economics, debt crisis, Vietnam, South Africa, child trafficking, Taiwan, Thailand, Romania, child abuse, children's rights, child labor, racism, sexual abuse, sex tourism, education, pharmaceutical waste, pharmaceutical aid, child prostitution, public health; makers include Hans-Martin Große-Oetringrecht, Uew Britten, Katharina Müllerschön, Matthias Witt, Andreas Rister, Müss, Norbert Lücken, Bank für Gemeinwirtschaft, ATI Design, Andreas Körner, Diedier Bregnard, Jonas Ekströmer, Klaus Staeck, Steidl, Beate Diergardt, International Koalition für die Beendigung des Einsatzes von Kindersoldaten, Fotonews/Gamma, Till Mayer, Peter Dammann, Dobrivoie Kerpenisan, Laif; references or specifically about Balikatan at Ugnayang Naglalayong Suagip as Sanggol (BUNSO), Kampagne gegen Landminen, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Stoppt Kinderhandel, matryoshkas, Barbie doll; languages include German, English, Cambodian, Portuguese, Spanish; referenced individuals include Graça Machel, Nelson Mandela
Drawer D-12, Folder 20

Germany: Titanic 1990-1995

Physical Description: 23

Scope and Content Note

related topics include forests, forest protection, German politicians, advertisements, German reunification, contraception, condoms, anti-war, satire, films, quotations, nationalism, mass media; references or specifically about Hormone Scandal (Bonn), Genschman, Kuwait, Syria, Mercedes-Benz, Arbeitsgemeinschaft der öffentlich-rechtlichen Rundfunkanstalten der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (ARD); referenced individuals include Helmut Kohl, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, George H. W. Bush, Saddam Hussein, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Günther Verheugen, Gerhard Schröder, Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, Hannelore Kohl, Roman Herzog; makers include Waechtes, VEB Interkohl, Ruud Klein
Drawer D-12, Folder 21

Germany: Toleranz zeigt sich im Handeln 1993

Physical Description: 12

Note

items that include the word "ausstellung" may or may not refer to art exhibitions

Scope and Content Note

related topics include immigration, diversity, poverty, hunger, human rights, peace, labor, tolerance, prejudice, racism, multiculturalism, economy; references or specifically about Article 1 of the Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany; makers include Friedrich Naumann Stiftung; languages include German, Spanish
Drawer D-12, Folder 22

Germany: Mumia Abu-Jamal 1992-2007

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Black Panther Party, political prisoners, MOVE Organization, Fraternal Order of Police (FOP), compilation albums, racism, death penalty, marches and demonstrations, solidarity events, films, prisons, jails, women, lesbians, international solidarity; referenced individuals include Pamela Jenkins, Cynthia White, Tom Ryan, Thomas Ridge, Audre Lorde; makers include Indigo, Jump Up, Matthias Henk, Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal, Komitee "Right On", Sputnik, Papiertiger; languages include German, English; references or specifically about Black Liberation Sound System
Drawer D-12, Folder 23

Germany: Transportation 1972; 1987-1998

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include arts and culture, photography exhibitions, automobiles, ecology, traffic, public transportation, construction and development, alternative transportation, bicycles, high-speed rail, environmentalism, marches and demonstrations; references or specifically about Straßenbahn, EXPO, BVG tarifes, Initiative Rettet die BVG, Deutsche Mark, Transrapid, Oberbaumbrücke; references or specifically about Charlottenburg (Germany), Senator für Verkehr und Betriebe, Festival des Pedaleurs, Verkehrsclub Deutschland (VCD), Verbraucher-Zentrale Brandenburg; makers include Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland (BUND), Willi Loose, Michael Kramer, Sabine Genz, Wolf Schnakenbek, Rolf Rebstock, Burkhard Maus, Robin Wood, Thomas Schaefer, Johannes Pernkopf, Bündnis Innenstradring, Stiftung Natureschutz Berlin, Holger Glienke, Druckhaus Mitte, Berliner Zeitung, Bürgerinitiativen Umweltschutz e.V. (BBU); languages include German, French
Drawer D-12, Folder 24

Germany: Various Topics 1979-1996

Physical Description: 44

Scope and Content Note

related topics include global economics, international aid, youth, international partnerships, construction and development, women, feminism, environmentalism, ecology, German reunification, neo-liberalism, Mexico, fascism, bookstores, labor, human rights, Italy, racism, United States, violence, leftist politics, government and politics, solidarity, Wends people, Wendland, socialism, anarchism, benefit events, summer camps, extreme right organizations, Nazism, concerts, marches and demonstrations, sports; makers include Kaiser und Zwickler, PraxisInstitut für Öffentlichkeit, WMIT, AFKU, Trojanisches Pferd, 35 Aktionen für die Fuenfunddreissig, Internationale Gesellschaft für Menschenrechte (IGFM), AtelierHaus e.V., Kurt Jotter, Netzwerk, Foto/Druck/Gestaltung/Öffentlichkeitsarbeit (FDGÖ), Alex, Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit, Liselotte Meyer, Peter Lange, F. Rosch, Antifa, Max der Olympiabär, Lutz Grüttke, Nolympisches Komitee (NOK); references or specifically about San Rafael del Norte (Nicaragua), Startbahn West, Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), North Atlantic Trade Organization (NATO), U.S. flag, Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterjugend (SDAJ), oh 21, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Amnesty International, United Nations, sehStern, Superman, Hetendorf 13, Baader-Meinhof Gruppe, Alternative Linke Liste, Demokratischer Frauenbund Deutschlands (DFD), Humboldt-Universität, Berliner Kulturgemeinschaft (BKP), Hoffman-Von-Fallerscleben-Bildungswerk (HVFB), Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands (NPD), "braune Netz", anti-Olympia demonstrations; languages include German, Spanish, English; referenced individuals include Walter Gramming, Angela Davis, Willy Daume
Drawer D-12, Folder 25

Germany: Il Manifesto Nella Lotta di Classe - Oversize [1924-1932] 1976

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include classism, fascism, anti-war, poverty, hunger, elections, communism, children, capitalism, labor, work slogans, production, industry, voting, youth, economy, labor relations, class issues, Marxism, Leninism, Article 48 (Weimar Constitution), Notverordnung, international solidarity, Soviet Union (USSR), May Day, Nazi Germany, marches and demonstrations, imperialism; makers include Hellmut Rademacher; references or specifically about class struggle, Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands (KPD), Antifaschistiche Aktion, Junge Pioniere (Young Pioneers), Firma Max Hesse, working class, Einheitsfront Aktion, Peuvag Berlin, Kraetke, Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Nazi Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei), Leipzig (Germany), Rendtag, Moscow (Russia), Vereinigte Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (VSPD), Dinse & Eckert, Museum für Deutsche Geschichte Berlin; referenced individuals include Ernst Thälmann, Ernst Schneller, John Heartfield, Hugo Eberlein, Vladimir Lenin, Richard Müller, Hermann Remmele, Adolf Hitler, Hugo Eberlein, W. Riehl, Benito Mussolini, Martin Scheider, Fritz Heckert, Gebs, Schwimmer, Käthe Kollwitz, Thom Wimmer, Geis, Margaret Kunzle, Max Gebhardt, Victor Slama, Alfred Frank; languages include Italian, German; places made include Italy
Drawer D-13, Folder 1

Germany: Die Grünen - Ecology - General 1984

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include deforestation, lumber imports, tropical forests, environmentally-friendly products, ecology, environmentalism, elections, campaigns, voting, agriculture, wildlife, pollution, industry, democracy, air pollution, police, nature conservation, alternative energy, private energy; makers include Susanne Williges-Weichberger, inpetto Oldenburg, C.S. Merten, Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, Günter Zint, Holger Matthies, Etter Berlin, Opaque Ffm, G.F. Götz; references or specifically about Tropennholz, ozone layer, Bremen (Germany), mother earth; referenced individuals include Gerhard Albert, Barbara Vollmer Pfungstadt
Drawer D-13, Folder 2

Germany: Die Grünen - Ecology - Industry 1990

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include environmental conservation, nature, capitalism, private sector, conferences, DDT (dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane), industrial agriculture, chemicals, pesticides, economics, labor; makers include Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, Farbo Druck
Drawer D-13, Folder 3

Germany: Die Grünen - Pollution and Waste Management 1980s

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

related topics include recycling, toxic waste, DDT (dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane), industry, cancer, air pollution, public forums, water pollution, toxic waste bans, drinking water, plutonium, waste incineration, production of durable products, disposable products, waste prevention; makers include Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, Jim Avignon, Barbara Vollmer Pfungstadt, Robert Schweitzer, Schrörs; references or specifically about Mannheim (Germany), Messel (Frankfurt, Germany), batteries, aluminum, Die Grünen NRW; languages include German, English
Drawer D-13, Folder 4

Germany: Die Grünen - Transportation 1987

Physical Description: 29

Scope and Content Note

related topics include alternative transportation, public transportation, cars, traffic congestion, ozone layer, railway reforms, trains, transportation development, deforestation, pollution, German culture critique, political cartoons, urban transportation, corporations, capitalism, political parties, campaigns, public parks, political coalitions, bicycle lanes, bicycling; makers include Sigi Hepner, Ursula Ries, Potl, C. S. Merten, Gerald Häfner, Anne-Marie Franke, Freimut Wössner, Die Grünen NRW, Schrörs, Tullio Pericoli, SOAK, Alternative Liste, Deix; references or specifically about Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD); referenced individuals include Albert Einstein; languages include German, Italian
Drawer D-13, Folder 5

Germany: Die Grünen - Anti-Nuclear - General 1983-1986

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include peace, disarmament, nuclear war, nuclear power, nuclear energy, children, solar energy, solar panels, alternative energy, disarmament, missiles, Nuremberg trials, Nuremberg tribunal, Cold War, mass destruction; makers include Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, P. Hertan, Schwecke, Busch; references or specifically about nuclear state, Biblis (Germany), U.S. flag, Soviet flag
Drawer D-13, Folder 6

Germany: Die Grünen - Anti-Nuclear - Nuclear Waste 1988

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

related topics include smog, oil spills, pollution, nuclear processing plants, nuclear transport, plutonium, nuclear power plants, nuclear energy; makers include Groothuis & Kraemer, Eberhard Walde, plärrer-Verlag, Feo Darow, E. Walde; references or specifically about Seveso disaster (Italy), Gorleben (Germany), Chernobyl disaster, Atomkraftwerk (AKW)
Drawer D-13, Folder 7

Germany: Die Grünen - Anti-Nuclear - Energy 1980s

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

related topics include maps of nuclear power plants, chemical plants, U.S. military, Christian political groups, campaigns, elections, voting, alternative energy sources, nuclear weapons, nuclear facilities, nuclear processing plants; makers include Sigi Hepner, Ursula Ries, H. Schreg, A. Franke, M. Reitschuster, G. Rieppel, R. Hertan, Schorndorf, Fabrik-Druckerei, Etter Berlin, Axel Meyer, Hans Reinhard, Print Production; references or specifically about Atomkraftwerk (AKW), plutonium economy, Pershing II Cruise Missiles, Wiederaufbereitungsanlage Wackersdorf (WAA), Chernobyl disaster, European Parliament; referenced individuals include Wilfried Telkämper; languages include twenty languages all saying no thank you to nuclear power; places made include Germany, Belgium
Drawer D-13, Folder 8

Germany: Die Grünen - Genetic Engineering 1980s

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include technology, networks, censuses, parodies, biological risks, food, elections, campaigns, poisons, chemicals, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), drinking water, wildlife, ecology; makers include P. Loos, Susanne Williges-Weichberge; references or specifically about plutonium, European Parliament; referenced individuals include Hiltrud Breyer; languages include German, English; places made include Germany, Belgium
Drawer D-13, Folder 9

Germany: Die Grünen - Construction and Housing 1980s

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecological housing, ecology, environmentalism, low-cost housing, traffic reduction, transportation, canals, nature conservation, urban development, corporatism, building for profit, capitalism, quality of living; makers include Sigi Hepner, Ursula Ries, Schrörs, Die Grünen NRW
Drawer D-13, Folder 10

Germany: Die Grünen - Farming 1986-1988

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Christianity, religion, Catholic Church, industrial agriculture, chemicals, cattle, small farms, ecology, rural economy, industrialization, land rights, land conservation, Europe, local markets, family farming, health, nutrition, hormones and antibiotics in food, campaigns, elections; makers include C. S. Merten, Lila Hess, Schwecke & Partner (Bremen), Lukas Beckmann, Aldi, Schrörs, Die Grünen NRW; references or specifically about factory farming, Bauerntag (Farmer’s Day), European Parliament, Regenbogenfraktion
Drawer D-13, Folder 11

Germany: Die Grünen / Alternative Liste (GAL) 1983-1992

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

related topics include retirement, social services, rights of elderly people, pensions, ambulatory aids, political parties, lifestyles, police, corporations, banks, transportation, air pollution, automobiles, nuclear weapons, anti-nuclear, transport hubs, public transportation, railways, urban congestion, urban planning, ecology, pollution, chemicals in the soil, urban housing cooperatives, asylum, immigration, civil liberties, constitutional amendments, marches and demonstrations, labor, campaigns, elections, voting, refugees, recycling, waste reduction, women in politics, housing speculation, land use planning, construction and development, nature conservation, job creation, environmental protection, public parks, airport construction, police brutality, labor regulations, work week, garbage, compulsory military service, draft resistance, social security, welfare, equal employment for women, voting rights, voting districts; makers include Egbert Friedrich Lütke-Fahle, Ralf Flechner, Paul Sachse, Holger Matthies, Ferdinand Bahruth, GAL Hamburg, Marily Stroux, Bündnis 90, Jürgen Strohmaier, Kiefersauer, Hubert Riedel, Unabhängiger Frauenverband (UFV), Hauser-Jabs, Messner, Harald, Sowa, Baumgart & Roscher, Jürgen Zellerhoff, Domröse + Kreiß; references or specifically about Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Freie Demokratische Partei (FDP), auto-free cities, Münster (Germany), Neukölln (Berlin), S-Bahn, Grossen Koalition, Partei des Demokratischen Sozialismus (PDS), Hamburg (Germany) elections, Hafenstraße (Hamburg), Grundgesetz, Mercedes Benz, Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), slumlords, Deutsche Bundesbank (1962), pop art, Bundesverband Buergerinitiativen Umweltschutz (BBU), Bunte Liste Bielefeld, Aktion Rumpelstilzchen; referenced individuals include Adolf Meier, Vladimir Lenin, Helmut Kohl, Roy Lichtenstein; languages include German
Drawer D-13, Folder 12

Germany: Die Grünen - Europe 1985-1993

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include immigration and deportations, European Parliament (EU Parliament) / European Union, elections, campaigns, civil liberties, poverty, social security, labor, right to work, alternative energy, solar energy, nuclear energy, geothermal energy, anti-nuclear, energy conservation, privacy, voting rights, surveillance, democracy, women, ecology, capitalism, peace, economic unification, free market, militarism, anti-bureaucracy, anti-establishment; makers include Volland, Landesbüro der Grünen, Sigi Hepner, Ursula Ries, Fabrik-Druckerei, Susanne Williges-Weichberger, Büro Grün; references or specifically about Europäischen Binnenmarkt (European single market), Festung Europa (Fortress Europe), Nazi Germany; referenced individuals include Claudia Roth, Birgit Cramon-Daiber; places made include Switzerland, Belgium, Germany; languages include German
Drawer D-13, Folder 13

Germany: Die Grünen - International Solidarity 1980s

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include South Africa, fruit boycotts, militarism, poverty, world hunger, global economics, economic assistance, international aid, apartheid, corporations, boycotts, divestment, anti-nuclear, racism, political prisoners, subvertisement; makers include Rainer Benz, Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, Partîya Keskan; references or specifically about Tesco, Silverleaf, Summit, Del Monte, Cape, Dutspan, Koo, third world, Kurdistan; referenced individuals include; places made include Germany; languages include German, Kurdish
Drawer D-13, Folder 14

Germany: Die Grünen - Immigration 1992

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include asylum, deportations, human rights, right to strike, refugees, xenophobia, racism; makers include Paul Sachse, Farbo Druck Köln, Ina Riep, Bernd Ackermann, Die Grünen NRW, Norbert Franck, Herbert Peters, Alternative Liste; references or specifically about Ton Steine Scherben, Paragraph § 116, Croatia, Servia, Balkans, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Freie Demokratische Partei (FDP), Christlich-Soziale Union (CSU), Asylkompromiss (Asylum Compromise), Grundgesetz, G. F. Götz; referenced individuals include Claudia Roth; languages include German
Drawer D-13, Folder 15

Germany: Die Grünen - Government and Politics 1983-1990

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include surveillance state, privacy, voting rights, anti-nuclear, anti-war, capitalism, agriculture, political reform, democracy, peace, immigration, housing, socialism, right to strike, labor, blockades; makers include Schwecke + Partne, Lila Hess, Sigi Hepner, Ursula Ries, Andy H., Farbo Druck, Sowa, Schrörs, C. S. Merten, F. K. Waechter, Norbert Franck, Bernhard Woschek; references or specifically about U.S. military, Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Freie Demokratische Partei (FDP), Kreistag, Bundestag, Landtag, neo-Nazis, Grundgesetz, Asylkompromiss (Asylum Compromise); referenced individuals include Horst G., Helmut Kohl, David Hockney; languages include German
Drawer D-13, Folder 16

Germany: Die Grünen - Elections and Campaigns 1989-2001

Physical Description: 28

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, cultural events, immigrant rights, voting rights, peace, local government, multiculturalism, Paragraph § 218 (anti-abortion), pro-choice, reproductive rights; makers include Müller, Volkmann, SOAK, Lila Hess, Grüne Projektgruppe, Pflasterstrand GmbH, Christian Häussler, Hanns-Christoph Eisenhardt, Robert Hübner, Die Grünen Hessen, Sowa; references or specifically about nonviolence, grassroots democracy, Hesse (Germany), Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), voter apathy, political ignorance, Freie Demokratische Partei (FDP), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), German Reichsadler (Imperial Eagle), German government, Rathaus; referenced individuals include Jürgen Walter, Iris Blaul, Gordana Golubovic, Guillermo Aparicio, Shahla Blum, Leyla Süngerli; languages include English, German
Drawer D-13, Folder 17

Germany: Die Grünen - Peace / Anti-War 1983-1993

Physical Description: 30

Scope and Content Note

related topics include civil conflicts, military intervention, nonviolent intervention, oil, Gulf War, disarmament, missiles, weapons exports, global economics, plutonium, anti-nuclear, nuclear processing plants, nuclear energy, USA, Soviet Union (USSR), maps, military facilities, nuclear facilities, cultural events; makers include Heipel, Grüngraph, D. Wenk & Co., Susanne Williges-Weichberger, Holger Matthies, Groothuis & Kraemer, Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, Schwecke, Busch, Barbara Vollmer Pfungstadt, Bundesbüro der Grünen, Harald (TAZ), Friedrich, Ebert, Allee; references or specifically about Bosnia, Cambodia, Somalia, Angola, Georgia (Eurasia), embargos, sanctions, "no blood for oil", genocide, Alternative Liste, U.S. flag, Nuremberg trials, Biblis (Germany), Radio Dreyeckland; referenced individuals include Wilfried Telkämper; languages include German, English
Drawer D-13, Folder 18

Germany: Die Grünen - Children and Youth 1990

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, environmentalism, multiculturalism, international solidarity, education, schools, cesium, anti-nuclear, public safety, pollution, climate change; makers include Bundesbüro der Grünen, Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, Fabrikdruckerei, Dieter Janecek, Felix, Helge, Gerald Häfner, Anne-Marie Franke, Ulenspiegel, R. Hartan; referenced individuals include Iris Blaul
Drawer D-13, Folder 19

Germany: Die Grünen - Labor 1980s-1990s

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

related topics include occupational fulfillment, alternative labor, strikes, state coercion, factory occupations, capitalism, unemployment, industry, poverty, working conditions, labor regulations, pensions, retirement, labor rights, secure jobs; makers include Landesverband Niedersachsen, Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, Farbo Druck, Schrörs, Anne Kaute; references or specifically about Bielefeld (Germany), meaningful work
Drawer D-13, Folder 20

Germany: Die Grünen - Women 1980s-1990s

Physical Description: 28

Scope and Content Note

related topics include pro-choice, abortion, reproductive rights, women’s rights, anti-nuclear, education, labor, wages, violence, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), campaigns, campaign slogans, Paragraph § 218 (anti-abortion), women’s solidarity, feminism, Paragraph § 219, legislation, domestic work, sexism, gender roles, pan-Europe, international solidarity, women in art; makers include Birgit Cramon Daiber, Sarah Haffner, Feuchtenberger, Unabhängiger Frauenverband (UFV), Alternative Liste, Grafik Werkstatt Bielefeld, Friedrich, Ebert, Allee, Marion Olthoff, SOAK, Marita Wetter, Schweke & Partner, Holger Matthies, Fabrikdruckerei, G. F. Götz, Inpetto, Marie Bonillo, Susanne Thoma, Schrörs, Gfp (Köln), Susanne Williges-Weichberger; references or specifically about European Parliament, Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Freie Demokratische Partei (FDP), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD), Bündnis 90, Michelangelo’s David, fine arts, Rapunzel
Drawer D-13, Folder 21

Germany: Die Grünen - Various Topics 1990

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include animal rights, animal experimentation, cultural events, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), sex, sexuality, safe sex, people with disabilities, disability rights, political dissent; makers include Anke Feuchtenberger, Bündnis 90, Farbo Druck, Grafik Werstatt Bielefeld, Eva & Bernd Haak; references or specifically about Austria, Lower Saxony (Germany); referenced individuals include William Shakespeare, Groucho Marx, Rosa Luxemburg, Ernst Albrecht, Albert Einstein
Drawer D-13, Folder 22

Germany: Die Grünen - Various Topics 1989

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

related topics include climate change, ecology, animal rights, wildlife protection, environmental conservation, political parties, campaigns, surveillance, privacy, unemployment, banks, pollution, military, anti-war, alternative energy, women, peace, disarmament, economic growth, Christianity, religion, social services, social cutbacks, technology, health care, privatization, energy conservation, elections; makers include G.F. Götz, Fabrikdruckerei, Bündnis 90, TRUST, Harald, SOAK, K.H. Schrörs, Pfarr, C.S. Merten, Marilu Krallmann, A. Simonis, C. Schlüßler, Sigi Hepner, Ursula Ries, Rolf Kegel, Uli Prange, Irmela Wiemann, Michael Sowa; references or specifically about Hesse (Germany), Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), Lower Saxony (Germany); referenced individuals include Andy Warhol, Norbert Blüm, Ferdinand Sauerbruch; languages include German, Spanish, English, French
Drawer D-14, Folder 1

Germany: Die Grünen - Oversize 1982-1992

Physical Description: 32

Scope and Content Note

makers include Sowa, Farbo Druck GmbH, Andy H., PentaGrafik, SOAK, Heide Rühle, Harald, Pflasterstrand, Christian Ströbele, Westerwelle, Alternative Liste (AL), Bündnis 90, Evelyn Schwark, Rambow Lienemeyer van de Sand; related topics include German politicians, ecology, acid rain, musical performers, anti-war, war budgets, weapons production, weapons exports, environmentalism, subvertisements, drug abuse, urban development, traffic, pollution, nuclear waste, immigration, labor, overtime, work hours, employment, construction and development, public transportation, homelessness, housing, youth, children, women, feminism, girls, social security, low income housing, immigrant rights, refugees, immigration, human rights, alternative transportation, public transit, gender roles, women in politics, environmental protection, job creation, deforestation, nuclear power plants, peace; references or specifically about North American Treaty Organization (NATO), Waschtag, Paragraph § 218 (abortion), Tiergartentunnel; referenced individuals include Helmut Kohl, H. Oberländer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Drawer D-14, Folder 2

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Elections and Campaigns 1992-1996

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include human rights, voting, immigrants, women, freedom of choice, democracy, politicians, ecology, political parties, social justice, environmentalism, tolerance, children, East Germany, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), youth, female politicians, health, labor, employment; makers include Druckerei Graetz, Klaus Müller, GfP, Eberhard Walde, Stefan Scholer, F. Kaufmann, Helmut Kohl, Grüne Jugend Hessen, Fabian Dittrich, Projekt-PR/Padberg, M. Wolf; languages include French, Spanish, Greek, German, Swedish, Italian, English; referenced individuals include Rupert von Plottnitz, Iris Blaul, Martina Schmiedhofer, Margareta Wolf; references or specifically about Brandenburg (Germany), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD)
Drawer D-14, Folder 3

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Politicians 1977-1999

Physical Description: 19

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Hesse (Germany), Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU), politicians, German economy, Deutsche Mark (DM), campaigns, German reunification, voting, elections, ecology; referenced individuals include Roland Koch, Helmut Kohl, Rainer Barzel, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Hubert Ulrich, Ingrid Köppe, Joschka Fischer, Rolf Wettstädt, Sylvia Voss, Petra Weissflog, Roland Resch, Ute Rohn-Tröbner Wolfgang Renner, Marina Demaria, Tom Koenigs, Jutta Ebeling, Lutz Sikorski, Uschi Eid, Rezzo Schlauch, Irene Soltwedel-Schäfer, Hans-Jochen Tschiche, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Ozan Ceyhun, Jean-Jérôme Chico-Kaleu Muyemba; makers include Rüdiger Schneidewind, Die Woche/Jürgen Elsässer, Heinz Suhr, Werner Schulz, Inge Leffhalm, Margareta Wolf, Chris Boppel; Germany, Italian, English
Drawer D-14, Folder 4

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Ecology 1994

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include alternative energy, anti-nuclear, nuclear power plants, nuclear energy, ecology, windmills, alternative transportation, economy, environmental taxes, climate change, feminism, green investments, organic food, organic farming, health, air pollution, trash burning, nuclear waste, trash (rubbish), land reform, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), nationalism, pan-Europe, labor, job creation; makers include Eberhard Walde, GfP, Klaus Müller, Institut für praxisorientierte, Hede Rühle, Litho Köcher, Bernard Woschek, Norbert Schellberg, MarkTransparenz, Jutta Sapotnik, Imke Schmieta, Cl und L Hannover, F. Kaufmann; languages include German, English
Drawer D-14, Folder 5

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Labor 1990s

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include ecology, unemployment, environmentalism, solar energy, housing, human rights, North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany), division of labor, overtime, solidarity, poverty, welfare, environmental exploitation, Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR/East Germany), technology; makers include Tim Ulrich, Ute Adrian, Projekt PR, Heide Rühle, Klaus Müller, Chris Boppel, Procom Magdeburg
Drawer D-14, Folder 6

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Women early 1990s-1996

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor, equality, women in politics, abortion, reproductive rights, women's rights, pregnancy, gender roles, motherhood, feminism, conferences, equal opportunity, education, voting, land reform, German reunification, political parties; makers include Eberhard Walde, Heide Rühle, Projekt-PR/Padberg, Chris Boppel, F. Kaufmann, Schmidt, Engler, Imke Schmieta, CL und L Hannover, Westerwelle, Klaus Bölling, Frauenreferat, Gabi Konczak, Druckerei zu Altenburg, Litho Köcher, Erstdruck, Bernard Woschek, Ulrike Höfken; references or specifically about fine arts, Mona Lisa, Paragraph § 218 (anti-abortion), Quotierung, Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands (CDU); referenced individuals include Leonardo da Vinci, Jeannette Martins, Judith Demba, Sibyll Klotz, Petra Morawe, Heinrich Lummer, Rupert Scholz, Gabriele Wiechatzek, Gero Pfennig, Norbert Schellberg, MarktTransparenz
Drawer D-14, Folder 7

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ) 1988-1994

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

makers include Grünen Alternativen Listen (GAL), Eckart Märkel, Günter Dworek, Anja Kofbinger; references or specifically about NRW; related topics include consciousness, registered partnerships (domestic partnerships), marriage equality, personal freedoms, nudity, allies, equality, women, activism, discrimination, HIV/AIDS, health
Drawer D-14, Folder 8

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Children and Youth 1994-2000

Physical Description: 22

Scope and Content Note

related topics include environmentalism, natural resources, teenagers, traffic, education, racism, multiculturalism, generations, education reform, religion, child care, labor, equal rights, food, genetically modified organism (GMO); makers include Projekt-PR, Inge Leffhalm, Jerzey Montag, Klaus Müller, Bundesarbeitsgemeinschaft Christinnen und Christen, Manfred Butzman, UnDruck Berlin, Typossatz, Die Crew, Grüne Jugend Hessen; references or specifically about Hesse (Germany), Schleswig-Holstein, Baden-Württemberg; referenced individuals include Marianne Birthler, Ronja Pershbacher, Tarek Al-Wazir
Drawer D-14, Folder 9

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Various Topics 1990-1999

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include European political elections, women, labor, conferences, environmentalism, waste management, children's art, rivers, construction and development, river conservation, immigration, weapons exports, weapons embargo, anti-war, immigrant rights, German political parties, democracy, pan-Europe, foreigners, land reform, German reunification, social security, housing, Iraq war, peace, multiculturalism, rent control, Kurdish people, Turkey; makers include Graphic Center, Vertrieb Werbung, Heinz Suhr, Heidrun Schmitt, Bonn-Sequenz, H.-D. Kluge, U. Hoepfner, Thomas Druck, Repro Schneider, NABU Kreisverband "Havelland" Potsdam, E. Walde, Heide Rühle, Norbert Franck, Gerhard Seyfried, Christophstr Bayern, Stefan Scholer, Saupe, Haak, Bernard Woschek, Litho Köther, Michael Scharfschwerdt, European Greens, Chris Boppel, Norbert Schellberg, Landesverband Berlin; references or specifically about Europäische Verkehrspolitik, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Havelausbau, Paragraph § 218 (anti-abortion), Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND); referenced individuals include Slobodan Milosevic, Anja Stoxreiter; places made include Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), East Germany, Bundesrepublik Deutschland (BRD), West Germany; languages include English, German
Drawer D-14, Folder 10

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Various Topics 1987-1996

Physical Description: 44

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Vietnamese immigrants, immigration, refugees, labor, ecology, political events, East German culture, music, racism, compact disc compilations, flags, slogans, uniforms, pan-Europe, citizen initiatives, hemp products, marijuana, cultural events, classical music, conferences, multiculturalism, anti-nuclear, nuclear power plants, alternative energy, sex worker rights, prostitution, environmentalism, voting, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), patents, economics, right politics, public transportation; languages include Vietnamese, German; makers include Christophstr Bayern, Stefan Scholer, Saupe, Grafik und Herstellung, Norbert Schellberg, Hoch Drei, Margareta Wolf, Udo Schweer, Lothar Reinhardt, Heide Rühle, Henry Selzer, Claudia Roth, Büro Grün, AG Drogen, Kunst und Kommerz, Joachim Eul, Sigurd Wendland, Heinz Jankofsky, ZEFA, Druckerei zu Altenburg GmbH, Harms, Habekost, Jim Avignon, Rainer Bauer, Klaus Bölling, CL und L Hannover, Inke Shmieta, Projekt-PR/Padberg, Schmidt, Engler; references or specifically about Strafgesetzbuch § 86 (Dissemination of Means of Propaganda of Unconstitutional Organizations), Nazis, European Parliament, European Economic Community (EEC), Kammerkonzert, Bundesstraße 6, Olympia, Anti-Olympia Komitee; referenced individuals include Matthias Dittmer, Matthias Berninger, Helmut Kohl
Drawer D-14, Folder 11

Germany: Die Grünen / Bündnis 90 - Various Topics early 1990s-1996

Physical Description: 33

Scope and Content Note

makers include Eberhard Walde, GfP, Heide Rühle, K. H. Kluge und concept, Chris Boppel, Surrey, Klaus Müller, Annette Munk, Bernard Woschek, Erstdruck Köln, Litho Köcher, VISUS!; related topics include military vows, solemn vows, public vows, demilitarization, police brutality, German reunification, land reform, racism, voting, immigration, immigrant rights, refugees, environmentalism, freedom of information, southeast Asia, sex tourism, child prostitution, prostitution, multiculturalism, diversity, education, education reform, flags, public transportation, alternative energy, environmental protection, ecology, bureaucrats, Republicans, energy policies, global warming, anti-war, arms exports, alternative transportation, traffic, automobile congestion, pedestrians, naturalization, dual citizenship, land reform, German reunification, human rights, marches and demonstrations, Jürgen Strohmaier; references or specifically about Bundeswehr, fine arts, Einschiffung Nach Kythera, öffentliche gelöbnis, Chernobyl disaster, European Parliament, timpani, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Nordrhein-Westfalen (NRW), Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (SPD); referenced individuals include Antoine Watteau, Verantw, Karl Valentin; languages include German, Polish
Drawer D-17, Folder 1

France: Various Topics - Oversize 1977-2011

Physical Description: 34

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Fight for the Larzac, anti-war, prisons, death penalty, capital punishment, human rights, diversity, poverty, international solidarity, anti-nuclear, children, Palestine, Oman, Middle East, youth, political prisoners, Israel, ecology, HIV/AIDS, cultural events, globalization, Northeast Asia, reunification for Korea, immigration, migrant labor, peace, journalism, women, feminism, socialism, culture critiques, U.S. imperialism, World War II, communism, disarmament, democracy, French resistance movement (1940s); makers include Agence Française de Lutte Contre le SIDA, Marc Pataut, EuroGraphic, Ernest Pignon-Ernest, Council of Europe (Conseil de l’Europe), Je Tu Il, Bernard Bétrémieux, Wozniak, Ipso Facto, Folon, Pierre Bernard, Lucie Lom, Sétig/Plaussière, Ligue des Droits de l’Homme (League of Human Rights), Fédération Nationale Citoyenne et Motivée, Jo Picajo, Christian Freund, Clermont-Ferrand, Gerard Paris-Clavel, Mouvement des Jeunes Socialistes (MJS), Zanzibar’t, Daniel Marty; references or specifically about Journée Nationale Résistance, Forum Social des Quartiers Populaires, Mouvement ATD (Agir Tous pour la Dignité) Quart Monde France, Iraq, Hiroshima, Centre d'études et d'initiatives de solidarité international (CEDETIM), L’Humanité Dimanche, Seine-Saint-Denis Conseil Général, Fédération des Associations de Solidarité avec les Travailleurs Immigrés (FASTI), CNPC, U.S. flag, Parti des Forces Nouvelles (PFN), Parti Communiste Français (PCF); referenced individuals include Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Arthur Rimbaud, George W. Bush, Salah Hamouri, Wolinski, Max Frisch, René Char, Adolph Hitler, Philippe Pétain; places made include France, Italy; languages include French, English, German, Arabic, Dutch
Drawer D-17, Folder 2

France: Communism and Socialism 1983-2013

Physical Description: 51

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-capitalism, youth, racism, fascism, police state, anti-European Union, Constitution for Europe (TCE), European constitution, Conseil National de la Résistance (CNR), economics, oil, gas prices, education, employment, public services, anti-Semitism, Front National (FN), voting, elections, labor, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), women’s rights, feminism, colonialism, cultural events, railroad workers, films, children, public lectures, community-building; makers include PC Maoïste de France, Pôle de Renaissance Communiste en France (PRCF), Parti Socialiste (PS), Mouvement des Jeunes Socialistes (MJS), Torcy, Saint-Mandé, Organisation Communiste Libertaire (OCL), l'Union des Révolutionnaires-Communistes de France (URCF), Patricia Latour, Roberto Arcari, Union des Étudiants Communistes; references or specifically about Paris 1968, Nouvelles Etincelles, Le Manífeste Journal Communiste, L’Humanité Dimanche, Fédération de la Seine-Saint-Denis du PCF; referenced individuals include Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, Nicolas Sarkozy, Jacques Médecin, Jean-Marie Le Pen, Rebecca West, René Clemente, Roland Leroy; languages include French, Turkish, Russian
Drawer D-17, Folder 3

France: Communist Youth Organizations 1981-2012

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

makers include Jeunesses Communistes Révolutionnaires (JCR), Imprimerie Rotographie, Mouvement Jeunes Communistes de France (JC), Avant-Garde, Juillet-Aout, Grapus, Union des Étudiants Communistes (UEC); related topics include identification papers, immigrant rights, undocumented workers, international solidarity, Iraq, Iraq War, politicians and campaigns, racism, anti-war, labor, employment, labor contracts, public funds, government corruption, political cartoons, unemployment, corporatism, immigration laws, women, pro-choice, abortion, reproductive rights, education, anti-nuclear, peace, right-wing politicians, housing, class struggles, anniversaries, student movements, intolerance, student housing; referenced individuals include Lionel Jospin, Jacques Chirac, François Bayrou, Édouard Balladur, Charles Pasqua, Ronald Reagan, Karl Marx, Geneviève Fioraso; references or specifically about Contrat à Durée Déterminée (CDD), Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire (LCR), Pasqua Laws, Le Front National (FN)
Drawer D-17, Folder 4

France: Mouvement Jeunes Communistes de France (JC) / Union des Étudiants Communistes (UEC) - Oversize 1983-1996

Physical Description: 36

Scope and Content Note

makers include Avant Garde, Fréde Coyére, Pascal Crocat, Mejdaline, Wolinski, Frédo Coyére; related topics include communism, youth, right-wing politicians, education, student movements, housing, racism, unemployment, capitalism, labor contracts, student jobs, income inequality, anti-war, disarmament, peace, Iraq War, imperialism; references or specifically about Fête d'Avant Garde, F-Haine, Le Front National (FN), United Nations (UN), Bagnolet; referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Grapus, Contrat à Durée Déterminée (CDD), Ronald Reagan
Drawer D-17, Folder 5

France: L'Humanité 1980-2009

Physical Description: 25

Note

L'Humanité is a daily newspaper founded in 1904 and formerly linked to the Parti Communiste Français (PCF). The paper is now independent, although it maintains close links to the PCF. L'Humanité organizes the annual Fête de l'Humanité festival as a fundraising event.

Scope and Content Note

related topics include public media, partisan press, sexism, sex, humor, political cartoons, Marxism, art exhibitions, Fête de l'Humanité festival, political poster exhibitions, music, women, arts and culture, anniversaries, Palestine, children, peace, Middle East, labor, unemployment, death penalty, capital punishment; makers include Siné, Le Roy Soler Aulnay, Wolinsky, Charb., Plonth, Frédo Coyère, A. Goetzinger, Pierre Bouillé, Grapus, Bobigny; references or specifically about Société des lectrices et lecteurs de l'Humanité, Parti Communiste Français (PCF), French flag, Santa Claus; referenced individuals include Karl Marx, Alain Gesgon, M. Muratet, L. Franey, A. Lejarre, Mahmoud Darwiche
Drawer D-17, Folder 6

France: L'Humanité Covers and Publications - Oversize 2010-2012

Physical Description: 41

Note

L'Humanité is a daily newspaper founded in 1904 and formerly linked to the Parti Communiste Français (PCF). The paper is now independent, although it maintains close links to the PCF. L'Humanité organizes the annual Fête de l'Humanité festival as a fundraising event.

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Libya, Tunisia, Middle East, economics, elections, politicians, Spain, economic austerity, Palestine, international solidarity, prisons, Le Front de Gauche, marches and demonstrations, Algerian independence, films, youth, pensions, economics, Afghanistan, ecology, British Petroleum (BP), BP oil spill, 2010 Haiti earthquake, Greece, Portugal, austerity programs, European Central Bank (ECB), International Monetary Fund (IMF), anniversaries, La Fête de L'Humanité, wages, minimum wage, labor, Cotation Assistée en Continu (CAC 40), stock market, Egypt, nuclear power plants, oil, Spain, Israel, Palestine, peace, blockade of the Gaza Strip, South Africa; makers include Pierre Pytkowicz, Ahmad Gharabli, François Guillot, Cédric Faimali, Aris Messinis, Mohammed Abed, Zoubeir Souissir, Frédo Coyère; references or specifically about Confédération Nationale du Travail (CNT), Libres-Échanges; referenced individuals include Nicolas Sarkozy, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, François Hollande, Mariano Rajoy, Salah Hamouri, René Vautier, Patrick Le Hyaric, Yannick Noah, Édouard Glissant, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, Hamma Hammami, Angela Merkel, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Bruno Arbesu, Joan Baez, Georges Valbon, Nelson Mandela, Jean Ferrat
Drawer D-17, Folder 7

France: L'Humanité Covers and Publications - Oversize 2002-2006

Physical Description: 31

Note

L'Humanité is a daily newspaper founded in 1904 and formerly linked to the Parti Communiste Français (PCF). The paper is now independent, although it maintains close links to the PCF. L'Humanité organizes the annual Fête de l'Humanité festival as a fundraising event.

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Israel, Palestine, political cartoons, Middle East, South Africa, apartheid, elections, poverty, slavery, labor, employment contracts, women, Lebanon, children, voting, youth, hunger strikes, undocumented workers, unity among unions, marches and demonstrations, World Trade Organization (WTO), Bolivia, journalism, freedom of the press, European Constitution, student movements, Iraq War, strikes, wages, EuroDisney; makers include Michel Kichka, Sansblanc; references or specifically about Liberation of Paris, contrat nouvelle embauche (CNE), contrat première embauche (CPE), Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi (ENI), Polimeri, Libres-Échanges; referenced individuals include Lilian Thuram, Evo Morales, Raymond Devos, Nicolas Sarkozy
Drawer D-17, Folder 8

France: Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire (LCR) 1980-1995

Physical Description: 29

Scope and Content Note

related topics include municipal elections, socialism, left politics, elections, Kanak people, amnesty, anniversaries, Peru, U.S. intervention in Central America, labor, capitalism, Nicaragua, Stalinism, immigration, undocumented workers, unemployment, strikes, increase in wages, Suprême NTM, censorship, colonialism, free speech, Maastricht Treaty, European Union (EU), anti-capitalism, housing, water rights, privatization of water, voting, anti-nuclear; makers include Rotographie, Alain Krivine, Jeunesses Communistes Révolutionnaires (JCR), Joël F. Volson, Sébastien S., Tignous; references or specifically about Paris 1968, New Caledonia, Quatrième Internationale, Rouge (newspaper), Le Front National (FN), Nouveau Parti Anticapitaliste (NPA); referenced individuals include Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Leon Trotsky, Mikhail Gorbachev, Michel Rocard, Hugo Blanco, Luis Tuesta, Ronald Reagan, Charles Pasqua, Olivier Besancenot, Sophie Bournazel; languages include French, English
Drawer D-17, Folder 9

France: Nouveau Parti Anticapitaliste (NPA) 2009-2010

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-nuclear, public debates, international solidarity, Arab revolutions, military intervention, dictatorships, Tunisia, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), rubber bullets, police brutality, racism, sexism, homophobia, economic austerity, education funding, strikes, right to education, youth conferences, layoffs, wages, unemployment, retirement, public transportation, carbon tax, ecology, capitalism, privatization, postal service; makers include Imprimerie Rotographie, Imprim Vert; references or specifically about P’tit coup de rouge, la brigade anti-criminalité (La BAC), Notre-Dame-des-Landes; referenced individuals include Nicolas Sarkozy, Éric Woerth; languages include French, Arabic
Drawer D-17, Folder 10

France: Parti Communiste Français (PCF) - Oversize 1979-2008

Physical Description: 31

Scope and Content Note

related topics include capitalism, anniversaries, economics, coal, energy, ecology, May Day, socialism, labor, women, unemployment, children, public schools, education, diversity, feminism, Beirut, Israel , Palestine, anti-nuclear, unions, retirement benefits, 1984 Olympics makers include Clément Charbonnier Bouet, Grapus, sarfis-scalabre, François Fabrizi, Imprimerie Typo Offset Dariere, Loyau, Sarfis, Simon, Fédération Seine-Saint-Denis; references or specifically about Triton, Paris 1968, L’Humanité; referenced individuals include Nicolas Sarkozy, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Helmut Schmidt, Gerald Bloncourt, Guy Le Querrec, Claude Raymond, Roland Leroy, Michel Chassat, Menachem Begin, Ariel Sharon
Drawer D-17, Folder 11

France: Parti Communiste Français (PCF) 1978-2009

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor, wealth inequality, conferences, economic austerity, communism, socialism, Boeing Company, Israel, Palestine, Middle East, peace, corporatism, civic action, unemployment; makers include Daniel Marty, Sébastien Marchal, François Fabrizi, Imprimerie Typo Offset Dariere; references or specifically about Fédération Seine-Saint-Denis, Parti Socialiste, Mouvement des Radicaux de Gauche, Le Front de Gauche; referenced individuals include Guy Le Querrec, André Karman, Jean Garcia, Marcel Debarge, Marcel Pahin
Drawer D-17, Folder 12

France: Parti Communiste Français (PCF) 1975-2009

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communism, postal service, privatization, voting, labor, wages, socialism, elections, anniversaries, capitalism, anti-war, globalization, May Day, Maastricht Treaty, European Union (EU), unemployment, U.S. dollar, Marxism, Holland, reparations, Cuba, European Fiscal Compact, women, Portugal; makers include Plus de Crème, Michel Zoladz, Dabermill, Ugne Neuf, De Reichter, J. M. Simon, Muratet, J-P Michiels, CoCo, Lulu Inthesky, Le Front de Gauche, JiHo, Per Sørensen, Maison Pour Tous; references or specifically about La Riposte, Triton; referenced individuals include Johannes Vermeer, Barbara Prèvert, Jacques Prèvert, Che Guevara (Ernesto Guevara), Georges Marchais, José Vitoriano, François Hollande
Drawer D-17, Folder 13

France: Parti Communiste Français (PCF) 1980-2005

Physical Description: 50

Scope and Content Note

related topics include retirement, economics, unemployment, labor, elections, capitalism, economic austerity, marches and demonstrations, taxes, housing, immigration, social housing, health care, benefits, U.S. dollar, May Day, evictions, women, conferences, rising prices, economy; makers include Frédo Coyère, alerteorange, M. Quarez, Renaudes, Imprimerie Typo Offset Dariere, F. Léger, Dabermill; references or specifically about Le Front de Gauche, Carton Rouge, Union Populaire, Fédération Seine-Saint-Denis, Paris 1968, France Nouvelle; referenced individuals include Nicolas Sarkozy, Dominique de Villepin, Guy Môquet, Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Rosa Luxemburg, Vladimir Lenin, Marie-George Buffet
Drawer D-17, Folder 14

France: Parti Communiste Français (PCF) 1986-1995

Physical Description: 28

Scope and Content Note

related topics include oil, anti-war, housing, women, labor, pensions, economics, wages, retirement, solidarity, capitalism, youth; makers include Dabermill, M. Quarez; references or specifically about French Revolution, Storming of the Bastille; referenced individuals include Marie-George Buffet, Fabrice Nicolle, Jacques Prèvert, Pierre Méhaignerie
Drawer D-17, Folder 15

France: L'Humanité Covers and Publications - Oversize 1984-2012

Physical Description: 31

Note

L'Humanité is a daily newspaper founded in 1904 and formerly linked to the Parti Communiste Français (PCF). The paper is now independent, although it maintains close links to the PCF. L'Humanité organizes the annual Fête de l'Humanité festival as a fundraising event.

Scope and Content Note

related topics include economic austerity, Greece, European Fiscal Compact, Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the Economic and Monetary Union (TSCG), benefit concerts, Fête de l'Humanité festival, death penalty, capital punishment, Egypt, minimum wage, poverty, food prices, arts and culture, strikes, Alstom (corporation), North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), The Group of Eight (G8), Palestine, political prisoners, public transportation, labor, India, poverty, unemployment, media ownership, corporate mass media; makers include Charb; references or specifically about Châteaubriant (France), Électricité de France (EDF), Uncle Sam, Le Front National (FN), Bouygues, Socpresse; referenced individuals include Alexis Tsipras, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Bernard Thibault, Pierre Laurent, Victor Hugo, Roberto Matta, Guy Môquet, Kurt Cobain, Jack Ralite, Nicolas Sarkozy, Marwan Barghouti, Jean-Marie Le Pen
Drawer D-18, Folder 1

Netherlands: Various Topics - Oversize 1982-1995

Physical Description: 20

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Stopera, construction and development, housing, historic landmarks, urban development, squatting, capitalism, free market, homelessness, ecology, airports, marches and demonstrations, women, poverty, international solidarity, recycling, animal rights, organic food, the green movement, alternative energy, camping and recreation, sustainable agriculture, paper, butchers, education, nutrition, hygiene, environmentally friendly products, alternative transportation, cosmetics, energy conservation, organic meat, capitalism, consumption, air pollution, wind energy, equality, developing world, racism, aid, pacifism, socialism, peace, campaigns, third world; makers include Milieu Defensie, Opland, Conny van den Bussche, Vastenaktie, Peter Lorent, Jacq Zinken, Nicolette Wever, Mullers Drukkerij, Studio Works, Ontwerp Dody Dony, Druk Staatsdrukkerij, Alliantie voor Duurzame Ontwikkeling, Bernadette Rutten en Tineke van der Schoor, Joep Paulussen, Grafisch Ontwerpers, Reprocla Amsterdam; references or specifically about Schiphol (Amsterdam airport), Triodos Bank, Milieu Muur Krant, Greenpeace, OHRA, NIVON, the Body Shop, Max Havelaar, VSB Bank, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), IBM, Xerox, Novem, Pacifistisch Socialistische Partij (PSP); referenced individuals include Willem Diepraam; places made include Netherlands; languages include Dutch
Drawer D-18, Folder 2

Netherlands: Children / Youth 1974-2002

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include sexism, gender equality, socialism, anti-war, child soldiers, international aid, education, schools, government spending, student aid, student movements, child labor, summer camps, racism, feminism, ecology, traffic, auto accidents, public safety, war toys, children’s toys, legal defense, civil rights, juvenile justice system, child abuse, arts and culture, Iraqi children, advertisements, youth organizations against fascism; makers include Rebel (Socialistische Jongenorganisatie), Lieke Peeters, Cathy Karatchian, Ontwerp Alin Tocmacov en Patrick Schranz, Loebas Oosterbeek, Federatie Nederlandse Vakbeweging (FNV), Dick Bruna, Rem Kloosterman, Ronald Timmermans, Merle van Hees, Gio De Weerd, UNICEF België, Triumviraat.com, Veredsburo, Defence for Children International (DCI), O amazing effective ideas, Studio Caroline van Gastel, Jong & Ongehoor, Mr. Zaam, Dorcas Hulp, Heiermann & Co. Amsterdam, Victor Levie en Kees Nieuwenhuijzen; references or specifically about Sweden, former Yugoslavia, "Saturn devouring his son", fine arts, Iraq War; referenced individuals include Malcolm X, Francisco Goya, Wim Kok, Desmond Tutu; places made include Netherlands; languages include Dutch, English
Drawer D-18, Folder 3

Netherlands: Housing 1990

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

related topics include speculation, squatting, people with disabilities, handicap access, cultural events, arts and culture, marches and demonstrations, eviction, construction, urban development, displacement, airport expansions, ecology, prisons, protests, landlords, housing shortages, socialism, youth, youth housing, boycotts, police, demolitions, international solidarity, private property, immigration, labor, undocumented people, financial investments, freedom of expression, freedom of speech, tenant's rights; makers include Karlos, Socialistische Jeugd Van Nederland, Bert Griepink, DAAR! den Bosch, Centraal Adres Kraakpandendienst; references or specifically about Arrondissemends Rechtbank, AMRO Netherlands, kraak, Nieuwmarkt (Amsterdam, Netherlands), urban destruction, NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, Freetown Christiania (Denmark), druk W&R den Bosch, Dutch currency, Gastarbeiders, Hotel Y Boulevard, Leegstandwet, Yuppie-City, Stadhouderskade (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Drawer D-18, Folder 4

Netherlands: Immigration / Refugees 1994-2013

Physical Description: 36

Scope and Content Note

makers include Tstort, ASKV Steunpunt Vluchtelingen, ZOA International, De Wijde Blik, SSN Nijmegen, Raad van Kerken in Nederland, TREF, ARIC, Argus Rotterdam, DAAR! den Bosch, W&R den Bosch, Carta, Wessel Breukelaar, Stichting Oecumenische Hulp (SOH), Geoffrey Avirch; related topics include discrimination, children, education, legal rights, prisons, detention centers, deportations, national borders, xenophobia, human rights, marches and demonstrations, eviction, labor, capitalism, exploitation, racism, asylum, religious aid, poverty, undocumented people, timelines; references or specifically about Migrantenweek, Steenokkerzeel, Gastarbeiders, Ethiopia, third world, Wereldreiziger, No Border Camp, freedom of movement, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), checkpoints, Chile, Tanzania, Bangladesh, Central America, Middle East, pan-Africa; languages include Dutch, English, Arabic, French; referenced individuals include Michel Szulc Krzyanowski
Drawer D-18, Folder 5

Italy: Various Topics - Oversize 1977-2008

Physical Description: 39

Scope and Content Note

related topics include racism, immigration, conferences, conscientious objectors (COs), draft resistance, African cultures, arts and culture, Romani people, ethnic registration, anarchism, surveillance, privacy, fascism, security cameras, social control, World War II, books and publications, archives, war secrets, housing, tenants’ rights, marches and demonstrations, building occupations, squatting, international solidarity, global economics, Italian mafia, cultural events, peace, non-violence, calendars, construction and development, historical preservation, trade, politicians, labor, financial speculation, Asian culture; makers include Arci Solidarieta, Collettivo Scipol, Fuxia Block, Associazione Nazionale Partigiani d'Italia (ANPI), Società Cooperativa Tipografica, Nuova Grafica, Studio Santo Zani, Pubbliprint Grafica, Libera Terra, Avenida Modena, Grafiche Jolly, AP & S Perugia, Nautilus, ARRO, Mecap Mezzago; references or specifically about Anarchici e Libertari, squatting symbol, Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti (KGB), Repubblica Italiana, Unione Inquilini, "Intorno al Drago", Napoles (Italy), Venice (Italy), small farmers; referenced individuals include Orneste Armano, Aldo Gastaldi; languages include Italian, English, various languages, Arabic
Drawer D-18, Folder 6

Italy: Wall Poster 2001

Physical Description: 1

Scope and Content Note

related topics include privatization, housing, evictions, student housing, fascism; references or specifically about Corteo, swastikas; places made include Italy
Drawer D-18, Folder 7

Italy: Andrea Rauch 1986-2005

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include drugs, drug addiction, poverty, anti-war, intolerance, children, racism, human rights, theater, violence, Italian Mafia, art exhibitions, education, World War II, fascism, Italian resistance movement, May Day, labor, Haymarket affair (Chicago), child abuse, neglect, Massacre of Civitella, commemorations, historical monuments, arts preservation, Holocaust, anti-Semitism, Holocaust Remembrance Day, concentration camps, Nazi soldiers, prisoners, nursery rhymes, Hiroshima, anti-nuclear; makers include Comune di Firenze, Comitato Tecnico Scientifico Tossicodipendenze, Cristina Cursi, Saulo Bambi, Bandettini, Press 80, Comune Aperto, Graphiti, arti Grafiche Bandettini, Roberto Innocenti; references or specifically about Commissione delle Comunità Europee, Instituo Buddista Italiano, Teatro San Matteo, Teatro Gioco Vita, Uffizi Gallery, Instituto Storico della Resistenza Senese, UNICEF, Siena Festival, European Union (EU), Monte dei Paschi Di Siena, Stanze Della Memoria, Siena (Italy), Fondiazione Monte Dei Paschi di Siena, Star of David, Regione Toscana, Auschwitz, Bosnia; referenced individuals include Benito Mussolini, Ruth Vander Zee, Primo Levi, Michele Serra; places made include Italy
Drawer D-18, Folder 8

Italy: Women 1975; 2004

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include International Women’s Day, assisted reproduction, artificial insemination, arts and culture, socialism, abortion, reproductive rights, equal pay, sexism, labor, slavery, exploitation; makers include Claudio Pesci, Moderna, Democratici di Sinistra (DS), Elle Kappa, Linea 5, Nap, Cesare Priori, Grafiche Benucci; references or specifically about Coordinamento Donne (DS)
Drawer D-18, Folder 9

Soviet Union: Oversize 1962-1990

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

related topics include communism, cartoons, bureaucracy, media, alcoholism, smoking, public health, U.S. critiques, prisons, capitalism, anniversaries, October Revolution, international solidarity, Cuba, labor, proletariat, women, children, peace, gun violence, anti-war, maps, arts and culture, Union of Soviet Socialist, Republics (USSR), USSR regions, Perestroika, Young Communist League (YCL), space exploration, cosmonauts (astronauts), International Women's Day, militarization, drugs, addictions, Soviet government, Nicaragua; makers include Kommunisticheskaya partiya Sovetskogo Soyuza (Communist Party of the Soviet Union), Victor Nvanov, V. Vladimirov, E. Komenaryetz, U. Tzaryev, N. Borobyeva, N. Verdye, V. Kovalyenko, Publishing house "Plakat", World Federation of Democratic Youth, V. Koretsky; referenced individuals include Vladimir Lenin, Daniel Ortega; languages include Russian, Czechoslovakian, English, Arabic; references or specifically about 1985 World Festival of Youth and Students, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional, Statue of Liberty, U.S. flag
Drawer D-18, Folder 10

Pan-Europe 1980-1997

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include strikes, labor, global economy, discrimination, imperialism, human rights, anti-war, children, terrorism, ecology, government and politics, peace, disarmament, housing, national borders, scientific research, 1980 Olympic Games; languages include Spanish, Turkish, German, French, English, Italian, Portuguese, Greek, Danish; makers include Levi Strauss & Co. (Levi's), Confederation of Democratic Rights in Europe, Ehmima Seaglione, Delta; references or specifically about New Europe, The Greens in the European Parliament, Council of Europe, European Charter Against Exclusion and for Human Rights, European Communities (EC), Shell, Fiat, British Petroleum (BP), European Parliament
Drawer D-19, Folder 1

Chile: Individuals 1976-1989; 2009

Physical Description: 31

Note

includes multiple adaptations of Nixon breastfeeding Pinochet from different parts of Latin America

Scope and Content Note

related topics include intervention, anti-Che Guevara, fascism, political prisoners, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), Argentina, memorials, Movimiento Democratico Popular (MDP), Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR), Cuba; referenced individuals include Carmen Castillo, Manuel Rodriguez, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Orlando Letelier, Victor Zuñiga, J. A. Campos Cifuentes, L. Quinchavil Suarez, Murray Karpen, Jose Carrasco Tapia, Ronni Karpen Moffitt, Víctor Jara, Miguel Enríquez, Sebastián Piñera, Violeta Parra, Fidel Castro, Augusto Pinochet, Salvador Allende, Richard Nixon (breastfeeding Pinochet); makers include Chili Komitee Nederland, Institute for Policy Studies, Naul Ojeda, The Clinic; places made include Chile, Netherlands, USA, Colombia; languages include Spanish, Dutch, English
Drawer D-19, Folder 2

Chile: International Solidarity 1975-1985

Physical Description: 17

Scope and Content Note

places made include Canada, Mexico; related topics include boycott Chilean goods, Chilean Junta, folk music, prisons, torture, arts and culture, art exhibitions, political prisoners, disappeared persons (desaparecidos); referenced individuals include Augusto Pinochet; makers include Press Gang, Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Chile, D. Brown, Canadian Labour Congress, ORIT, Coordinating Committee for Solidarity with Democratic Chile, Partido Popular Socialista (PPS); references or specifically about Quilapayun; languages include Spanish, English, French
Drawer D-19, Folder 3

Chile: International Solidarity - English Language 1975-1985

Physical Description: 23

Note

Includes works with places made unknown

Scope and Content Note

related topics include labor, September 11 (1973), bombing of the Moneda, dictatorship, arts and culture, contemporary Andean music, revolution, capitalism, La Granja, land occupation, conferences, housing, political prisoners, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), torture, civil war, films, "The Battle of Chile", fascism, mass media; referenced individuals include Augusto Pinochet, Salvador Allende, Víctor Jara, Pablo Neruda, George Wald, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara); makers include September 11 Coalition, Amnesty International, International Organization of Journalists, Chile Solidarity Committee; places made include USA; references or specifically about Huara, The Bible, New York Times, United Nations
Drawer D-19, Folder 4

Chile: International Solidarity - Spanish Language 1979-1987

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-fascism, arts and culture, cultural events, calendars, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), peace; referenced individuals include Pablo Neruda, Violetta Parra; makers include Brigada Francisco Moreno, Multidesign DOR PCC (Partido Comunista de Cuba) Matanzas, Riverón; places made include Nicaragua, Cuba; references or specifically about Grupo Cultural Zero, FOLICO; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer D-19, Folder 5

Mexico: Various Topics 1983-2002

Physical Description: 26

Scope and Content Note

makers include Asamblea de Barrios de la Ciudad de México, Ruben Ortiz Torres, Convencion Nacional Democratica, APRODES AC, Rayas y Taches, José Antonio Dorantes, Victor López Menachio; referenced individuals include José Luis Soberanes, Fernando Botero, Rafael Alvarado, Jesús Estevané, Abel Sánchez, Domitila Domínguez, Arturo Reyes, Antonio Peralta, Camilo Ramírez, Andres Arroyo, David Hernández, Leon Chavez, Esther Castro, Antonio Ramírez, Ferdinand de Saussure, Carlos Salinas; references or specifically about Virgin of Guadalupe, Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, Daffy Duck, Aeronaves de Mexico S.A. (Aeroméxico airline); related topics include Mexican culture critique, abortions, women, labor, human rights, unions, government, politics, Mexican revolution, revolutions, calendars, Aztec people, corruption, health, malnutrition, African-Mexicans, indigenous people, Chiapas, alternative transportation, Mexico City; languages include French, Spanish, English
Drawer D-19, Folder 6

Mexico: Arts and Culture - Events - Made in Mexico 1975-2011

Physical Description: 27

Scope and Content Note

makers include Ignacio Osorio Pedrero, Ríus, Flor M Tea, Daniel Ochoa, Carlos Cli, Jesus Gallegos, Iván Cordova, Oscar Amador, Carlos Sandoval Mendoza, Lic. Santo, CLETA, Comite Diez Años de Luca Revolucionaria 1968-1978, Joaquin, Embajada de la República de Cuba en México, Delegació Coyoacán, Gobierno del Distrito Federal Delegación Coyoacán; referenced individuals include Felipe Santander, Gabino Palomares, José Rivera Moya, Roberto Villaseñor, Sam Kerson, Guillermo Contreras, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Elena Poniatowska, Antonin Artaud, Pablo Neruda, José Guadalupe Posada; references or specifically about el estensionista, el grupo Mascarones, La Cebra, Las Simples Cosas, Teatro Zero, tlaltenango, Mascarones, Huachichilas, Raramuris, Guadalupita, Jornadas del Canto Libre, Convencion Metropolitana de Artistas y Trabajadores de la Cultura, IV Encuentro Internacional de Arte Popular Revolucionario "Nuetra America", XI Festival Mundial de la Juventud y los Estudiantes, fiestas de la Candelaria; related topics include theater, anniversaries, music, labor, creation myths, public art, political cartoons, Mexican wrestling, U.S. imperialism, book fairs, human rights, film festivals, Veracruz, Cuban culture
Drawer D-19, Folder 7

Mexico: Arts and Culture - Exhibitions - Made in Mexico 1974-2011

Physical Description: 13

Scope and Content Note

makers include Grupo MIRA, Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura, Naranjo, Frente Mexicano de Grupos Trabajadores de la Cultura, Azul Morris, Olga Burkard; referenced individuals include Pablo O’Higgins, Francisco Mora, Aarón Cruz, León Chávez, Antonio Ramírez, Francisca Diáz, Feliciano Bejar, Pilar Castañeda, Benito Messeguer, Gerardo Cantú, Froylan Ojeda, Adolfo Mexiac, Guillermo Meza, Sergio Giral, Lola Alvarez Bravo, Lázaro Cárdenas, Leopoldo Méndez; references or specifically about Taller de Gráfica Popular (TGP), death, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM); related topics include graphic arts, Mexico 1968, students, student movements, art criticism, capitalism, political poster exhibitions, Swiss art, social revolution, Switzerland
Drawer D-19, Folder 8

Mexico: Arts and Culture - General - Made in Mexico 1973-1995 [1948-1950]

Physical Description: 32

Note

includes Mexican Vignettes by Seymour Kaplan [1948-1950]; bracket range represents dates of original items reproduced

Scope and Content Note

makers include Antonio Venegas Arroyo, Seymour Kaplan, Renata Metthez, Salvador Romero Glez, Centro de Cultura Obrera, J. Borges, René Vásquez; referenced individuals include José Guadalupe Posada, Francisco I. Madero, Pablo Neruda, José Clemente Orozco; related topics include international solidarity, women, ecology, cultural relics, design
Drawer D-19, Folder 9

Mexico: Arts and Culture - Music - Made in Mexico 1970s-1983

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

makers include Enríquez Nieto, Delores Hernandez, Efrain Herrera, Consejo Nacional de Recursos para la Atención de la Juventud (CREA), Discos Pueblo; referenced individuals include Julio Solorzano, Jose de Molina, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevera), Mascarones, Cintia Harding, Gabino Palomares, Isabel Parra, Angel Parra, Oscar Chavez, Amparo Ochoa, Los Folkloristas, Ernesto Cavour; references or specifically about Polygram; related topics include music from Veracruz, Jarocha music, cultural events, international solidarity, Michoacan, folklore, popular music
Drawer D-19, Folder 10

Mexico: Arts and Culture - U.S. Made 1976-2010

Physical Description: 35

Scope and Content Note

makers include Inkworks, Maria Kilcha Kane, Alfonso Maciel, Garapata, Ignacio Gomez, SEIU local 1000, Teresa Ellis; referenced individuals include Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Agustin V. Casasola, Maeve Hickey, Lawrence Taylor, Robert Alvarez, José Guadalupe Posado, Ricardo Montalban, José Clemente Orozco, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Rigoberto Lopez Perez, Sergio Arau, Minerva Martinez, Gilberto Y. Martinez, Marcos Raya, Linda Vallejo, Malu Alberro, Donna Blue Lachman, Tim Fiori, Jan Holby, Francisco Mora; references or specifically about California State University Long Beach, Mexiperimental Cinema, Festival of Mexican Women Directors, Ambos Nogales, East Los Angeles College, Walls of Fire, Sabia, Los Mascarones, Radical Humor Festival, Mexican Arts Symposium (UCLA), Museum of Latin American Art; related topics include immigration, deportation, theater, calendars, US-Mexican border, film, avant-garde, Mexican Revolution, women in film, muralists, music festival, Cinco de Mayo, Latin Americans New Song, political cartoons, health, Aztec culture, alternative medicine, indigenous people, women, Mexican Independence Day, Mexican masks
Drawer D-19, Folder 11

Mexico: Education - Made in Mexico 1975-1985; 2006

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

related topics include illiteracy, youth, films, anniversaries, universities, marches and demonstrations, entrance exams; makers include Editorial Trillas, Gloria Calderas Lim, CREA, Aprodes A.C., Renato Esquivel, Casa Abierta al Tiempo, Difusion Cultural; references or specifically about Gran Concurso Nacional Operation Rayon de Soleil, Asociación de Maestros e Investigadores de Frances de Mexico, A.C. (AMIFRAM), Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Xochimilco Coordinación de Extension Universitaria, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM), Instituto Politécnico Nacional (IPN), Universidad Obrera de México; languages include Spanish, English, French
Drawer D-19, Folder 12

Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (UAP) - Made in Mexico 1972-1974

Physical Description: 12

Note

The Universidad Autónoma de Puebla has undergone various names since its establishment in 1587. Between 1956-1987 its official name was Universidad Autónoma de Puebla; from 1987 to the present the university is known as Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla.

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political prisoners, peasants, art exhibitions, photography, Chinese Cultural Revolution, conferences, student movements, police abuse, arts and culture, cultural festivals, music, communism, May Day, solidarity, labor; referenced individuals include Ramón Danzós Palomino, Mao Zedong (Mao Tse-tung), Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx, Luis Rivera Terrazas; references or specifically about MITIN, Atlixco (Puebla), Encuentro Nacional de Universidades, 1a Conferencia Sobre Los Problemas de la Educación Media y Superior; makers include Departamento de Difusión Cultural (UAP)
Drawer D-19, Folder 13

Mexico: Peace / Anti-War / Anti-Nuclear 1949; 1993-1995

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

related topics include academic conferences, indigenous rights, Mayan peoples, religion, anti-imperialism; references or specifically about XI Congreso Internacional (Medicos Mexicanos Para La Prevención de la Guerra Nuclear; IPPNW in English), Nobel Peace Prize, Estrategia Revista de Análisis Politico, Congreso Continental Americano Por La Paz; makers include Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolas de Hidalgo, Medicos Mexicanos Para La Prevención de la Guerra Nuclear, S.C., Arquitectura Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo (UMSNH), International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW), Comité Pro Nobel por la Paz Samuel Ruiz Garcia, Xavier Guerrero, Ruth Ramírez, Luis Cisneros, Rodolfo Valtierra Fernando G.G.; referenced individuals include Samuel Ruiz Garcia
Drawer D-19, Folder 14

Mexico: Ecology 1980-2003

Physical Description: 14

Note

included laminated items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include endangered species, iguanas, food production, corporations, children, maize, Aztec goddesses, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), childbirth, pesticides, farming, organic food, coffee, Zapotec people, Oaxaca, Tortuga Prieta (Galápagos green turtle), native birds of Mexico, exports, government provided maize seeds, maize diversity, mudslides, fishing, marine animals, lobsters; makers include Mida, Aprodes A.C., Cafe Orgánico de los Bosques Nublados, Unión de Organizaciones de la Sierra Juárez de Oaxaca, S.C., Fondo de América del Norte para la Cooperación Amiental, SEMARNAP, Raziel Levi Méndez Moreno, Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente, Graphic Arts of Marin Inc., Consultora Tecnica Comunitaria, A.C. (CONTEC), Centro Nacional de Ayuda a las Misiones Indígenas (CENAMI), Grupo Teatro Indigena de la Sierra Tarahumara, Secretaria de Estado de Agricultura, Departamento de Tierras y Aguas, Subsecretaria de Recursos Naturales, Programa Educación Ambiental, Cuevas, Departamento de Divulgación Técnica; references or specifically about Coatlicue, Viva La Milpa Project, National Audubon Society, DICONSA; places made include Mexico, USA; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer D-19, Folder 15

Mexico: Housing (Tepito) - Made in Mexico 1990s

Physical Description: 6

Scope and Content Note

related topics include cooperatives, neighborhoods, maps, poverty, children, artisanry, tianguis (open air market); references or specifically about Diario Oficial de la Federación (DOF); makers include Rayon
Drawer D-19, Folder 16

Mexico: International Solidarity - U.S. Made 1982-2001

Physical Description: 10

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. investment, Chiapas, indigenous peoples, Oaxaca, Guerrero, U.S. taxpayers, human rights, U.S. military intervention, militarism, military recruitment, newspapers, mass media coverage, student movements, protests, Vietnam War, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), death squads, theology; makers include FireWorx, Project on Youth and Non-Military Opportunities (Project YANO), American Friends Service Committee, U.S./Mexico Border Program Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project, Mexico-U.S. Border Action Project, David Wachtel, Christians for Latin American Study and Solidarity (CLASS); references or specifically about Joint Task Force 6, Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), Comité de Lucha de la Escuela Superior de Ingenieria Mecanica y Electrica (ESIME); referenced individuals include Rubén Salazar
Drawer D-19, Folder 17

Mexico: International Solidarity - Made in Europe 1996-1998

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), Ciudad Juárez, femicide, violence against women, demilitarization, paramilitary groups, political prisoners, indigenous rights, racism, Chiapas; makers include Joan Ramon, Elisa, Groupe de recherche sur l'actualité au Mexique, Fels, Antifa Jugendfront, Gruppe B.A.S.T.A., Medico International; references or specifically about Acuerdos de San Andrés Larráinzar, World Cup; places made include France, Germany; languages include French, German; referenced individuals include Subcomandante Marcos
Drawer D-19, Folder 18

Mexico: 2006 Elections - Made in Mexico 2006

Physical Description: 21

Scope and Content Note

related topics include voting, election re-count, electoral fraud, the political right, suffrage; referenced individuals include Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Yeidckol Polevnsky, Armando Perez Soria, Octavio Martinez Vargas, Francisco Villa (Pancho Villa), Emiliano Zapata, Ricardo Flores Magón, Elba Esther, Marcelo Ebrard, Benito Juárez, Francisco I. Madero, Felipe Calderón; references or specifically about Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), Poder Popular, Partido del Trabajo (PT); makers include Frente Amplio Democratico (FAD), Ciudadanos Libres en Defensa de México, A.C.
Drawer D-19, Folder 19

Mexico: Government and Politics - Made in Mexico 1988-2006

Physical Description: 33

Note

includes Carteles de Divulgación de la Cultura Democrática series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include massacres, paramilitaries, impunity, civic education, political dialogue, democracy, Chiapas, demilitarization, political crimes, voter fraud, voter education, youth; references or specifically about Frente Popular, Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), Frente Amplio de Lucha Popular (FALP), Declaración de los Derechos del Hombre y del Ciudadano, Acuerdos de San Andrés Larráinzar, Convención del Anahuac; referenced individuals include Benito Juárez, Michel de Montaigne, Voltaire, Carlos Salinas de Gortari; makers include Instituto Federal Electoral, Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD), Movimiento Ciudadano por la Democracia
Drawer D-19, Folder 20

Mexico: Politicians 31

Physical Description: 1986-2006

Scope and Content Note

related topics include the political right, religion, libertarians, unions, labor, corruption, presidential elections, fraud, narcotrafficking, war on drugs, labor, workers, banda, corridos, Oaxaca, Atenco, miners, students, Texcoco, university protests, educators, political prisoners, Oaxaca, Mexico state, natural resources, peace, Morelos; references or specifically about Virgen de Guadalupe, Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación (SNTE), Partido Auténtico de la Revolución Mexicana (PARM), Consejo Nacional Cardenistas 2o Congreso Nacional, Los Pinos, Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), Asamblea Popular de los Pueblos de Oaxaca (APPO), Partido Socialista Unificado de México (PSUM); referenced individuals include Vicente Fox, Elba Esther, Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, Lázaro Cárdenas, Felipe Cálderon, Ulises Ruiz Ortiz, Marcos Raya, Enrique Peña Nieto, Ernesto Zedillo, Carlos Salinas de Gortari, Benito Juárez, Emiliano Zapata, Estanislao Tapia Chávez, George W. Bush; makers include Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación (CNTE), Mujeres Sin Miedo, Allied Printing, Chicago Committee for the Visit of Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, Encuentro de la Juventud, Comisión de Información y Propaganda del CC, Arturo Apón, Red Nacional de Jovenes con Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador; places made include Mexico, USA
Drawer D-19, Folder 21

Cuba: Anniversaries - Made in Cuba 1969-1990

Physical Description: 23

Scope and Content Note

makers include Comisión de Propaganda, Dirección Política (MININT), Agrmonte, Impresenta Universitaria, Lázaro Gracia, Dirección Provincial de Cultura Poder Popular de Ciudad Habana, Editora Política, Universidad Obrera Lombardo Toledano, Divulgación Inder Prov., La Voz del Sandinismo; references or specifically about Bohemia, Jornada de Girón, attack on Palacio Presidencial (March 13), XXV Aniversario Del Desembarco Del Granma, July 30, Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias (FAR); referenced individuals include José Antonio Echeverria, Fulgencio Batista, Fidel Castro, José Martí, Otto Rene Castillo, Daniel Ortega; related topics include youth, university students, student movements, Cuban revolution, Moncada barracks, Havana history, mambises (Cuban revolutionaries), children's cartoons, agrarian reform, sports, Sandinista revolution
Drawer D-19, Folder 22

Cuba: July 26 1974-1983

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

makers include Seluma, Los Talleres del CNC; related topics include anniversaries, Moncada Barracks, July 14, U.S. intervention, socialism, marches and demonstrations, education; places made include Cuba; references or specifically about Galeria Latino Americana, Matanzas,1967; referenced individuals include Raul Castro, Fidel Castro; languages include English, Spanish
Drawer D-19, Folder 23

Cuba: Labor 1969-1994

Physical Description: 40

Scope and Content Note

makers include Unidad de Propraganda Grafica CTC National, Americo Martinez, Franz, Unidad Gráfica CDID Minal, POZO, Feracopm Regopma; del Papel, Artes Gráficas Y Comunicación Social de CC.OO. de Madrid, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Cuban National Packaging Center (CNEE), Sinio Azucar; related topics include labor unions, metal and electric workers, SNTME, Confederación de Trabajadores de Cuba (CTC), food workers, SNTIA, socialism, May Day, construction workers, food workers, nutrition, union conferences, light industry workers, SNTIL, national production, micro brigades, social workers; places made include Cuba, Spain, blockade, embargo, Torricelli law, Latin America, Caribbean, foreign debt, packaging industry, agro-industrial packaging sector, workshops, May Day slogan, sugar cane production, Casa de las Americas, education, children, teaching, work ethic, population growth, MINFAR doctrine, workers' rights, communism; referenced individuals include Lázaro Peña
Drawer D-19, Folder 24

Cuba: Labor - Partido Comunista de Cuba (PCC) 1972-1984

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include May Day, marches and demonstrations, construction of national institutions, schools, zoos, sports arenas, sugar cane, labor, production, defense, worker's hygiene, safety, agriculture, agricultural seasons, harvests, unions, conferences; referenced individuals include Fidel Castro; references or specifically about La Brigada, VIII Congreso Sindical Mundial, XXV Aniversario del Congreso Campesino en Armas, XIII CTC Congreso, VIII Congreso Sindical Mundial (Bulgaria); makers include NIN, Suarez, Central de Trabajadores de Cuba (CTC)
Drawer D-19, Folder 25

Cuba: 1978 World Festival of Youth and Students - Comisión Permanente 1977-1978

Physical Description: 40

Note

includes laminated items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include international solidarity, anti-imperialism, peace, friendship, liberation, anti-nuclear, anti-war, nuclear energy, ecology; languages include French, Spanish, English, Russian, Arabic, German, possible Farsi; makers include Trujillo, Comite Organizador Cuba 78, Marisabel, Marcos, Ramon, Opalomino
Drawer D-19, Folder 26

Cuba: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) - Made in Cuba 1975-1981

Physical Description: 12

Scope and Content Note

makers include Lamas, Enrique Moreno, Sandoval, Cardenas, Hector Cata, Humberto Dionisio, Rodolfo Peña-Mora; referenced individuals include Nicolás Guillén; related topics include art exhibitions, arts and culture, physically disabled, handicapped, children
Drawer D-19, Folder 27

Cuba: Cultural Critique (includes American Culture Critque) 1967-2004

Physical Description: 40

Note

Includes newsprint

Scope and Content Note

makers include Olivio Martínez Viera, Manuel, Dedeté, Ignacio Agramonte, Guindon, Hernán H., Palacio; referenced individuals include Roberto Tamayo, Augusto Pinochet, Ariel Dorfman, Armand Mattelart, Robert Crumb, Ricardo Tabares, Juan Montes, Tupac Amaru, Osvaldo Dragun; references or specifically about TATO, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), swastikas, Donald Duck, How to Read Donald Duck, National Lampoon, Superman, Statue of Liberty; related topics include capitalism, money, consumerism, advertising, political cartoons, poverty, charity, labor, ecology, development, U.S. intervention, General Motors, religion, Christianity, corruption, counter-culture, women, Disney, cultural imperialism, music, censorship, handicapped, collages, television, news, Brazil, Esso Cuba, oil, weapons, subversive comics, blockade, embargo, guns, peace, drugs, art exhibit, communism, big business, corporations, retirement, occupational safety, housing, police, Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA), sugar cane, foreign investor, fruit production, neocolonism, land rights, US marines, elections, anti-war
Drawer D-20, Folder 1

Nicaragua: International Solidarity - Oversize 1978-1986; 2001

Physical Description: 44

Scope and Content Note

related topics include music, arts and culture, musical performers, women and children, aide, U.S. imperialism, U.S. intervention, violence, mass media, films, Estelí, Barricada Internacional, advertisements, Asociacion de Mujeres Nicaragüenses Luisa Amanda Esponosa (AMNLAE), primitivism art,10th Anniversary of Nicaraguan Revolution, art exhibitions, Grupo Adelante; referenced individuals include Carlos Mejía Godoy y Los de Palacaqüina, Augusto Sandino, Salvatore Scarpitta, Ronald Reagan, Walter Schütz, Enrique Schmidt Cuadra, Ernesto Cardenal; references or specifically about, Peter Lilienthal; places made include Madrid (Spain), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Berlin, Köln (Germany), Italy, France, United Kingdom (UK), Texas (USA), Reykjavik (Iceland) México; makers include Partido Comunista de España, Willem Heshusius, druk Heiermann and Company, Robert Schotman, Rolf Henderson, Verkrijgbaar bij het Nicaragua komite Amsterdam, Get-A-Grip Productions, Hans Jansen, Funev, Harry Mattison Univeridad Obrera de México, Sehstern, Salzburger Sparkasse, Dorothea Beyer, Equipo Butifarra, Azagra, Ferran Fernandez; references or specifically about Uncle Sam, U.S. flag, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN)
Drawer D-20, Folder 2

Nicaragua: Nicaragua Made - Oversize 1985-1988

Physical Description: 18

Scope and Content Note

related topics include peace, religion, health, maps, primitivism art, murals, stations of the cross, graffiti; referenced individuals include Ernesto Che Guevara, Augusto Sandino, Rubén Darío; references or specifically about Jesus Christ; places made include Managua, Nicaragua; makers include Ministerio de Cultura, Jose Salome Garcia RIvera, Oganizacion de la Naciones Unidas, Sergio Michilini, Taller Grafica Experimental, Oscar Rodriguez
Drawer D-20, Folder 3

Mexico: Emiliano Zapata - Oversize 1970-1996

Physical Description: 8

Scope and Content Note

related topics include biographies; makers include Ignacio Gomez, The Print Mint, Graphic Arts International Union, Young Jin Kim, Alfredo Arreguín, Portal Publications; places made include California (USA), Korea; language includes English, Spanish; referenced individuals include Hank Olguin, Alicia Maria Gonzalez, Jesús Guagardo, Venustiano Carranza; references or specifically about San Cristobal Valley Arts, Inc.
Drawer D-20, Folder 4

Mexico: Oversize 1986-2012

Physical Description: 19

Note

Includes plastic item

Scope and Content Note

related topics include political prisoners, political cartoons, socialism, political activists, Mexican Revolution, labor, U.S. imperialism, strikes, labor history, unions, Oaxaca, peace, children, children's rights, health, human rights, education, Chiapas, neoliberalism, Zapatistas, cultural events, festivals, arts and culture, women's rights, gender equality; referenced individuals include Victor Yodo, Julio Escalona, Marcos Gomez, Fernando Soto Rojas, Emiliano Zapata, Francisco I. Madero, Porfirio Díaz, Francisco Villa (Pancho Villa), Ricardo Flores Magón, Enrique Flores Magón, Adolph Fischer, Albert Parsons, George Engel, Louis Lingg, August Spies, Subcomandante Marcos; makers include Francisco Toledo, Gonzalo J. Plascencia, Grupo Mira, Hesketh, Maritza López, Rogelio Rangel, Raul Ortega, Grupo DESEA, Consejo Nacional de Recursos para la Atención de la Juventud, Partido Autentico de la Revolucion Mexicana (PARM), Santiago Armengod, Partido Acción Nacional (PAN), Lito Sol, S.A.; produced by or supporting Liga Socialista, Universidad Central de Veracruz; references or specifically about La Decena Trágica, Plan de Ayala, Uncle Sam, Haymarket Affair, May Day, Día de los Muertos, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional (EZLN), Convención Nacional Democrática (CND), Alianza Cívica (AC), Año Internacional de la Mujer, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico
Drawer D-20, Folder 5

El Salvador: Oversize 1980-1982

Physical Description: 31

Scope and Content Note

related topics include U.S. intervention, children, bombings, Communism, peace, Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN), women, children, Sistema Radio Venceremos, Religion, Christianity, liberation theology, marches and demonstrations; places made include USA, Riverside (California), Spain, Basque Country, Germany, El Salvador, Sicily, Italy; referenced individuals include Ronald Reagan, Oscar Romero, Bertolt Brecht; makers include Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), Partido Comunista de España (PCE), Askapena, Christliche Initiative El Salvador, Equipo Maíz, Ronald Morán, Instituto Cinematográfico de El Salvador Revolucionario; languages include Catalan, Basque, German, Sicilian
Drawer D-20, Folder 6

Mexico: Arnulfo Aquino 1971-1992

Physical Description: 15

Scope and Content Note

makers include Talleres de la ENAP, Miguel Ángel Guzmán; related topics include cultural events, U.S. imperialism, El Salvador, Nicaragua, art exhibitions, anniversaries, artists, homages; referenced individuals include Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Vladimir Lenin, Susan Meiselas, Pablo 'Bareta' Arauz, Indalecio Rivera, Thelma Nava, José Guadalupe Posada, Eugène Delacroix, José Clemente Orozco; references or specifically about October Revolution, Mexico 1968, Tlatelolco, Festival de la Unidad, fine arts, "Liberty Leading the People"; produced by or supporting Departamento de Propaganda y Educación Política, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional (FSLN), Comité de Homenaje al Movimiento, Comisión de la UVyD-19
Drawer D-20, Folder 7

Argentina: Oversize 1980-2010

Physical Description: 8

Scope and Content Note

related topics include disappeared persons (desaparecidos), Perú, marches and demonstrations, poetry, labor, restitution, amnesty, children, clandestine detention, children of the disappeared, human rights, exhibitions, women, genocide, tortures; references or specifically about Madres de Plaza de Mayo, Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, Comisión Nacional por el Derecho a la Identidad (CONADI), La Cámpora, "Ajusticiemos con la memoria fértil. Historia de los Genocidas de la Esma"; places made include Germany, Argentina; referenced individuals include Nestór Kirchner, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Juan Cabandié, José Alfredo Martínez de Hoz
Drawer D-20, Folder 8

Cuba: Oversize 1967-2005

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

makers include José Martí, Alfredo Rostgaard, Quimatú Ltda., A. Romero, Olivio Martínez Viera, Partido Comunista de Cuba (CC PCC), International Posters, Inc., Publicitur; places made include Cuba, Chile, France, USA; referenced individuals include Fidel Castro, Vladimir Lenin, George W. Bush; related topics include music, arts and culture, July 26, Soviet Union (USSR), literature, international solidarity, anniversaries, political prisoners, the Cuban 5, labor, May Day, U.S. government, theater
Drawer D-20, Folder 9

Chile: Various Topics 1971-1978

Physical Description: 22

Note

separated from rest of Chile materials for potential exhibition; folder is slightly larger than regular medium sized folder; includes 1995-056 acquisition

Scope and Content Note

makers include Quimantú Ltda., Comite Nacional Cubano Preparatorio del Congreso Mundial de las Fuerzas Pacificas, Coordinador Nacional de Juventudes, Secretaria Juvenil de la Presidencia de la República, Vera y Giannini, Vicente Larrea (Vicho Larrea), Antonio Larrea (Toño Larrea), D. Birelli, A. Zen, Stampa Tonolo, Comite Ejecutivo Nacional Cut Gobierno de Participacion, Dgo Ulloa, Impresora Formal S.A., Partido Comunista de Chile, Marian Nowinski, Instytut Wydawniczy; related topics include copper, elections, politicians and campaigns, socialism, Bolivia, national sovereignty, children, youth, volunteer labor, arts and culture, Bulgarian film, labor, unions, leisure, labor rights, Chilean music, communism, international solidarity; referenced individuals include Rigo Quezada, Elmo Catalan, Tirso Montiel, Vladimir Lenin, Patricio Guzman, Oswaldo Guayasamin, Salvador Allende, Pablo Neruda, Víctor Jara, Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara), Patricia Israel, Alberto Perez; references or specifically about Partido Socialista, Ahora magazine, Ramona youth magazine, Dia Nacional del Trabajo Voluntario, Festival de Cine Búlgaro, La Biennale di Venezia, Escuela Artes de la Comunicación (EAC), Universidad Catolica de Chile, Juventudes Comunistes de Chile (JJCC), Quilapayun, Casa de Chile en Mexico, October Revolution; languages include Italian, Spanish, Polish; places made include Mexico, Chile, Italy, Poland
Drawer D-20, Folder 10

Ernesto Guevara (Che Guevara): Oversize 1968-2005

Physical Description: 11

Scope and Content Note

related topics include films, imperialism, corporatism, advertising, anniversaries, cultural events, Bolivia, art exhibitions, commercialization, corporations, Vietnam War; makers include Don Honeyman, Paul C. Davis, Evergreen Review, Inc., Patrick Thomas, Mónica Larrea Trumper, Quimantú, Huy Toan, Tran Huu Chat; references or specifically about corporate logos, Tropenmuseum; referenced individuals include Omar Sharif, Jack Palance, Richard Fleischer, Alberto Korda, Silvio Rodríguez, Patricio Manns, Angel Parra, Juan José Torres González (J.J. Torres); places made include United Kingdom (UK), France, USA, Spain, Cuba, Chile, Netherlands, Vietnam; languages include English, French, Spanish, Dutch
Drawer D-20, Folder 11

Chile: Quimantú / Government Programs 1971-1991

Physical Description: 29

Note

separated from rest of Chile materials for potential exhibition; folder is slightly larger than regular medium sized folder; includes linen-backed items

Scope and Content Note

related topics include housing, urbanization, urban reform, mining, factories, agriculture, labor, volunteer work/labor, youth, internal organizations, earthquakes, natural disasters, copper, patriotism, nationalism, anniversaries, socialism; makers include Olavarría - Bernal Ponce, Quimantú Ltda., Vicente Larrea (Vicho), Antonio Larrea (Toño Larrea), Litografia Fernandez, Luis Albornoz, Ristampa Arci, Litografia Centrostampa, Centro Ricerca Educazione Documentazione Ambientale (CREDA), Associazione di Cooperazione Rurale in Africa e America Latina (ACRA), Consulenza Ebbi Pubblicita, Central Única de Trabajadores (CUT), Consejeria de Difusion de la Presidencia de la Republica; references or specifically about Exposición Encuentro Internacional de la Vivienda (VIEXPO), Jornada Nacional de Dicusion "Deberes y Derechos de la Juventud Chilena", Dia de la Dignidad Nacional, Operación Invierno; referenced individuals include Franco Gesualdi; places made include Italy, Chile
Drawer D-21, Folder 1

Chile: Arts and Culture - Set by Vicente Larrea, Antonio Larrea and Others 1972-1979

Physical Description: 16

Scope and Content Note

related topics include film festivals, Hungarian films, photography, theater, conferences, poetry, industrialization; makers include Vicente Larrea (Vicho Larrea), Antonio Larrea (Toño Larrea), Luis Albornoz, Foto Cine Club de Chile, Grupo Trilce, Editora Copahue, Roman, Ximena; references or specifically about AILA
Drawer D-21, Folder 2

Chile: Events About Political Posters - Made in Chile 1972-1990

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include conferences, art exhibitions, Chilean political posers, international solidarity posters, posters for the popular government; referenced individuals include David Kunzle, Vicente Larrea (Vicho Larrea), Antonio Larrea (Toño Larrea), Luis Albornoz; makers include Juvenil de la Presidencia de la Republica; references or specifically about Taller de Gráfica, Jornada del Afiche
Drawer D-21, Folder 3

Chile: Arts and Culture - Arauco (Danilo Bahamonde) 1980s

Physical Description: 12

Note

The artist name Arauco is associated with Danilo Bahamonde (Danilo Bajamonde), who also signs as Gitano.

Scope and Content Note

related topics include poetry, human rights, Native Americans, indigenous peoples, prisons and prisoners; referenced individuals include Roque Dalton, Pablo Neruda, Victor Hugo Castro, Cristian Cottet; places made include Chile; references or specifically about Gráfica de los Marginados; languages include Spanish
Drawer D-21, Folder 4

Chile: Arts and Culture - Film, Television and Photography 1980-2009

Physical Description: 14

Scope and Content Note

related topics include documentaries, cultural events, television, prisons and prisoners, concerts, Mapuche, art exhibitions; referenced individuals include David Kunzle, Augusto Pinochet, Patricia Reyes, Lincoyan Parada, Isabel Allende, Manuel Basoalto, Alvaro J. Covacevich; makers include Mestizo, Vicente Larrea (Vicho Larrea), Antonio Larrea (Toño Larrea); places made include Chile; languages include Spanish; references or specifically about "Morir Un Poco"
Drawer D-21, Folder 5

Chile: Arts and Culture - Music 1972-2008

Physical Description: 24

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Chilean album covers, art exhibitions, cultural events, festivals, benefit concerts, exhibitions about Chilean concert posters; referenced individuals include Angel Parra, Violeta Parra, Franklin Caicedo, Carlos A. Muñoz, Pancho Caucaman, Víctor Jara, Tito Fernández, Jorge Yáñez; makers include Vicente Larrea (Vicho Larrea), Antonio Larrea (Toño Larrea), Luis Albornoz, Discoteca del Cantar Popular (DICAP), Guillermo Bert, Toñocadima, Taller de Gráfica, Alpuerto, Nunatak; places made include Chile, Los Angeles (California, USA); references or specifically about Quimantú, Nueva Canción Chilena
Drawer D-21, Folder 6

Chile: Theater - Made in Chile 1975-2000

Physical Description: 7

Scope and Content Note

related topics include anti-war, education, drama clubs, musicals, Vietnam War, children; makers include Elias Greibe, Veragua; places made include Chile; references or specifically about Quilapayun, Compañia de Teatro Santo Tomás; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer D-21, Folder 7

Chile: Arts and Culture - General 1970-2009

Physical Description: 56

Note

includes table decoration piece and "No" series

Scope and Content Note

related topics include Christianity, religion, books, anniversaries, murals, art exhibitions, poetry, colonialism, marches and demonstrations, dances, labor, civil war, breastfeeding, sedition, peace, anti-war, prisons, strikes, families, U.S. intervention, repression; referenced individuals include Susana Cárcamo Rojas, Paz Errazriz, Marcelo Montecino, Hugo Rivero, Santiago Nattino, Ismael Duran, Nemesio Antúnez, Martín Hopenhayn; makers include Antu kai Mawen, Taller de Gráfica, Tomas Ives, Toño Cadima (Toñocadima), Rinaldo Cutini, Quimantú Ltd., Universidad de Chile, Fundación Pablo Neruda, Guillermo Nuñez, F. Alamos, José Balmes, Francisco 'Pancho' Brugnoli; places made include Chile, California (USA), Italy; produced by or supporting Museo de la Solidaridad Chile (Museo de Contemporaneo); references or specifically about Lafloripondio, Taller Sol, Michelangelo’s "Creation of Adam", Chilean flag, "No" series; languages include Spanish, English
Drawer D-21, Folder 8

Chile: Fragile 1970-1989

Physical Description: 2

Scope and Content Note

related topics include politicians and campaigns, Movimiento de Acción Popular Unitario (MAPU), anniversaries, communism; referenced individuals include Rojas; makers include Veragua; places made include Chile
Drawer D-21, Folder 9

Chile: International Solidarity - Made in Europe 1974-1985

Physical Description: 51

Scope and Content Note

related topics include boycotts, Chilean fruit, police, censorship, September 11 (1973) Chilean coup d'état, South America, Granny Smith apples, hunger, democracy, Chilean Junta, fascism, marches and demonstrations, corporations, Argentina, South Africa, Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR), labor, disappeared persons (desaparecidos), political prisoners, music, art and culture, benefit concerts, Central Unitaria de Trabajadores de Chile (CUT), Mexico, Nicaragua, unions; referenced individuals include Augusto Pinochet, Salvador Allende; makers include Federatie Nederlandse Vakbeweging (FNV), Frits Jansma, Koen Wessing, Chili-komitee Nederland, Rob von der Doe, Arend Veenstra, Martin Veltman, Briones, P. Madera, Komiteen Salvador Allende, Trauco, Ubbe, Svenska Chilekommitteen; places made include Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, Denmark, Austria; languages include Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, German, Danish; references or specifically about Sozialistischen Partei Österreichs (SPÖ)
Drawer D-21, Folder 10

Chile: International Solidarity - Made in Europe 1973-2013

Physical Description: 38

Scope and Content Note

related topics include workers’ committees, fascism, boycotts, Guatemala, El Salvador, cultural events, prisons, labor, peace,