Includes photographs (mostly color snapshots) of protests and other Rainforest Action Network events as well as some posters
and publicity material. Also in the collection are T-shirts, a bandana, a tote bag and a cloth print freaturing logos, slogans
or political messages of Rainforest Action Network.
Founded in 1985 by Randy Hayes, Rainforest Action Network (RAN) is an environmental organization that campaigns for the preservation
of rainforests and the rights of the indigenous peoples who live within those forests. See also: http://ran.org/who_we_are/our_mission_history/
3 linear feet
(2 cartons, 2 boxes, 5 oversize folders);
approximately 1500 photographs, slides, and posters
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