"DEMONSTRATE; INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY, 1983" [COVER TITLE].
San Francisco: Fireworks / New Movement in Solidarity with the Puerto Rican and Mexican Revolutions. 23x15 in. offset poster, perpendicular folds that meet at the center Very Good Depicts, in black and white, a woman standing with an AK-47 slung over her shoulder. Next to her are four panels with illustrations of women in various liberation movements around the world; New Afrikan demonstrations, Carmen Valentin a Puerto Rican political prisoner, female Palestinian guerrillas and U.S. women protesting imperialism and global capitalism. The march advertised was schedule for March 12 at the Port Chicago Weapons Station in Concord, CA, which was worked mainly by African-Americans during WWII and was the site of a deadly munitions explosion and labor protests over unsafe working conditions (Item ID: 164545)