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Donnelly/Colt Progressive Resources is a family-owned and operated mailorder business that has been designing and distributing progressive materials promoting peace, social and environmental justice and human rights since 1975.
We offer over 1,400 items in stock for retail & wholesale purchase. Almost all the items are union-made and union printed in the U.S. Handmade items are third-party certified as fair trade produced.
New items are added throughout the year to our in-stock catalogue. Our order form is 100% secure.
WHOLESALE PRICING is also available, see Ordering Policies.
We also offer wholesale CUSTOM PRINTING for more than 20 kinds of products for you or your organization, business, campaign, project, club, band or special event. Ask us if you don't see what you are looking for, we can custom print many more items.
Since 2009 we generate our electricity from 46 solar photovoltaic panels on the roof that power our home and business.
$3.00 $2.00 On Sale!
4" x 6" European style oval sticker used to identify one's country. This version is for the rest of us who identify as citizens of the world. A 21st century classic.
Button: Every Day Is Earth Day
$1.00 $1.00 On Sale!
1.5" Metal Lithographed Button
Poster: The ABC's of Green Living
24" x 36" 100% post-consumer recycled 100 pound weight print stock by Donna Tarbania, Karen Kerney (illustrations and design), Dik Cool and many friends © 2010
Click on the title to see an enlarged version of the poster that's legible.
Poster: Pledge To The Earth
$18.00 $9.00 On Sale!
"I pledge allegiance to the Earth and all the life which it supports. One planet, in our care, irreplaceable, with sustenance and respect for all." designed by Janina Lamb (Lamb and Lion Studio) 18" x 24".
Also available as a 5" x 7" postcard (product code: PC-PLEDGE)
T-Shirt: Live Green
$24.00 $15.00 On Sale!
100% Organically grown cotton, unbleached, natural color, grown & sewn in the U.S. (from family-owned grower, "S.O.S. From Texas")
Flag: 3' x 5' Earth Flag
$39.00 $35.00 On Sale!
This is the largest version of teh Eartn Flag we stock: 3' x 5' High-Quality, durable Flag with two brass grommets. sublimation-dyed, fade-proof, image on both sides. Dark-blue field with N.A.S.A.'s 1969 first photograph of the Earth taken from space. This image is also available in three other formats: a 2' x 3' Flag, a 2' x 3' vertical banner with a sewn sleeve to insert a pole through, and an 8" x 12" hand-held flag on a wooden dowel. All Earth Flag items are made in the U.S.A.
Poster: Live Green
$8.00 $5.00 On Sale!
Click the poster to see a larger version of it.
11" x 17"
Poster: Transition to... Green
$6.00 $4.00 On Sale!
Click the poster to see a larger version of it.
8" x 17"
DVD: Rachel Carson's Silent Spring
$28.00 $19.00 On Sale!
WGHB/The American Experience series 2003 56 minutes
Rachel Carson is credited for being the inspiration and fore-runner of the environmental movement. Her story is well worth re-examining on this 40th anniversary of Earth Day, and 48th anniversary since the publication of her groundbreaking wake-up call of a book, "Silent Spring."
Click on the title for more reviews . . .
Poster: Environmental Justice
11" x 17" design by Ricardo Levins Morales 2006
DVD: Who Killed the Electric Car?
$30.00 $19.00 On Sale!
The auto industry's biggest mystery - revealed. Running solely on electricity, General Motors' fleet of EV-1 electric vehicles were so efficient, they were on the brink of altering the future of driving in America -- perhaps even the world. Those lucky enough to drive one gave it glowing reviews. So why were they all destroyed?
Click on title for more info about the film
DVD: Revenge of the Electric Car
$30.00 $27.00 On Sale!
2011 Directed by Chris Paine (the maker of "Who Killed The Electric Car?")
Sometimes change, like a train in the old West, gets stopped dead in its tracks. That was the story of "Who Killed the Electric Car?" The villains were the same guys who always hold things up when real progress is in the air. Pistol-waving business lobbyists fighting for their old monopolies, simpleton leaders defending the status quo, and the tendency for most of us to stay in our seats rather than board new trains.
So it's a rare privilege to be able to tell the story of how sometimes change has too much momentum to be stopped. You can't kill an idea whose time has come. For this film, we wanted to do something different. Last time we followed a group of activists fighting from the outside. This time, we follow four entrepreneurs battling from the inside. Each one let us in on their journey over three years on condition that we would not release any footage until 2011.
Click on title for the rest of the story . . .
Button: No Nukes
(1" Button) Our first button design. This was the button that really began this whole catalogue. It became an international symbol for
the anti-nuclear movement against both nuclear reactors
and weapons worldwide, 37 yrears ago - all by word-of-mouth and no mainstream media promotion, and no World Wide Web.
For the rest of the story, click on the title . . .
Bumpersticker: Give Earth a Chance
$2.00 $0.75 On Sale!
3.75" x 15" art of one hand hold one leaf on left, and more hands and leaves joining in the images to the right. The images works with or without the wording "Give Earth A Chance."
Ask for one Free copy of this sticker and we will send it with any order. Just write "Add one free S-GEAC sticker" in the "Ordering Instructions" or the "Comments" field at check out.
Button: Reduce Re-use Recycle (arrows graphic)
one inch diameter. Made from re-purposed 1" recycle logo stickers, originally designed to put on packaging that is being re-used, and on calendars and date books as reminders of recycling days.
Labels: Reduce Re-use Recycle
Sheet of 12 one inch round self-sticking aper labels. Designed to help increase awareness of and the practice of re-using corrugated cardboard boxes, envelopes, etc. Also use to mark recycling days in calendars and datebooks.
Button: Make Peace With Nature
(1.25" Button) This upside-down peace symbol in the form of a tree is a timeless classic.
Bumpersticker: We All Live Down Wind
Red circle & slash over incinerator or industrial factory emitting toxic waste.
DVD: The Greening of Southie
$30.00 $15.00 On Sale!
Directed by Ian Cheney 2009 72 minutes
In the traditionally Irish-American working-class neighborhood of South Boston, Mass. a new kind of building has taken shape. From wheatboard cabinetry to recycled steel, bamboo flooring to dual-flush toilets, the Macallen building is something different: a leader in the emerging field of environmentally friendly design. But Boston's steel-toed union workers aren't sure they like it. And when things on the building start to go wrong, the young developer has to keep the project from unravelling. Building Boston's first L.E.E.D. Gold-certified building turns out to be harder than anyone thought. Yet among the i-beams and brickwork emerges a small cadre of unlikely environmentalists who come to connect their work with the future of their children. .
Click on title for Awards and excerpts from eleven reviews of the film...
Poster: Greetings & Thanks to the Natural World (accordian-folded)
4.25" wide by 5.3" tall, folded (4.5" x 39" long, unfolded) 100% postconsumer recycled paper
In eleven hand-lettered and watercolor-illustrated panels, GREETINGS & THANKS honors the universal message of gratitude and thanksgiving. It is long and narrow when hung on your wall (it comes with hanging string), or small and handy for prayers and meditations when keep folded on a table. Inspired by the Thanksgiving Address of the Haudenosaunee, an oral tradition used at gatherings. Designed and drawn by Karen Kerney. A portion of the proceeds from sales of this poster go to the Onondaga Nation. (www.onondaganation.org)
Click on title to see the full text of the poster
DVD: FLOW - For Love Of Water
Directed by Irena Salina 2008 93 minutes
Water, the very essence of life, the the subject of this documentary. From both local and global perspectives, it examines the harsh realities behind the mounting water crisis. Learn how politics, pollution and human rights are intertwined in this vital issue that affects every being on Earth. With water being privatized by corporations like Coca Cola, Nestle and others, the film urges a call to action before more of our most precious natural resource is diverted, poisoned and disappears.
Every MARCH 22nd is WORLD WATER DAY! Show this DVD in March! Your organization is encouraged to co-sponsor or partner with this event. contact; WaterCampaign@WeTheWorld.org
Click on title for more information and reviews...
DVD: Crude Impact - It's worse than you think, but it's not too late
$25.00 $14.00 On Sale!
Directed by James Jandak Wood 96 minutes + 2 hours of extras
An award-winning documentary film which Chris Vernon of theoildrum.com called "a terrific film...the best documentary I've seen on the subject." This feature film explores the interconnection between human domination of the planet and the discovery, refining, global dependence on and use of crude oil.
"It is impossible to see this film and not begin to rethink the way we live."
Lynne Twist, Pachamama Alliance
Click on title for more information...
DVD: Food, Inc.
$30.00 $25.00 On Sale!
A film by Robert Kenner 2008 91 minutes
Nine years in the making, Food, Inc. lifts the veil on our nation's food industry, exposing how our nation's food supply is now controlled by a handful of corporations that often put profit ahead of consumer health, the
livelihood of the American farmer, the safety of workers and our own environment. Food, Inc. reveals surprising and often shocking truths about what we eat, how it's produced and who we have become as a nation.
Click on title for more information . . .
DVD: The Future of Food
$35.00 $29.00 On Sale!
A film by Deborah Koons Garcia Two Disc Special Edition (2005)
"One of 2005's must-see documentaries." - S.F. Cronicle
"A rarity! Learned and persuasive" - Village Voice
"Quietly inflammatory. Unsettling." - N.Y. Times
"a stunning revelation in almost every scene. Grade A." - Christian Science Monitor
"If you eat food, you need to see The Future of Food." -
There is a revolution happening in the farm fields and on the dinner tables of America. A revolution that is transforming the very nature of the food we eat.
Click on title for more about the film...
Poster: How To Build Community
12" x 36" Designed by Karen Kerney watercolor also available as postcard P-HTBC
Turn off your TV Leave your house Know your neighbors Look up when you are walking Greet people Sit on your stoop Plant flowers Use your library Play together Buy from local merchants Share what you have Help a lost dog Take children to the park Garden together Support neighborhood schools Fix it even if you didn't break it Have pot lucks Honor elders Pick up litter Read stories aloud Dance in the street Talk to the mail carrier Listen to the birds Put up a swing Help carry something heavy Barter for your goods Start a tradition Ask a question Hire young people for odd jobs Organize a block party Bake extra and share Ask for help when you need it Open your shades Sing together Share your skills Take back the night Turn up the music Turn down the music Listen before you react to anger Mediate a conflict Seek to understand Learn from new and uncomfortable angles Know that no one is silent though many are not heard Work to change this.
DVD: The Age of Stupid
$30.00 $25.00 On Sale!
Directed by Franny Armstrong 2010 92 minutes Drama/Documentary/Animation
'The Age of Stupid' is the long-awaited new documentary from the Director of 'McLibel' and the Producer of the Oscar-winning 'One Day in September'. This enormously ambitious drama-documentary-animation hybrid stars Oscar-nominated Pete Postlethwaite as an old man living in the devastated world of 2055, watching 'archival' footage from 2008 and asking: why didn't we stop climate change while we had the chance? All the 'archival' footage is actual documentary footage from the time the film was made (2006-08)
Climate change, oil, war, politics, consumerism and human stupidity are the subject and theme of the film.
Pete Postlethwaite, British actor (drama)
Fernand Pareau, 82-year old French mountain guide (documentary)
Click on title for more information . . .
Button: Protect Our Earth
$2.00 $1.00 On Sale!
Bumpersticker: No Fracking Way
3" x 11.5"
Button: No Fracking (circle/slash graphic)
Button: STOP Tar Sands Pipeline
1.5" square button. Also available as a 3.75" x 7.5" bumpersticker. Code: S-STSP
Poster: Cesar Chavez
MARCH 31st is CESAR CHAVEZ DAY (1927-1993)
18" x 24" Photo of Cesar Chavez taken in 1971 in Delano, CA by Bob Fitch at a United Farm Workers meeting. The photo was used to create the artist's rendering of Chavez on a 2002 commerative postage stamp. The federal government took out the U.F.W. Organizing Committee flag that appears in the background of the original photograph to de-politicize the image. The U.S. Postal Service has never honored union organizing on any of its hundreds of commemorative stamps over the past century.
The poster also has text along the left side in ivory ink on the red background: " 'I am convinced that the truest act of courage, the strongest act of manliness, is to sacrfice ourselves for others in a totally nonviolent struggle for justice...
Nonviolence is not inaction. It is not discussion. It is not for the timid or weak.
Nonviolence is hard work. It is the willingness to sacrifice. It is the patience to win.' Cesar Chavez "
The poster is union printed (2007) by Community Printers, Santa Cruz, CA
Bumpersticker: Stop Tar Sands Pipeline
$2.00 $1.50 On Sale!
3.75" x 7.5" Bumpersticker. Also available as a 1.5" square button; code: STSP
TIME Magazine (2/11/13) declared that Keystone had become the Stonewall and the Selma of the climate change resistance movement -- and on March 1st we got a reminder of just how tough those fights were, and how tough this one will be.
click on the title of this listing to read the rest of the story . . .
James Donnelly (Kate's father, 1917-1986) negotiating
with police as
vice-president of his
local United Rubber
Workers union, on strike in West Haven, CT in 1953.
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