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Globalization Posters

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"From the days of hand typeset letterpress printed broadsides against slavery to the Occupy movement protests and beyond, people have used ink and paper to speak out for peace and justice.
The poster continues to inspire and motivate masses of people as it has for centuries. We now have the luxury of viewing these images on a computer, tablet or mobile phone screen through internet access. But the poster that hangs on the wall or refrigerator continues to be an effective, efficient emblems of the cause it represents." – Posters for Peace & Justice

P-ROV.jpg Poster: Raise Our Voices
18" x 24" • art by Eric Drooker
Caption reads: "Raise our voices against the tanks! Join with us! Swell our ranks! Rid the world of evil tanks funded by evil banks!"

P-MMQ.GIF Poster: Never Doubt
$18.00 $15.00 On Sale!
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead Quote (Donnelly/Colt ©1995). 11"x17". 67 pound vellum stock.
P-HTBGC.jpg Poster: How to Build Global Community
12" x 36" • Designed by Karen Kerney • watercolor • also available as postcard (P-HTBGC)
12" x 36" • Designed by Karen Kerney • watercolor
Think of no one as "them" • Don't confuse your comfort with your safety • Talk to strangers • Imagine other cultures through their poetry and novels • Listen to music you don't understand • Dance to it • Act locally • Notice the workings of power & privileged in your culture • Question consumption • Know how your lettuce and coffee are grown: wake up and smell the exploitation • Look for fair trade and union labels • Help build economies from the bottom up • Acquire few needs • Learn a second (or third) language • Visit people, places, and cultures - not tourist attractions . . .
• For rest of the quote, click on the title (above)

P-BOC Poster: Buttons of the Cause (1960-2003)
$18.00 $12.00 On Sale!
24" x 36" • Offset lithographed • LAST 48 PRINTS now in stock from publisher; this will not be reprinted.
Poster created by a button collector and activist from his personal collection of hundreds of buttons from the 1960 to 2003. From Malcolm X to Generation X...from Black Power to nuclear power – this is the poster that took 43 years to create. Even if you don't agree with the protests, events and demonstrations featured on these buttons, no one can argue that this contemporary art work is sure to spark conversation. With over 370 original buttons and 260 historical footnotes, this colorful art print poster is everything but black and white. This poster is not sold in stores or other catalogues. An impressive and colorful graphic history of American progressive causes of the late 20th century. A fascinating addition to any classroom, dorm room or home.
• Click on title for more information about the poster...

P-Signs.jpg Poster: Signs
Beautiful 17" x 22" watercolor illustration by Amy Bartell on heavy stock (A.E. Originals) witha quotation from Dante: "The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who, in times a great moral crisis, maintain their neutrality."
• also avaiable as a T-shirt and postcard.

p-ppvm.gif Poster: People Power vs. Militarism
NYC street artist/activist Eric Drooker's dramatic scratchboard art, first seen in the streets of Seattle during the 1999 protests against the World Trade Organization, International Monetary Fund and World Bank. 11" x 17".
P-UDHR.jpg Poster: Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Full color • laminated • imported from England (published by New Internationalist) • approx. 22.5" x 31.5"
Wall chart with the text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. A 1997 survey fund that three-quarters of Americans had never heard of this document, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It isn't taught in schools. Yet it is perhaps the most important document of the 20th century agreed upon by 155 nations throughout the world. Help increase awareness of it and the issue of human rights at home and around the world. This declaration reaffirms a commitment by individuals, communities and governments to principles which help shape the world. Eleanor Roosevelt, a member of the commission that drafted the Declaration, said of it in 1948: "It is not a treaty...[in the future] it may well become the international magna carta..."
• Click on title for more of the back story behind this Declaration . . .

P-NQ.jpg Poster: "In Germany they first came for the Communists..."
$18.00 $12.00 On Sale!
18" x 24" white gloss 80 pound stock.
Quotation from Pastor Martin Nielmoller (1892-1984) He survived internment in a Nazi concentration camp.
Text on poster: "In Germany they first came for the Communists, and I did not speak out - because I was not a Communist.
Then they came for the Jews and I did not speak out - because I was not a Jew.
Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak out - because I was not a trade unionist.
Then they came for the Catholics and I did not speak up because I was a Protestant.
Then they came for me - and there was no one left to speak out for me." -Pastor Martin Niemoller

This quotation is widely used to voice the need for unity and supporting one another under authoritarian governments and is a popular model for describing the dangers of political apathy. Repression always begins with specific and targeted fear and hatred which soon escalates to encompass more and more targeted groups.

P-IYCW.jpg Poster: If You Can Walk...
"If You Can Walk You Can Dance / If You Can Talk You Can Sing" A saying from Zimbabwe (Burning Spear Publications). Printed on heavy (14 point) ivory poster stock, 11"x17"
p-7dss.jpg Poster: The Seven Deadly Social Sins
The Seven Deadly Social Sins: Politics without Principle; Wealth without Work; Commerce without Morality; Pleasure without Conscience; Education without Character; Science Without Humanity; Worship without Sacrifice. - Gandhi. 11"x17" on heavy paper. Published by Sojourners Magazine.
P-LATBF.jpg Poster: Let All Trade Be Fair!
$11.00 $9.00 On Sale!
11" x 17"Full Color • by Ricardo Morales Levins
Whether it's coffee, soccer balls, fruit, chocolate, children's toys or household goods, let all trade be fair to the people of the world.

p-cc.gif Poster: Corporate Cash - Few Nations Can Top It
Shows the top 70 entities in the world in terms of budget value; 41 are corporations. Of the top 100, 66 are corporations. Of the 547 with budgets/revenues over $90 billion, 90% are corporations! This chart graphically dramatizes the problem of corporate domination of the world. Includes contact information for several good groups. 11"x17".
P-CDN.jpg Poster: Columbus did not discover the new world, he invaded it.
$10.00 $5.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • 1992 • designed for the 500th anniversary of the 1492 arrival of Columbus, and the subsequent exploitation, enslavemnent and death (by European diseases such as smallpox) of the indigenous Taino people in the "new world." • offset pinted on a textured 70 pound Talc-colored cover stock.
P-CallToDefy.jpg Poster: A Call To Defy Corporate Domination
24" x 36" • Black text on white coated stock • Out-of-print 14 left.

P-EAN.jpeg Poster: Earth At Night
National Geographic Society • 2009 • 22 x 35"
This intriguing map reveals the lights of the Earth at night in stunning detail. The rare view is a composite digital image made over a year on cloud-free nights. It also shows where fires rage, natural gas burns off, and fishing takes place at night. The most economically-developed countries of the world are also the most illuminated ones. The countries of western Europe, North America and Japan are the most illuminated at night, as are the industrial cities of China and India that operate 'round the clock.
An excellent conversation-starter and way to raise global awareness. Great for any classroom.

P-COE_Graffiti.jpeg Poster: Co-Exist (Graffiti version)
$18.00 $13.00 On Sale!
24" x 36" • Photograph of graffiti featuring the word "Co-exist"

P-SH.jpeg Poster: Study History
$15.00 $12.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • design by Ricardo Levins Morales
from lyrics by Si Kahn and a quote by labor activist Peter Rachleff. This print drives home the importance of history in social change activism. A people or a movement without awareness of its own history are lost and destined to repeat the mistakes of the past.

PC-POC.jpg Poster: Pyramid of Capitalist System
Pyramid of Capitalist System, 1911 • 11" x 17" Matte Finish Cover Stock
Also available as a postcard: Item # PC-POC

P-SSDD.jpg Poster: Same Struggle Different Difference
16" x 18" Offset Lithographed [poster • 2014 • © Dan Wilkins/ SCW©2014
"There is power in knowing my struggle is your struggle and yours mine." –Dan Wilkins

P-IM.jpeg Poster: Independent Alternative Media
$15.00 $10.00 On Sale!
2008 • 11" x 17" print • designed by Ricardo Levins Morales.

Whether it's magazines, weekly papers, pirate low-power radio, cable TV channels, or internet broadcasting, alternative media tell our stories when the mainstream media does not. And alternative media is increasingly under attack.

PC-KC-b.jpg Poster: Keep Calm & Carry On. NO THANKS. I'd Rather Raise Hell & Change The World
11" x 17" poster • 67 pound cover stock • union printed • 2013 • also available as a postcard (PC-KC)

P-RTC.jpeg Poster: Reclaim The Commons
11 x 17" poster • art by Ricardo Levins Morales • union printed
In an age of corporate commercial privatization of nearly every institution once held in common for the use of all, we need to reclaim and retain as part of our commonwealth all such essentials as water, roads, parks, and more.

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