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Poster: Buttons of the Cause (1960-2003)
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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.
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Poster: Early Warning Signs of Fascism
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Early Warning Signs Of Fascism • 12" x 24" • 2016 • P-EWSF
Laurence W. Britt wrote about the common signs of fascism in April, 2003, after researching seven fascist regimes: Hitler's Nazi Germany; Mussolini's Italy; Franco's Spain; Salazar's Portugal; Papadopoulos' Greece; Pinochet's Chile; Suharto's Indonesia. Post this when then most people will be able to read it and realize that it applies to our own "Homeland" (the same word the used to describe their nation). Put this poster up in community centers, clubs, town halls, libraries, schools, workplaces, churches, synagogues mosques.
• Also available ads a postcard: P-EWSF For more info & to read the text click on the link below . . .

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.

12" x 18" • 100 Pound Posterboard Recycled Stock • In response to the 2016 election, a group of Portland (OR) women decided to support an era of activism, democracy and resistance. They call themselves Nasty Women Get Shit Done PDX. Also available as a Magnet ($5), Button ($3), Postcard (1.00) and corrugated plastic yard sign ($15)

Poster: Dare To Be Powerful
$30.00 $22.00 On Sale!
10" x 22" • hand screenprinted on 110# heavy black matte stock • 2012

Stunning, vibrant design! Graphic artist Ricardo Levins Morales created this print using the words of the late poet Audre Lorde: "When I dare to be powerful – to use my strength in the servce of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid." . . . words to grow, thrive, and live by!

Eye-catching bright solid colors on contrasting black heavy poster stock background.

Poster: King 1967 Speech
(Donnelly/Colt design ©1994). Recycled paper. 11"x17"
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Poster: Volcano
Hand silkscreen printed • 17" x22" • 2019 • by Ricard Levins Morales
The text in this colorful image reads: “Power comes from below / from the hidden places where it gathers / until, discovering itself, it blazes into view, lighting the sky and reshaping the landscape / sweeping away barriers it seems would stand forever!” This beautifulposter is screen printed onto black, heavy weight stock paper – each one slightly unique.

Poster: The Two Greatest Obstacles to democracy in the United States are, first the delusion among the poor that we have a democracy, and second, the chronic terror among the rich les we get it. – Fr. Edward Dowling, 1941

Poster: Together We Can Do It!
24" x 18" • Offset Lithographed Union Printed poster • 2016
This celebration of women's power and the strength of diversity, by Innosanto Nagara, is a descendant of the classic Rosie the Riveter poster. Also available as a postcard, P-TWC
© 2015 Design Action Collective / Innosanto Nagara
Item code: P-TWC

Poster: The world in which you were born is just one model of reality. Other Cultures Are Not Failed Attempts at Being You; they are unique manifestations of the human spirit
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Quote from Wade Davis • 12" x 24"
Poster: Woody Guthrie Quote
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11" x 17"" • 67 pound matte finish poster stock • Digitally printed • from the (now closed) Northland Poster Collective • woodcut design by Ricardo Levins Morales

Bastille Day (July 14th) 2012 marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of the legendary American folksinger/songwriter, troubadour, friend to the downtrodden – Woody Guthrie.
Now, also available as a Postcard: PC-WGQ

Poster: Until The Killing...
11" x 17" poster • 2014 • Ricardo Levins Morales
The stirring words of Ella Baker from 1964 and popularized in the song, "Ella's Song" by Sweet Honey In The Rock a generation later in 1988. The face of Trayvon Martin in the illustration poignantly brings the words to our present time. Here is a video of the group singing "Ella's Song":

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)

Poster: Teach First!
11" x 17" print • 2019 • by Ricardo Levins Morales
A stencil-styled red hand grips a pencil pointing upwards in its fist.   The background shows an eruption of people power. Originally made to show solidarity with striking teachers, this is a great poster for educators, writers or researchers. Put it on your wall to show you work for a purpose!

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

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. (
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Poster: Welcome
Accordion Poster • 4" x 35" • 2012
Each of the seven 4" x 5” WELCOME panels contains a beautiful letter filled-in with graphics from a previously published Syracuse Cultural Workers product, and a progressive saying which begins with the panel’s letter. This inspirational poster will welcome people to your home, office, place of worship, classroom or any other location you want to have awarm, inviting "Welcome message on display. It can also be used as a booklet/gift for welcoming rituals.
Folded, it comes with a strng through a hole at the top to hang it.

Poster: Set History Straight
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"Unfortunately, History Has Set the Record a Little Too Straight." Photographs of ten famous women and men in the arts who were gay or lesbian from throughout history. James Baldwin (writer), Willa Cather (writer), Errol Flynn (actor), Michelangelo (artist), Edna St. Vincent Millay (poet), Cole Porter (composer), Eleanor Roosevelt (social activist), Bessie Smith (singer), Walt Whitman (poet), Virginia Woolf (writer). Design by Laurie Casa Grande. (Gay and Lesbian Community Action Council ©1988) 26"x22". Also available as a postcard. (see Social Justice Postcards)
Poster: Every Great Dream Begins...
11" x 17" • 2010 • Art & design by Angela Mark • Red Sun Press Collective • 80 pound gloss recycled stock • full color vegetable-based inks. The text is a quotation: "Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the starts to change the world." – Harriet Tubman

11" x 17" print • 2019 •by Ricard Levins Morales
The sun in this poster beams down on a tall sunflower, illuminating environmentally sustainable industry. In grey on the edges, outdated fossil fuel projects billow smoke. Green Economy, Green Jobs, Green Future. In a sensible and sustainable system, all jobs will be green jobs.

Poster: Coexist (2x3 version)
2 x 3 ft. print • 2013
This is a new version of one of the most popular posters. This one is vertically-formatted, and the colors are vivid against a black background. You can trim the 2 foot width to accomodate a smaller space if you want to. It's a beautiful fresh take on the co-exist theme. This version also includes the nine-pointed star, symbol of the Ba'ha'i Faith (it isn't on other versions).

Poster: When I Give Food...
11" x 17" • Text reads: "When I Give Food To The Poor They Call Me A Saint. When I Ask Why The Poor Have No Food, They Call Me A Communist." Design by Ricardo Levins Morales. Quote by Dom Helder Camara, Brazilian liberation theologist. Northland Poster Collective.
Poster: Peace Cranes
"The Sin Must Not Be Repeated. Hiroshima-Nagasaki, 50 Years of Resistance To the Bomb" Design by Erica Weiss(Donnelly/Colt. 1994) 11"x17"
Poster: Independent Alternative Media
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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.

Poster: The ABC's of Organizing
$15.00 $12.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • by Ricardo Levins Morales

Poster: No Struggle No Progress - Frederick Douglass P-NSNP
18" x 24" • 100 pound poster stock • union printed • 2013
"...Power concedes nothing without a struggle. It never did and it never will. - August 3, 1857" Biographic notes on poster outline many facets of this remarkable man's life: abolitionist, women's rights advocate, orator, publisher, theoretician. Sponsor: Onondaga Historical Assoc.
Also available as a 4" x 6" postcard (PC-NSNP)

Poster: I Am No Longer Afraid
Photograph by Hella Hammid, words by Deena Metzger, poster design by Shiela Levrant de Bretteville. (Wingbow Press, 1989). 24" x 17". Offset lithography on 110 pound print stock. The poster has text in the upper left part of it, which reads: "I am no longer afraid of mirrors where I see the sign of the Amazon, the one who shoots arrows. There was a fine line across my chest where a knife entered, but now a branch winds about the scar and travels from arm to heart. Green leaves cover the branch, grapes hang there and a bird appears. What grows in me now is vital and does not cause me harm. I think the bird is singing. I have relinquished some of the scars. I have designed my chest with care given to an illuminated manuscript. I am no longer ashamed to make love. Love is a battle I can win. I have a body of a warrior who does not kill or wound. On the book of my body, I have permanently inscribed a tree." Copyright ©1988 by Deena Metzger
Poster: Kids Learn
"Kids Learn What The Live / Don't Buy War Toys" Drawing by Jo Billings. (Stop War Toys Campaign/War Resisters League, ©1988). 11"x17".
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.

Poster: Practice Random Kindness and Senselss Acts of Beauty --Anne Herbert
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Poster: Cry rage, freedom's child
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1979 • 18" x 24" ONLY TWO LEFT - OIUT OF PRINT
Cry rage Freedom's child -
You have been denied too long
Fill your lungs and cry rage
Step foward and take your rightful place
You're not going to grow up
Knocking at the back door
For you there will be no travelling
Third class enforced by law
With segregated schooling and sitting on the floor
The rivers of our land, mountian tops
And the shore
It's yours, you will not be denied anymore

Poster: The Golden Rule
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Black type and maroon images on Recycled natural 80-pound stock • 11" x 17 • Best-selling poster, fewer than 8 left.
Text reads – Hinduism: Everything you should do you will find in this: Do nothing to others / That would hurt you if it were done to you. (Mahabharata 5:1517
Buddhism: Do not offend others / As you would not want to be offened. (Udanavarga 5:18)
Taoism: The successes of your neighbor and their losses / Will be to you as if they were your own. (T'ai-Shand Kan-Ying Pien)
Confucianism: Is there any rule that one should follow all of one's life? / Yes! The rule of the gentle goodness: / That which we do not wish to be done to us, we do not do to others. (Analectas 15:23)
Judaism: That which you do not wish for yourself / You shall not wish for your neighbor. / This is the whole law: the rest is only commentary. (Talmud Shabbat 31^)
Christianity: In everything, do to others what / You would have them do to you. / For this sums up the law and the prophets. (Matthew 7:12)
Islam: None of you shall be true believers / Unless you wish for your brother / The same that you wish for yourself. (Sunnatt)
Earth Wisdom: Do one of the above; / And live in such a way that you will enrich, and not diminish, / Our relatives in the Earth family / Of animals and plants, soil, air, and water.

Poster: Pledge To The Earth
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Rare print: "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)

Poster: Every Girl Every Boy
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18" x 24" poster on 100 pound poster stock • 100% recyced post-consumer paper, printed with soy inks • Text: J.T Bunnell and Irit Reinheimer, based on a poem by Nancy R. Smith • Image: Laura Newburn

Expand the conversation around gender!

also available as a postcard: PC-EGEB

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".
Poster: Audre Lorde
Stunning, colorized photograph of poet Audre Lorde, printed on heavy poster stock (23 x 23") with the quote: "When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid." - Audre Lorde (1934-1992)
In her own words, she was a "Black, lesbian, mother, warrior poet" as well as an acivist, teacher, cancer survivor, author of 17 books of prose and poetry. Audre Lorde is still giving strength, guidance, and inspiration over 2 decades since her passing. (Syracuse Cultural Workers, 1994) 23"x23".

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

Poster: Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
art by Janna Schneider • poster weight stock • 11" x 17
It's true. We can't remember the names of most of the petty tyrants while we honor those who resisted and rebelled. Words from Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, leader of the Industrial Workers of the World.
• Click on image to enlarge.

Poster: Price of Silence
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11" x 17" • Hand silkscreen printed on ivory textured matte finish poster stock. Designed and union-printed by Ricardo Levins Morales.
This beautiful hand lettered text was inspired by the famous quotation from the journal of Pastor Martin Niemoeller, who was imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp in World War II. This present-day revision of the text updates the meaning while honoring the spirit of the original words. See our other poster, item # P-NQ, for Niemoller's original quotation which inspired this updated version.

Poster: Martin Luther King
17" x 22" 2 color poster • Photograph by Bob Fitch • Published by Resource Center for Nonviolence, Santa Cruz, CA
Poster: Hope Has Two Beautiful Daughters; their names are anger and courage.
11" x 17" • art by Janna Schneider • Pink, blue and white on black
"Hope has two beautiful daughters; their names are Anger and Courage.
Anger at the way things are, and Courage to see that they do not remain as they are." – St. Augustine (354-430 A.D.)

Poster: We Will Not Be Silent!/Sophie Scholl
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11" x 17" poster • 2008 • Ivory cover stock
The text is from the first of six leaflets written and clandestinely mimeographed inside Nazi Germany in 1942-43 by University of Munich students who called their secret group The White Rose. Photograph of Sophie Scholl probably taken by a friend, circa 1940-42.
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Poster: Never Doubt
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"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.
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!"

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.

Poster: Harvey Milk
Photograph of San Francisco (and the world's) first openly-gay elected official, Supervisor Harvey Milk (1930-1978), also known as "The Mayor of Castro Street," as he was a prominent gay rights activist. He was assassinated at age 48, at the same time George Moscone, the mayor of San Francisco was also assassinated, November 27th 1978.

11"x17" on white card stock.

Poster: We Can Do It! (Rosie the Riveter)
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"We Can Do It!" Reprint of a World War 2 era poster • 20"x28"
Famous image of iconic woman factory worker known as "Rosie the Riveter". This is a widespread and popular misconception. The actual "Rosie the Riveter" was a painting by Norman Rockwell for the cover of the Saturday Evening Post magazine during WW 2. This painting, actually called "Westinghouse Wendy" was by J. Howard Miller, an artist employed by the Westinghouse Corporation. But myths persist and it will probably always be referred to as "Rosie The Riveter" Geraldine Doyle (1924-2010), at age 17, posed for the painting in 1942. The image was made into a widely-distributed poster by the War Production Co-ordinating Committee during the Secind World War. Before theirt was television, there were posters, everywhere. She was a symbol of pride, accomplishment and perseverance then and continues to be today.

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.

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)

Poster: Live Green
$8.00 $5.00 On Sale!
Click the poster to see a larger version of it.
• 11" x 17"

Poster: Bread & Roses
11" x 17" digital print • Design by Ricardo Levins Morales
The strike was won March 14, 1912
Rose Schneiderman, pioneering labor organizer and feminist, coined the title phrase. It was later associated with the important and successful Lawrence, Mass. textile strike of 1912, and made widely popular through the James Oppenheim song.

Poster: Children's Innocence
Painting by Margery Cohen. Gandhi quote on children, "If we are to reach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with children.." (Donnelly/Colt, 1998). 11" x 17"
Poster: Dorothy Day
"Our problems stem from our acceptance of this filthy rotten system." Dorothy Day photo and quote from Win Magazine in the 1960's (c 1973 by Bob Fitch. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission). 11"x17", soy ink on recycled stock.
Poster: Make Art Not War
Designed by Shepard Fairie • 2007 • 18" x 24" • post-consumer recycled satin finish stock. Also available as a postcard (see Peace Postcards; Social Justice Postcards)
Poster: Sophie Scholl The True Story of The Woman Who Defied Hitler
$10.00 $8.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • High Gloss poster stock
Photograph of German college student anti-Nazi activist and member of the White Rose, a secret student group at the University of Munich in Germany during the Nazi regime. The group mimeographed a series of six leaflets against the Nazis, which the Third Reich considered an act of treason against the German state. The students were arrested, interrogated, and within five days brought before a "kangaroo court" ("The People's Court"), charged, prosecuted, sentenced and taken from the courtroom directly to the guillotine to be beheaded. The Nazi's needed to make an example of the White Rioe students. The German government feared that there may have been other Germans clandestinely opposed to the Nazi dictatorship. Under a fascist dictatorship, people are executed by the state for merely leafletting. Sophie Scholl (1923-1944) and the White Rise students' courage in the face of such a regime stands out still today as an example to be honored, remembered and emulated if and when totalitarianism takes over another country.
• go to this link for a brief but powerful introduction to Sophie Scholl:M

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"
Poster: Change The World
18" x 24" • 80 pound print stock • photograph of Dorothy Day by Bob Fitch published by the Resource Center for Nonviolence, Santa Cruz, CA
Dorothy Day, the radical Catholic Worker activist at a United Farm Workers protest in Lamont, CA in July, 1973. Print run: 1,000 copies.

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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 • Green living defined letter by letter with 26 illustrations.
• Click on the title to see an enlarged version of the poster that's legible.

Poster: Solar Energy - the fire in the sky
24" x 34" • 100% post-consumer recycled 100 pound poster stock • designed by Alan Kettler © 1985 / SCW © 2010
Renewable energy is generated from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rivers, oceans and geothermal heat, which are naturally replenished. Unlike fossil fuels (coal and petroleum products), renewable sources of energy (solar, wind, water and geothermal) are clean and do not pollute the air, water or land.

Poster: Wind Power - the benevolent breeze
Renewable energy is generated from natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rivers, oceans and geothermal heat, which are naturally replenished. Unlike fossil fuels (coal and petroleum products), renewable sources of energy (solar, wind, water and geothermal) are clean and do not pollute the air, water or land.

Artist: Alan Kettler

Poster: Hate Free Zone
Art by Amy Bartell • 2010 • 8" x 10" • 80 pound matte finish photo stock.
Poster: A Call To Defy Corporate Domination
24" x 36" • Black text on white coated stock • Out-of-print 14 left.

Poster: Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History
12" x 12" • 2010
Women shown include: Arundhati Roy; Rosa Parks; Sally Ride; Joan Baez; Billie Jean King; Zora Neale Hurston; Margaret Sanger; Alice Paul; Rigoberta Menchu Tum; Margaret Mead; Gertrude Stein; Susan B. Anthony; Maya Lin; Helen Keller; Ruby Dee; Amy Goodman; Dorothea Lange; Georgia O'Keeffe; Marian Anderson; Julia Butterfly Hill; Eleanor Roosevelt; Emma Goldman; Winona LaDuke; and Jeanette Rankin.

Poster: Columbus did not discover the new world, he invaded it.
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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.
Poster: Sing & Shout...Pete Seeger (1919-2014)
18" x 24" offset lithographed print • 2014 • photograph of Pete Seeger by Bob Fitch • published by Resource Center for Nonviolence 6/14 • union printed
This photograph of Pete Seeger was taken when he was fifty in 1969, three years past the halfway point of his 94 year life, which spanned most of the 20th century and influenced folk music as well as the peace, social and environmental justice movements of the last half century. Thank you, Pete, for your service to both your country and the world, as a global citizen.

Poster: Healthy Workplaces Work!
11" x 17" • Ricardo Levins Morales

Text reads: Workers' Rights
ClEan Air
Union Power
ColleCtive Action
HealThy Workers

Healthy Workplaces W O R K !

Poster: Towards a Just Peace: Feed, Teach, House, Employ
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11" x 17" • 2010/1985 • 80 pound cover stock
One of our best-selling posters. From apartheid-era South Africa, it was created for the anti-apartheid End Conscription Campaign. Also available as a T-Shirt

Poster: If you give me a fish...
11' x 17" • Northland Poster Collective • 1996
The text reads: "If you give me a fish you have fed me for a day. If you teach me to fish then you have fed me until the river is contaminated by the shoreline seized for development. But if you teach me to organize, then whatever the challenge, I can join together with my peers and we will fashion our own solution." Design by Ricardo Morale-Levins

Poster: "In a Time of Universal Deceit..." - Orwell
$18.00 $15.00 On Sale!
2011 • 17" x 22" • 80 pound stock
"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutrionary act." - George Orwell

Poster: It Takes A Village
"It Takes A Whole Village To Raise A Child" Woodcut by Margery Cohen. (Donnelly/Colt ©1994). 17"x11".
Poster: "Let us not become the evil that we deplore." --Barbara Lee, House of Representatives 9/14/01
Poster: Places the U.S. Hs Bombed Since World War II
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11" x 15" • ODigital print • designed by Josh McFee of Just Seeds • 2009
Our nation outspends every other nation on earth, combined, in on war and preparation for war. It's a war and militaism dependent economy. No wonder we have had war on a nearlty continuous basis since W.W. II. This poster shows the countries we've waged war against. Simple yet powerful graphics tell the grim story of our national addictioin to war.

Poster: It'll Be A Great Day...
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"It'll Be A Great Day When Our Day Care Centers Have All The Money They Need And The Navy Has To Hold A Bake Sale To Buy Battleships." (War Resistors League, ©1979) 17"x22".
Poster: We Are The Mainstream
$15.00 $13.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • digital print • by Ricardo Levins Morales

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.

Poster: Labor Movement
11" x 17" • design by Ricardo Levins Morales
Social progress for humanity did not happen by itself and it will not defend itself. Organized workers struggled long and hard for every workplace gain that's been achieved. Only organized people can do that.

Poster: Molly Ivins
$15.00 $11.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • designed by Ricardo Levins Morales
The words of the late progressve writer Molly Ivins (1944-2007) to inspire us in our lives.

Poster: Thank You Sister Rosa Parks
$12.00 $9.00 On Sale!
"You Are The Spark That Started Our Freedom Movement. Thank You Sister Rosa Parks." Text is from the song "Thank You Sister Rosa" by the Neville Brothers (1988) • Donnelly/Colt, 1990 • 11" x 17", union printed on recycled paper. Photograph of Rosa Parks taken in 1956.
Rosa Parks initiated the Montgomery Bus Boycott when she refused to move tio the back of a city bus on December 1, 1955. The boycott lasted more than one year, , ultimately changing the discriminatory law that required black bus riders to move to the back of the bus if a white rider wanted their seat.

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.
Poster: Eugene V. Debs Quote
$15.00 $13.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • 2012 • scratchboard art by Ricardo Levins Morales

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

Poster: Is Your Wash Room Breeding Bolsheviks?
"Is Your Wash Room Breeding Bolsheviks?" Reproduction of an original Scott Paper Company ad from the 20's, an example of ad industry early use of xenophobia to sell paper products. (Red Scare Products ©1982). 11"x17".
Poster: Mohandas K. Gandhi photograph
11" x 16"
Creator of revolutionary nonviolent action for social change.

Poster: General Strike May 1
18 x 24" • 80 pound matte finish stock • 2012 – design by Molly Crabapple & John Leavitt

Poster: Barack Obama (quote from his speech on racism)
22"x18" black on coated 100 lb.heavyweight matte finish stock. Not sold in stores or other catalogues or websites.


"I will never forget that the only reason that I'm standing here today is because somebody, somewhere stood up for me when it was risky. Stood up when it was hard. Stood up when it wasn't popular. And because that somebody stood up, a few more stood up. And then a few thousand stood up. And then a few million stood up. And standing up, with courage and clear purpose, they somehow managed to change the world."
- Barack Obama

Poster: Environmental Justice
11" x 17" • design by Ricardo Levins Morales • 2006

Poster: All My Heroes Have FBI Files
11" x 17" • 67 pound cover stock • 2013 • also available as a postcard (PC-AMH)
How many can you name? These people are/were dangerous? Tupac Shakur, Bob Dylan, Lucy, Jimi Hendrix, Albert Einstein, John Lennon, Malcolm X, Janis Joplin, Lenny Bruce, Cesar Chavez,William Faulkner, Marilyn Monroe, Pablo Picasso, Who?, Jane Fonda, Abbie Hoffman, (Who?), Martin Luther King, Andy Warhol, (and who?)

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

Poster: WELCOME - 9" x 60" Horizontal version
9" x 60" accordion-folded; seven 9" x 8.75" horizontal panels, spelling "Welcome" • 2013
The large horizontal can be hung in classrooms, offices, and it “accordions” across a shelf, on a mantle or at the back of a display. Each of the seven panels in our accordion posters contains a beautiful, single letter from the word "welcome" which is filled with graphics of previously published images.

11" x 17" print on 67 pound vellum cover stock • 2013
Originally abvaialble oly as a postcard (PC-HA) this now now available as a small poster print.

Poster: Nelson Mandela - The Struggle Is My Life
$12.00 $7.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • 2013
Also available as a postcard PC-NM

Poster: Ray Bradbury Quote
2009 • 18" x 24" • 80 pound heavyweight sem-igloss stock printed in full color
Quotation from fiction and fantasy writer and author of "Fahrenheit 451", Ray Bradbury (1920-2012): "You don't have to burn books to destroy a culture. Just get people to stop reading them." A timeless observation about how a culture like our own can devolve into apathy, A.D.H.D., uncritical consumers and illiteracy as we become more distracted by electronic media. He willalways be remembered through his visionary literary legacy.

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.

Poster: If You Want Peace Work for Justice
$15.00 $13.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" poster • hand-lettered watercolour graphic

P-JLSF-IMAG • 24" x 36" • 2013 • photograph of inlay at Strawberry Fields, the memorial to John Lennon (1940-1980) in Central Park, N.Y.C.

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 . . .

Poster: Imagination
"Imagination is more important than knowledge." Albert Einstein. Design by Margery Cohen, 1996. (Donnelly/Colt, ©1996) 11"x17".
Poster: No Justice No Peace
12" x 18" print on 100# cover stock, 100% recycled • art by Eric Drooker
"No Justice, No Peace" has long been a rallying cry, but in 2015 it has echoed across the country in the aftermath of the police killings of Eric Garner (Staten Island, N.Y.), Michael Brown (Ferguson, MO) and 68 other unarmed black men. Eric Drooker's powerful image originally was on the cover of The New Yorker (September 1, 2014).

Poster: The Cycle of Cooperation
11 x 17" poster • art by Ricardo Levins Morales • union printed

Poster: Our Calling
11 x 17" poster • art by Ricardo Levins Morales • union printed
Text around border reads:
"Our calling is not to cross boundaries, defy restrictions or escape compartments. It is to embrace a universe that does not admit their existence."

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.

Poster: My Hands Are All I Own...
11 x 17" poster • art by Ricardo Levins Morales • union printed
Text reads: "My hands are all I own, they are my love and my sustenance." – Victor Jara
"Mis manos son lo ϊnico que tengo, son mi amor y mi sustento."
Headwaters Foundation for Justice
This is a quote from the popular Chilean singer-songwriter, Victor Jara, who was arrested, imprisoned among thousands of other leftists in the national stadium where he was tortured and had all his fingers broken. The military guards then said "Play your guitar now!" and Victor did with broken fingers. The guards shot and killed him in front of the thousands of others they had rebounded up to torture and murdered. This owas one of the moist brutal coups ever backed by the U.S. government. The Chilean military bombed the Presidential palace on September 11, 1973 in a CIA-backed Coup D-Etat that overthrew the democractically-elected Socialist President. Salvador Allende. Henry Kissinger and the Nixon administration in the U.S. supported this coup, and for the next 19 years Chile was ruled by the fascist government of military General Augusto Pinochet. The ttory behind Victor Jara makes his words about his hands so much more powerful.
For n outstanding a docudrama about the September 11th Chilean Coup, see the Academy Award-Winning 1983 film "Missing" by Costa-Gavras. We carry the DVD.

Poster: Reproductive Freedom For All Women
11" x 17" • 110 pound cover stock • design by Erika Weihs
Also available as a button, code: RFAW

Poster: Aldous Huxley Quote
11" x 17" • 67 pound white vellum stock • Quotation from Aldous Huxley, writer and philosopher (1894-1963)
Text reads: "Freedom is supremely valuable for without Freedom human beings cannot be fully human. It is our duty therefore to do whatever we can to resist the forces that menace Freedom."

Poster: Transition to... Green
$6.00 $4.00 On Sale!
Click the poster to see a larger version of it.
• 8" x 17"

Poster: "War Is Not Healthy for Children & Other Living Things"
22" x 26" Original design by Lorraine Schneider for Another Mother for Peace © 1966. This classic image was reproduced with permission by the Center for the Study of Political Graphics in 2003, and only a few rprints are still available. It was out-of-print for decades. Offset lithographed on gloss finish enamel 65 pound stock. As of 2019, it is no longer in print. We have one print left.
Poster: "A Nation that continues year after year to spend more money on war than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death" – Martin Luther King, Jr.
12" x 18" poster • 2016 • Martin Luther King quite on the U.S. war budget.

Poster: Martin Luther King Jr. Quote: "The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral..."
$18.00 $15.00 On Sale!
18" x 24" • Click on title for the rest of the quotation text of the poster...
Poster: Century of Struggle
24" x 36" • art designed & created by Ricardo Levins Morales & Janna Schneider
This stunning large full color lithographed print illustrates many of the activists through the 20th century who helped build a better world. Inspiring.

Poster: Sophie Scholl
11" x17" print on 67 pound cover stock
"We will not be silent
We are your bad conscience
The White Rose will not leave you in peace!"

Sophie Scholl, 9 May 1921 - 22 February 1943

Sophie Magdelena Scholl, German student & Co-founder of the White Rose group in Munich 1942. With her brother Hans and others wrote, mimeographed & distributed thousands of copies of a series of six fliers in 1942-43. Arrested 18 Feb 1943 they were tried, sentenced & beheaded five days later. Their courage in the face of facism as the only resistance group inside Nazi Germany will never be forgotten.

Mini Hanging Accordion-Style Mini-Poster: "Greetings & Thanks…"
2" wide by 3" tall, folded MINI-version of the original larger version • 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. (
• Click on title to see the full text of the poster

Poster: Nevertheless She Persisted
11" x 17" print • art by Amey Bartell, AE Originals • 2017

Poster: Love Wins
Print on poster stock • art by Amy Bartell • 2017

Poster: Stand Together
11" x 17" print • poster stock • art by Amy Bartell • 2017

Poster: RESIST
11" x 17 poater • Artist Dawn Cook painted this sign for the 2018 Women's March in Hartford, CT, one of scores of marches in cities and towns throughout the United States on January 20th • photograph by Roxanne Pandolfi.


P-Character Growth Wall Chart
4.5" x 39" long • 2009 • Matte finish cardstock, fan-folded to 4.5" x 9.75"
Here's a low-cost gift that will be treasured for years. Kids love to check to see how tall they have grown. Parents need more opportunities to talk about virtues and character with their children. We've put these two together to create a growth chart that includes seventy child-appropriate positive attributes – one every half-inch from 36 to 70 inches.
• Click on title of this item for the rest of this description.

Poster: Pete Seeger
2013 • 11" x 17" print signed by the artist, Robert Shetterly
This painting is part of Robert Shetterly's growing series of Americans Who Tell the Truth. Shetterly, a Maine portrait artist has created dozens of paintings of women and men throhghout U.S. history, who have challenged the status quo in many fields. This is the first of his portraits that we are offering.
The text reads: "Song, song, kept them going and going. They didn't realize the millions of seeds they were sowing. They were singing in marches, even singing in jail. Songs gave them the courage to believe they would not fail."

Poster: Pete Seeger - ‘Presente!
12" x 18" offset lithographed photographic print • 2014 • union printed 110 pound recycled poster stock using soy-based inks. Celebrate the life and legacy of Pete Seeger (1917-2014)

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".
Poster: Gone With The Wind: Reagan & Thatcher in 1981 Nuclear Armageddeon Satire Movie Poster
24" x 36" • Matte Finish 100 pound cover stock • 1981
The beginning of the downward spiral from progress to the increasing wealth of the 1%. This poster is a classic from the resistance movement during the Reagan/Thatcher era. Last remaining copies of the original U.S. imprint run of this satiric take-off of the "Gone With The Wind" movie poster. Lots of humorous details. When these are sold out, they're gone ...with the wind. And still at its original 1981 price of $4 ! (shipping at today's prices is at least another $5; we will charge the exact cost of shipping the poster rolled in a sturdy tube)

Poster: End War Rebuild America
$4.00 $1.00 On Sale!
11" x 17" • 2010 • 80 pound cover stock

Poster: The World Entire
"Whoever destroys a single life destroys the entire world. Whoever saves a single life saves the world entire." Design by Amy E. Bartell (A.E. Originals ©1996). 100 pound card stock. 12"x23".
Poster: We are the medicine. Our cousins know
Original mixed media illustrations by Ricardo Levins Morales – with messages for the difficult times of COVID-19.
11" x 17"
1. Little fox in green and brown burrow: “Stay Aware”
2. Loon with chicks riding on its back, in a canal with reeds on the bank: “Support those most vulnerable”
3. Two beavers inside a dam: “Limit Exposure”
4. A monarch butterfly on rocks by water, with foliage behind, dipping legs into the water: “Wash Frequently”
5. A turtle with a pile of greens in front to slowly eat: “Spread Calm”
6. Two bear cubs peering at each other from opposite sides of a tree trunk: “Check in on each other”
7. Two elephants standing next to a third who is laid on the ground, ready to help up if needed: “Offer healing support”
8. A cheetah asleep up a tree, draped over the limbs “Rest”
9. A yellow lab dog with paws over face: “Accept your feelings”
10. A bee flying over purple thistle flowers “Organize for a better future”

Accordian Poster:The Low Road by Marge Pierce
Accordian poster • 5"x35" • folded down to fit a 4.75" x 6.25" envelope• union-printed An ode to the necessity of struggle, to the imperative of movement building,to the never-ending pursuit of justice & liberation. The Low Road is a poem of hope and solidarity. Written in 1980, only five years after the Viet Nam war ended, is a journey of political redemption. It takes us from the very real threat of repression and assassination to the strength and power of collective action. "I always appreciate Marge Piercy's unique mixture of common sense with uncommon joyful insight. he's political and sensual, astute and wild, truthful and always a step beyond.' – Joy Harjo

Poster: In the End All We Have to Offer is Ourselves
Digital print 11" x 17" poster • designed by Ricardo Levins Morales • 2021 • $12

Poster: Peace Tree
$12.00 $10.00 On Sale!
$10 • 11" x 11" print on 67-pound white stock • 1978 art by Erika Weiss for the War Resisters League. previously produced on T-Shirts by Donnelly/Colt (1987-2010) • P-Peacetree.

Poster:License Plates of the 50 States
2021 • 11" x 17" print on 67-pound white stock • photograph of artwork made from actual U.S. state license plates, cut to the shape of each state. The original art piece is approx. 5 feet across, mounted on wood, and is hand-assembled in Connecticut, 2019. • $15

Poster: Ignorance = Fear, Silence = Death, Fight AIDS, Act Up
Original 1989 offset lithograph print by Keith Haring (1958-1990) • 24" x 43" • first edition lithograph print • perfect condition, never displayed, vibrant fluorescent colors, the print has been stored flat on our inventory shelf for the 29 years since publication • Extremely rare, since most were put up in 1989 by ACT UP activists in New York City. Shipped insured, UPS or Priority Mail.

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