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Ballot boxes poster (single copy)
Ballot boxes poster (single copy)
This is a single copy of the poster Last Hours created as a poster packs about elections in general, but specifically about the UK general election in 2010.

Because ballot boxes cannot contain our desires, and government is not the limit of our imagination.

You can see more information at www.archive.lasthours.org.uk/articles/the-politics-of-life/
Price: £1.00
Ballot boxes poster (10 copies)
Ballot boxes poster (10 copies)
This is a poster pack of ballot box posters about elections in general, but specifically about the UK general election in 2010 to put up in your window, community spaces or just give to friends or colleagues.

Because ballot boxes cannot contain our desires, and government is not the limit of our imagination.

If you would like more than 10 copies to distribute, please just add more copies to your order.

You can see more information at www.archive.lasthours.org.uk/articles/the-politics-of-life/
Price: £1.00
Ballot boxes poster (10 copies - solidarity price)
Ballot boxes poster (10 copies – solidarity price)
This is a poster pack of ballot box posters about elections in general, but specifically about the UK general election in 2010 to put up in your window, community spaces or just give to friends or colleagues.

Because ballot boxes cannot contain our desires, and government is not the limit of our imagination.

If you would like more than 10 copies to distribute, please just add more copies to your order.

You can see more information at www.archive.lasthours.org.uk/articles/the-politics-of-life/
Price: £5.00
Madres de Plaza de Mayo: Celebrate People
Madres de Plaza de Mayo: Celebrate People
by John Isaacson

“Between 1976 and 1983 thousands of young people in Argentina were secretly kidnapped, tortured, and murdered by agents of the state. Their mothers and grandmothers would gather to bear witness to the absence of their children.”


Madres de Plaza de Mayo: Celebrate PeopleMore Details
Isaacson is the author and illustrator of DIY Silkscreening.

2 color offset printed poster
11″x17″

Price: £4.00
The Haitian Revolution: Celebrate People\
The Haitian Revolution: Celebrate People’s Histroy poster
Aaron Renier

Beginning in 1791 and lasting through 1804, the Haitian Revolution was the only slave revolt in the “New World” to turn into a full blown revolution, and lead the the formation of the first Black republic. One of the main leaders of the revolution was Toussaint L’Ouverture, a former slave, who is pictured in the poster.

The Haitian Revolution: Celebrate People\More Details
2-color offset printed poster
11″ x 17″

Price: £4.00
Assata Shakur is Free: Celebrate People\
Assata Shakur is Free: Celebrate People’s History poster
Molly Fair & Laura Whitehorn

Targeted by law enforcement as the “soul” of the militant Black Liberation Movement, accused (and acquitted) of participating in a slew of bank robberies, Assata Shakur was
imprisoned in New Jersey following her 1973 arrest. Assata’s co-defendant Sundiata Acoli, previously one of the NY Panther 21, remains in prison serving a sentence of life plus 30 years. A third comrade, Zayd Shakur, was killed by police during the 1973 arrest. In 1979, Assata escaped from prison.

In 1982, radicals from the Black Liberation and white anti-imperialist movements were
indicted for allegedly helping Assata escape. Sekou Odinga and Mutulu Shakur remain in prison today. In 1984, Assata surfaced in Cuba and received political asylum. She is a beacon of hope and power for the international movements for Black liberation
and to free all U.S.-held political prisoners.
Assata Shakur is Free: Celebrate People\More Details
2-color offset printed poster
11″ x 17″

Price: £4.00
Matzpen: Celebrate People\
Matzpen: Celebrate People’s History poster
A new Celebrate People’s History poster honoring Jewish involvement in anti-colonial struggles. The Israeli Socialist Organization, better known by the name of its publication, Matzpen (Compass), formed in 1962. It was the first organization in Israel founded on principles of anti-Zionism. Its membership joined Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs to resist Israel’s apartheid policies. Matzpen challenged Israeli manifest destiny for twenty-five years, and its legacy continues to animate anti-Zionist organizing within Israel and around the world. The poster was designed by climate and social justice organizer Joshua Kahn Russell and anti-imperialist author Dan Berger.
Matzpen: Celebrate People\More Details
2 color offset printed poster
11″x17″

Price: £4.00
The Durruti Column: Celebrate People\
The Durruti Column: Celebrate People’s History poster
Josh MacPhee
11″x17″

In July, 1936, soon after General Franco’s fascist troops revolted against the Spanish Republic, Buenaventura Durruti led a military column made up of 2,000 Anarchist workers to fight the fascists. Not a typical military unit, the column was organized by the soldiers themselves, with rank holding only minimal importance, and officers being elected by their units. In Zaragossa, the column defeated the much better equipped fascist troops. Near the end of 1936, Madrid was under bombing attacks by the Germans and Italians, and the now 4,000 soldier column moved there to join the fight. On November 20th, Durruti was killed. The column continued to fight until the end of the war.

The role the Durruti column played in supporting the social revolution happening across the Spanish countryside was as important as their military victories. They assisted in the establishment of agricultural collectives along their route and helped set up the directly democratic council of Aragon. Local political party bosses and rich landowners fled in a panic. They also upset the authoritarian Communist and Socialist parties, who believed the social revolution had to wait until after the war was won.
Price: £4.00