Celebrate people's history : the poster book of resistance and revolution / edited by Josh MacPhee ; forewords by Charlene Carruthers and Rebecca Solnit.

Contributor(s): MacPhee, Josh [editor.] | Carruthers, Charlene A, 1985- [writer of foreword.] | Solnit, Rebecca [writer of foreword.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York City : The Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 2020Edition: Second editionDescription: pages cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781936932870Subject(s): Social problems -- Posters | Social action -- Posters | Posters -- 20th century | Posters -- 21st centuryLOC classification: NC1849.S54 | M33 2020Summary: "Spanning nearly three thousand years of history-from the ancient Secession of the Plebs to the 2017 protests of the Confederate Soldiers Monument in Durham; from Sojourner Truth to Naoto Matsumura-the posters in Celebrate People's History pay tribute to the long-standing human legacy of revolution, activism, and grassroots organizing. In this book, contemporary artists imagine often-overlooked events and figures in movements for racial justice, women's rights, queer liberation, labor organizing, and climate justice. The second edition features nearly one hundred new posters, an expanded introduction by Josh MacPhee, and forewords by Rebecca Solnit and Charlene Carruthers"-- Provided by publisher.
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"Spanning nearly three thousand years of history-from the ancient Secession of the Plebs to the 2017 protests of the Confederate Soldiers Monument in Durham; from Sojourner Truth to Naoto Matsumura-the posters in Celebrate People's History pay tribute to the long-standing human legacy of revolution, activism, and grassroots organizing. In this book, contemporary artists imagine often-overlooked events and figures in movements for racial justice, women's rights, queer liberation, labor organizing, and climate justice. The second edition features nearly one hundred new posters, an expanded introduction by Josh MacPhee, and forewords by Rebecca Solnit and Charlene Carruthers"-- Provided by publisher.

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