1960's Equal Rights Poster
Angels Davis - Power and Equality. A message still relevant today, 50 years on.
A poster depicting a black woman of the 60s equal rights era, resplendent in her "afro" and psychedelic jewellery, the style of the day. Beautiful and proud, she raises her eyes to a future that holds the promise of equality, self-respect and empowerment.
On October 13, 1970, Angela Davis was arrested in New York City by FBI agents. She soon became a global icon suggesting freedom, resilience, and the struggle for equality. Her image was used to illustrate many causes that sometimes had little to do with racial discrimination or the American Civil Rights movement.
Today Angela Davis is an activist, scholar and writer who advocates for the oppressed, she's authored several books, including Women, Culture & Politics.
- The "Angela Davis - Power and Equality" Poster is a reproduction and has been adapted from an original photograph.
- This poster is digitally printed on high quality paper with vivid colour and exceptional detail.
- We use Australia Post and your print will be delivered in a postage tube for extra protection.
- Our online images are electronically watermarked, the actual purchased prints are not.
- Available print sizes: A4 [210 × 297mm], A3 [297 × 420mm], A2 [420 × 594mm], A1 [594 × 841mm] and A0 [841 × 1189mm]
- Click here to for the Print Size Guide for details.
Activist Poster - Power and Equality
- Designer: Militant Posters
- Product Code: RP-110 -Power and Equality
- Availability: In Stock