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Browsing items in: The Art of Protest (SJSU)

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    • Amerika is devouring its children.

    • Goya, Francisco, 1746-1828; Peace movements
    • Silk screen poster patterned after one of Goya's Black paintings of Kronos swallowing his children. The poster is red on white computer paper; it uses the figure of Kronos as America and it reads "Amerika is devouring its children."
    • Big Brother is watching you, so do something.

    • Agnew, Spiro T., 1918-1996
    • Silk screen caricature of Vice-president Spiro Agnew being portrayed as George Orwell's 'Big Brother' in his novel, 1984. Big Brother represents government meddling into people's lives and abuse of government power. The words "Big Brother is...
    • Come together for peace.

    • Peace movements
    • Image of a dove with its middle shaped like a peace sign appear on this silk screen print. The words "Come together for peace" appear within the croock of its tail.
    • Fight pollution not wars.

    • Peace movements
    • Silk screen print of a flying dove carrying a laurel branch in its beak. The dove is between the words "Fight pollution not wars." The initials "J.A.W." appear in bottom left corner.
    • Kent State May 4 1970.

    • Peace movements
    • A group of armed guards with upraised rifles and guns amidst a canopy and stick like trees. The words "KENT STATE MAY 4, 1970" are written on top of the poster. Underneath the soldiers, the words "what are you doing to defend the ideas we gave our...
    • National draft card turn-in.

    • Peace movements
    • Silk screen print shows the profile of a female's head with three long hair strands with her face inside a round peace sign. The words "national draft card turn-in" are written in black ink , and red ink has been used to color the female's face and...
    • Nixon Swastika.

    • Peace movements; Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994
    • The words 'Nixon, Nixon' are strategically placed together to form an 'X' with the 'X' in Nixon being shared in this silk screen print. Four solid bars of black are placed on top of the 'N' and under the last 'N' in the name, thus creating a...
    • Security is a silent majority.

    • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994; Peace movements
    • Silk screen print depicts President Nixon as Charles Schultz's Peanuts comic strip character, Linus, clutching an American flag instead of his security blanket. The words 'Security is a silent majority' appear as a thought bubble above him. In his...
    • Seize the time.

    • Peace movements; Seale, Bobby, 1936-
    • Silk screen portrait of Bobby Seale who was the co-founder of the Black Panther Party in Oakland, California. Caption of the poster is "Seize the Time" which is part of the title of his book; "Seize the Time: The Story of the Black Panther Party...
    • Stop him-mass action rally, 12:30, Cowell.

    • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994; Peace movements
    • Silk screen print shows the face of President Nixon situated atop two bones in an X shape. The image is a reproduction of the skull and crossbones sign for poison. The words "Stop him" are written on top and "Mass action rally, 12:30, Cowell" are...
    • Stop war.

    • Peace movements; Traffic signs and signals
    • Silk screen print of a traffic stop sign with the word "War" coming out of the bottom of the sign. The image of the word "War" is warped and simulates dripping blood.
    • Strike!

    • Peace movements
    • Black silk screen print of a clenched fist, a symbol of militant resistance during the Civil Rights Movement. The clenched fist was used by students as a symbol of fighting back. The word "Strike!" appears at the bottom of the fist in bold black...
    • Strike!

    • Peace movements
    • Silk screen print of a hand with index and middle finger in 'V' shaped peace sign. The word "Strike" is superimposed on the wrist toward the bottom of the poster.
    • They also die, who stand and watch.

    • Peace movements; Kent State University; Jackson State College
    • Silk screen print of a standing man and two females on the ground being threatened by an armed guardsman. The words "they also die, who stand and watch" are written on the poster as a recollection that innocent bystanders were also killed or...

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