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Postcard - This Flag Comes Down Today!

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Postcard - Freedom Riders

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Magnet - Same Struggle Different Difference

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Button - Same Struggle Different Difference

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Mix with any buttons/stickers for quantity discounts.
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Poster - Harriet Tubman

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Inspiration to freedom seekers everywhere.
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Poster - African American Women Freedom Riders

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Postcard Collection - We Shall Overcome

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Book - Howard Zinn - A Life on the Left

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Postcard - Burning Bus 1961 Freedom Riders

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T180CWD
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Postcard - African American Women Freedom Riders

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Postcard - John Lewis

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Magnet - John Lewis

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John Robert Lewis is an American politician and civil rights leader. He is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 5th congressional district, serving since 1987, and is the dean of the Georgia congressional delegation.
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T-Shirt - Stop Hatred

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New! Reads "Speak Up!" on the back.
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Magnet - Black Lives Matter

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Book - Civil Rights for Beginners

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Button - Nobody is Free ~Fannie Lou Hamer

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Poster - MLK On US War Budget

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Poster - Same Struggle Different Difference

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"There is power in knowing my struggle is your struggle and yours mine." – designer, Dan Wilkins
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Poster - 1961 Freedom Riders

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Featuring Congressman John Lewis
2-sided poster. Includes one side with 328 Mississippi mug shots and on reverse, contemporary portraits by Eric Etheridge.

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March On Washington
March On Washington ►
Original “We Shall Overcome” poster surrounded by photographs from the march, plus brief description of march, its organizer and importance.
March was August 28, 1963.
•Poster 18x25 P708CW..$15 •Laminated LP708CW..$18 •Postcard: T111CW..12/$9.95 •Button 1067 ...$5 (replica of original)

Since 2005 Syracuse Cultural Workers (SCW), a national publisher located in Central New York, has been honoring the struggle of African Americans for equality and dignity with the publication of a series of products under the banner “The Civil Rights Movement at 50.”

SCW has paid tribute to:
Rep. Shirley Chisholm (1924-2005); the Highlander Center (77th Anniversary-2009, New Market, TN); Greensboro (NC) Four lunch counter sit-in -1960; Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King symbolically paving the way for Barack Obama to become president (original artwork); Mildred and Richard Loving (1963); the 1961 Freedom Riders; Nina Simone- “Mississippi Goddam” (1965); 150th Anniversary of Emancipation Proclamation (1863); March On Washington For Jobs And Freedom and its organizer Bayard Rustin who was gay (1963).

SCW has published large, powerful posters on three of these events. The “1961 Freedom Riders” poster includes all 328 mugshots from the Jackson, MS Police Dept. on one side. On the second side are contemporary portraits by Eric Etheridge of nine Riders including Rep. John Lewis plus the Riders’ story. The “Rosa Sat, Martin Walked, Barack Ran” poster’s artwork is by Montreal artist Gene Pendon, the quote by PA resident Kiara Day. The third poster is the “March On Washington For Jobs And Freedom– 50th Anniversary.” Original “We Shall Overcome” poster by Louis LoMonaco surrounded by photographs from the march, plus brief description of march and its importance. People shown: MLK (site of his "I Have A Dream Speech”); march organizer Bayard Rustin; labor leader and march initiator A. Philip Randolph.

All SCW posters are printed by local union labor at Midstate Printing in Syracuse, NY on 100% postconsumer waste paper, processed chlorine and dioxin free.

The “Civil Rights Movement At 50” is part of SCW’s broader focus on people’s history. Howard Zinn popularized the idea of people’s history as a way of viewing history– and its relationship to the present– from the “bottom up” rather than the “top down”. – Dik Cool, Publisher & Founder