Products | Syracuse Cultural Workers

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Posters

Poster - I, Too, Sing America

SKU:
P756CW
12 in.
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18 in.
$12.00
Langston Hughes was one of the most important writers and thinkers of the Harlem Renaissance, which was the African American artistic movement in the 1920s that celebrated black life and culture.

Poster - Stop Hatred

SKU:
P740CW
12 in.
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18 in.
$10.00

Poster - Label Jars Not People

SKU:
P108HP
18 in.
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24 in.
$10.00
One of Center On Human Policy's historic posters published 1986–95.

Poster - Freedom Now

SKU:
P731HP
31 in.
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23 in.
$10.00

The basic human right of Freedom is needed by every person at home, school and work.

Poster - Don't Think That We Don't Think

SKU:
P730HP
17 in.
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22 in.
$10.00

All people with disabilities have the right to live in their own communities and pursue their own lifestyles

Poster - Not Being Able To Speak

SKU:
P729HP
14 in.
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18 in.
$10.00

All people with disabilities are entitled to inclusive education, living, employment, and leisure opportunities

Poster - If You Thought the Wheel Was A Good Idea, You'll Love the Ramp

SKU:
P112HP
30 in.
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17 in.
$10.00

Lack of access limits freedom of movement for a significant segment of our population.

Poster - I Am Blind Yet I See, I Am Deaf Yet I Hear

SKU:
P113HP
16 in.
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22 in.
$10.00

Helen Keller knew discrimination firsthand and broke its hold on her.

Poster - You Gave Us Your Dimes

SKU:
P109HP
18 in.
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24 in.
$10.00

People with disabilities do not want charity. They simply want their rights.