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2011 Certain Days Calendar hot off the press

October 1, 2010

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Here’s the 2011 calendar from the Certain Days Collective in Montreal!
This year’s calendar includes artwork and writing by Josh MacPhee, Alvaro Luna Hernandez, Marilyn Buck, Favianna Rodriquez, Daniel McGowan, Santiago Armengod, Akili Castlin, Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson, Herman Wallace, Jackie Sumell, Jaan Laaman, and Molly Fair. I am very honored that they used my print “Words Break Down Walls” for the front cover. Also included is the work of Ray Luc Levasseur, Antonio Guerrero Rodriguez, Sundiata Acoli, Leonard Peltier, Melanie Cervantes, Safiya Bukhari, David Gilbert and Dave Ron.
From the Certain Days website:
“The calendar is a joint fundraising and educational project between outside organizers in Montreal and Toronto, and three political prisoners being held in maximum-security prisons in New York State and California: David Gilbert, Robert Seth Hayes and Herman Bell. The initial project was suggested by Herman, and has been shaped throughout the process by all of our ideas, discussions, and analysis. All of the members of the outside collective are involved in day-to-day organizing work other than the calendar, on issues ranging from refugee and immigrant solidarity to community media to prisoner justice. We work from an anti-imperialist, anti-racist, anti-capitalist, feminist, queer and trans positive position.”
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3 comments on “2011 Certain Days Calendar hot off the press”

Hey, I’m super psyched about this calendar. Just wondering: what are the dimensions? Trying to figure out how to fit it into my radical poster design in my cubicle at work. 😉

These folks are great, they’ve been putting out a solid calendar for a decade now, which not only puts a focus on political prisoners, but is also consistently a great survey of contemporary political artists. Thanks Certain Days for all your hard work!
oh, and for Erin, the calendar is 8.5″x11″

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