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Labor Movements Poster Set

Various Artists


The thirty-four posters in this Celebrate People's History poster set are representations of labor struggles over the past 100 years, from the Red Feds in New Zealand to the Battle of Blair Mountain to Woody Guthrie. You save $114 when buying these posters as a set:

1. DRUM by Bec Young

2. The Flint Sit-Down Strike by Dylan A.T. Miner

3. Red Feds by Jared Davidson

4. Grace Lee & Jimmie Boggs by Bec Young

5. Kalamazoo Corset Co. Strike by Shaun Slifer & Sara Beth

6. IWW Local 8 by Marc Nelson & Peter Cole

7. The Battle of Blair Mountain by Chris Stain

8. Aunt Molly Jackson by Pete Yahnke Railand

9. Primo Tapia de la Cruz by Christopher Cardinale

10. Chico Mendes by Colin Matthes

11. Inkworks Press Collective by Design Action Collective

12. ILWU and the Anti-Apartheid Struggle by Blanco & Peter Cole

13. The Luddites by Shaun Slifer

14. Wisconsin Workers’ Uprising by Sue Simensky Bietila

15. The Great Arizona Mine Strike by Beth Pulcinella

16. Atenco Aguanta by Melanie Cervantes

17. Annie Diggs by Emi Gennis

18. Woody Guthrie by Scout

19. Ray Jackson by The Ray Jackson Memorial Collective

20. Delores Huerta by B. Cortez & B. Riley

21. International Lady Garment Workers Union by Jenny Schmid

22. World Charter for Prostitutes Rights by Devika Sen

23. MST by Camila Rosa

24. Iraq Veterans Against the War: Call to Resist the G20 by Ryan Hayes & Jon Orlando

25. Mum Bett by Mac McGill and Steve Wishnia

26. Funsten 500 by John Jennings

27. Día Sin Latinx + Inmigrantes by Josiah Werning & Voces de la Frontera

28. Freedom House Ambulance Service by Juli Dziuban and Vic Speedwell

29. Judy Bari by Nicolas Lampert

30. Tobacco Workers Strike by Annabelle Heckler

31. Bonus Marchers by Art Hazelwood

32. Disney Animators Strike by Lindsay Draws

33. Solidarity Park by Sam Wallman

34. Republic Windows and Doors Occupation by Stephanie Weiner




The Great Arizona Mine Strike by Beth Pulcinella








Seattle’s International Working Women’s Day for Palestine and Beyond

Seattle’s International Working Women’s Day for Palestine and Beyond

March 12, 2024

“We stand in solidarity with our Palestinian siblings in Gaza and those among our community who are directly and indirectly affected by the current war and genocide by the Israeli settler-colonial regime. Passive observation of the horrors of bombings, genocide, and prolonged apartheid is not our way. We must rise and firmly proclaim that Palestinian Liberation is a Feminist Imperative.” – Feminists for Jina Seattle