New Zealand Public Service Association :Oppression breeds struggle. The children of the soil shall be freed ... Jose Maria Sison, Filipino political prisoner. P.S.A. Liberation Weekend Seminar 1982. Elsdon Youth Camp, Sept. 24th to 26th.

Date
1982
By
New Zealand Public Service Association
Ref
Eph-D-OCONNELL-Politics-1982-01
Description

Shows an image of a large eye, with a red inset "iris" showing a scene of cruelty, and a "teardrop" showing a man with a gun.

The full quotation from Jose Maria Sison is: "The children of the soil shall be freed / Of yoke and terror in their country./ They shall stand against any monster/ And win by wit and engulfing number".

Quantity: 1 colour art print(s). 2.60 Linear Metres.

Physical Description: Screenprint, 640 x 450 mm.

Provenance: Donated by Therese O'Connell in 1992.

Additional description

Alternative form available: File print and colour transparency in Ephemera Room.

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Part of
Various artists :[Posters on various political issues, including women's issues, health and education, the environment, abortion, peace, police, Ireland, Vietnam, racial issues. ca 1970-1990].
Format
1 colour art print(s), 2.60 Linear Metres, Conference papers and proceedings, Clippings, Personal correspondence, Pamphlets, Ephemera, Screen prints, Posters, Protest posters, Screenprint, 640 x 450 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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