Africa 1971 Liberation Calendar
Various cities: Liberation Support Movement, Circa 1970. Vintage 1971 calendar produced by the Liberation Support Movement (LSM), illustrated throughout with black-and-white photographic illustrations.
The LSM was founded in Vancouver in 1968, with branches in Oakland, Seattle, and New York before the group disbanded in 1982. The organization stood in solidarity with indigenous resistance movements in former colonial countries, with a focus on anti-imperialism in African countries. The calendar offered here, an early production, highlights important dates in the history of liberation activism throughout Africa, as well as the birthdays of important revolutionary thinkers, including Marx, Lenin, and Ho Chi Minh.
7 x 10 inches. Very Good plus in wrappers, with brief wear and toning, and a tiny splash on the front wrapper.
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