Liberation Posters

by Liberation Support Movement Information Center
Richmond, Canada
Undated, 1973?
2 pages
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique
Coverage outside Africa: Canada, Portugal, Vietnam
Language: English
Leaflet advertising a new poster series produced by the Liberation Support Movement Information Center. A poster DAY OF ANGOLAN WOMEN expresses the solidarity of Angolan women with their sisters in Asia, Africa and the Americas in their fight against imperialism and exploitation. The image is an 18" x 24" sketch designed and printed by LSM for OMA (Organization of Angolan Women, MPLA) to commemorate Angolan Women's Day. A poster ANGOLAN CHILDREN'S DAY Dec. 1 commemorates the heroic sacrifice of MPLA Pioneer Augusto Ngangula, who was murdered by the Portuguese for refusing to lead them to an MPLA base and Pioneer School. The poster ANGOLAN LIBERATION FIGHTER has become increasingly popular. It depicts the determination of the Angolan people in their struggle for complete independence from Portuguese colonialism and imperialism. The poster HO CHI MINH honors the courageous Vietnamese people whose victory against the U.S. imperialists has been an inspiration to peasants and workers throughout the world.
Used by permission of former members of Liberation Support Movement.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers