Queer Liberation Poster Set


Queer Liberation Poster Set

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$ 15.00

Out of Print


Celebrate queer liberation with three posters about Audre Lorde, Sylvia Rivera, and The Lesbian Herstory Archives! All three are part of the Celebrate People’s History Poster Series, which includes 135 posters over its over 20-year history. Pay what you want for this set!

AUDRE LORDE, Arthur Katrina, 2013, 11in x 17in, offset print. Audre Lorde, born February 18, 1934 in New York City, died November 17, 1992 on St. Croix. Black lesbian, mother, warrior, poet.

THE LESBIAN HERSTORY ARCHIVES, Carrie Moyer, 2014, 11in x 17in, offset print. Inspired by the courage of lesbians who lived, struggled, and loved in more difficult times, the Archives is governed by a group of volunteer coordinators and sustained by the collective work of volunteers and the passions of women the world over. Today the Lesbian Herstory Archives is the largest and longest-lived lesbian archive anywhere. Keeping it real since 1974!

SYLVIA RAY RIVERA, John Gerken, 2001, 11in x 17in, offset print. Silvia Ray Rivera, a Puerto Rican and Venezuelan transwoman from New York City, was a civil rights activist involved with the Young Lords and Black Panthers, took part in the Stonewall Riot in 1969 and was a founding member of the Gay Liberation Front.