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Vote for United Farm Workers
Maker: Carlos Almaraz; United Farm Workers (UFW)
Date Made: 1973
Place Made: North America: United States; California, Los Angeles
Measurements: 35.5 cm x 54.5 cm; 14 in x 21 7/16 in
Main Subject: United Farm Workers; Labor; Viet Nam War Era
Materials: dry mounted on foam board
for all these rights we've just begun to fight The Right To Our Own Union Justice & Dignity The Right To Better Wages Better Housing Working Conditions End To Poison Pesticides Job Security Support Boycott Vote For United Farm Workers UFW AFL CIO
Acquisition Number: 1994-066
Slogan comes from Ben Shahn's "Register Vote" CIO poster, cf 8069
Probably public domain.
The slogan, “For all these rights we’ve just begun to fight” comes from Ben Shahn's 1946 "Register Vote" poster made for the CIO. It also features flags with diverse demands, but in Shahn’s there is only one worker visible among the sea of flags, while the UFW consciously includes a Mexican American, African American, and white workers showing their mutual solidarity by holding the banners together.