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In Solidarity with the World's Poor

ID Number: 15107
Maker: Trócaire
Technique: offset
Date Made: circa 1980s-1990s
Place Made: West Europe: Ireland, Dublin
Measurements: 60.3 cm x 43 cm; 23 3/4 in x 16 15/16 in
Main Subject: Poverty
Materials: paper (fiber product); dry-mounted
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
Solidarity Is Another Name For The Kind Of Love That Moves Feet, Hands, Hearts, Material Goods, Assistance, And Sacrifice Towards The Pain, Danger, Misfortune, Disaster, Repression, Or Death Of Other Persons Or A Whole People. The Aim Is To Share With Them And Help Them Rise Up, Become Free, Claim Justice, Rebuild. Jon Sobrino Trócaire In Solidarity With The World's Poor Designed by The Graphiconies, (Bortoli) Tel: 770188.

Acquisition Number: 2001--80

Jon Sobrino (born Spain, 1938) is a Jesuit priest, theologian, and proponent of liberation theology. This quotation was from "Theology of Christian Solidarity", co-written by Sobrino and Juan Hernandea Pico (1985). Trócaire was set up in 1973 as a charity to express the concern of the Irish Catholic Church for the suffering of people living in the world’s poorest regions. Main centers in Dublin, Cork, Belfast and the North-West. In the 1980s, Charlie O'Neill, Jole Bortoli and Gian Carlo Ramaioli set up the Graphiconies: The company revolutionised Irish graphic design .

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