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TitleMakerDate Made
5000 Blacks May Go to Prison by DecemberEmory Douglas; Black Panther Party1971-08-21View
AtticaErnest Pignon Ernest1974View
1976- What Are We Celebrating?Amherst Cultural Workers Collective1976View
"If you kill the man that raped you..." -Inez GarciaInez Garcia; Feminist Press League1976View
3 Strikes You're Out 1994 Slavery ActMark Vallen1995View
Help Yvonne uit de gevangenis te blijvenArtist Unknowncirca 1973View
1983 Political Art CalendarMalaquías Montoya; La Raza Graphics Center1983View
Health Care Not Death CareACT UP/LA; Critical Mass1990View
CAPS Committee to Abolish Prison SlaveryRoyal Chicano Air Force (RCAF); Louie "the Foot" Gonzalez; Rodolfo "Rudy" Cuellar; Committee to Abolish Prison Slavery1977View
While There Is a Lower Class I Am in ItArtist Unknown1965-1980View
Is Poverty A Crime?Oscar Alvarado1992View
Power to the Convicted ClassArtist Unknown1973View
Support The Harriet Tubman Prison Movement And Its ObjectivesPeace Presscirca 1971View
Free the Soledad BrothersSoledad Brothers Defense Committeecirca 1970View
¡Libertad para las Prisoneras Politicas!Rupert García; Inkworks Press; Northern California Committees of Correspondence1997View
Jail is just a kind of warehouse for poor peoplePeg Averill; Gallery 345circa mid 1970sView
SuperpredatorsResistant Strains1998View
Free the Attica BrothersWeather Underground Organizationcirca 1974View
No More Cotton-Pickin PrisonsDanny Lyoncirca 1971View
Prisons Amerikkka's New Plantation MapDominique DiPrima's "Street Science"; The Beat 92.3; Michael Zinzuncirca 1990View
Am I My Brother's Keeper?Manuel Salazar; Amnesty International USA; Salsedo Press1992View
Guilty Until Proven WealthyNick Jehlen; Resistant Strains1998View
Save Our ChildrenArtist Unknown2000View
It's The PrisonsCritical Resistance; Freedom Winter; Inkworks2000View
Jail is just a kind of warehouse for poor peoplePeg Averill; Gallery 345circa mid 1970sView
Shut Down The Women's Control Unit At Lexington!Fireworks Graphicscirca 1987View
These Flags Were Made By PrisonersSheila Pinkel2000View
No On Prop. 21Robbie Conal2000View
Educate Don't IncarcerateSheila Pinkel; Deborah Krall2000View
Too Soon for SorryDavid Thorne; Resistant Strains1998View
(REACT)Kevin C. Pyle; Resistant Strains1994-1998View
DetentionJenny Polak; Resistant Strains1998View
Fast Track Police StateMax Schumann; Resistant Strains1998View
Don't Make Us Do CrimeJane Duncan; Resistant Strains1998View
700 En Prison Pour Delit D'OpinionJ. Gayrard; Corep RCB Toulouse1995View
The People Outside are Coming TogetherPeace Press; Jimmy Hughes; Watts Media Center1972View
Break de ChainsA.P.O.W. Alliance1976View
InmatesRed Pepper Posters; Neuberg Printing1980View
Wanted Justice For Joanne LittleJoanne Little Defense FundCirca 1974-1975View
fermez les quartiers d'isolement!Commission Prison-RépressionDate UnknownView
Vote No on Prop 21The Committee to Defeat Prop 21; Design Action; Inkworks Press2000View
Stop Prison Slave Labor!Fireworks GrafixCirca mid 1990sView
Stop The Olympic PrisonS.T.O.P. (Stop The Olympic Prison)1979View
To Hell With Their ProfitsRachael Romero; San Francisco Poster Brigade; Inkworks Press1978View
Of Course We Can Control Prison Riots...Artist Unknowncirca 1978View
FreeCedomir Kostovic2002View
Stop It America!Dave Earp; Billy NoseCirca 2004View
No CollaborationFireworks GraphicsDate UnknownView
Stop Repression at San QuentinFireworks Graphics; John Brown Anti-Klan Committee; New Afrikan People's Organization; Prairie Fire Organizing CommitteeCirca 1984View
No Just UsDavi Russo2003View

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