Back cover of ‘STRUGGLE! Unity, Self-Determination, Solidarity’, Struggle newspaper collective,  Boston, 1973.

Poster for World Solidarity Day, ‘Support the Struggle for Freedom in Southern Africa’, Pan-African Liberation Committee / Pan-African Union, California, 1972. Event featured Shirley Graham DuBois.

‘Women In Latin America’, in ‘Newsfront International, Peoples Translation Service, Oakland, California, 1977.

Third World Women’s Alliance, United States, [1971]. Thanks to Dennis. Third World Women’s Alliance, United States, [1971]. Thanks to Dennis. Third World Women’s Alliance, United States, [1971]. Thanks to Dennis.

Third World Women’s Alliance, United States, [1971]. Thanks to Dennis.

'No More Cages - A Bimonthly Women's Prison Newsletter', Women Free Women In Prison, Brooklyn, 1980.

‘Celebrating The Struggles Of Women! - Celebrating The Resistance Of Women Zapatistas!’, [National Commission for Democracy in Mexico Women’s Delegation to Chiapas], United States, 1996.

'Women in Socialist Society', International Publishers, Communist Party, United States, 1975.

'Slaves Of Slaves - The Challenge of Latin American Women', Latin America and Caribbean Women’s Collective, Zed Press, London, 1980.

‘Black Women’s Liberation’, Maxine Williams and Pamela Newman, Socialist Workers Party, United States, 1970.

'MERIP Reports', Middle East Research & Information Project, United States, 1976.

International Women’s Day poster by Mary Sutton, [San Francisco], [mid 1970’s].

'Abortion Rights - A Socialist Approach', Militant Tendency, Britain, [1985].

‘Break de Chains of Legalized U.$. Slavery’, published by North Carolina Women’s Prison Book Project and Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists, Durham, North Carolina, 1976.

'Social Imperialism - socialism in words, imperialism in deeds', Yenan Bookstore Collective, Berkeley, California, 1973.

'The Crusader', published in exile by Robert F. Williams, 1963. Robert F. Williams (1925-1996), author of ‘Negros With Guns’ (1962), advocated and practiced armed self-defense against the Klan in the 1950’s and became a highly influential figure in the Black Power and Black Nationalist movements of the 1960’s and 1970’s. This issue of his newsletter was published while Williams was living in exile in Cuba. Cartoon depicting the U.S. white racist power structure by Chinese Canadian supporter Anne B. Lin.