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Angela Davis – We are all equal

DKK575,00DKK975,00

Denmark 2019
From the poster series: We are all equal

– The faces of racism revealed

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Sizes: 150 x 100 cm and 100 x 70 cm:
POD · Print on demand

59,4 x 42 cm:
Ink print on Fine Art Hahnemühle Bamboo 290 gsm, natural warm tone. Trimmed, 2 cm border for framing. Signed and sealed by the author. Limited print: 1-50.

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Prices in Euro:
150 x 100 cm: 131 Euro + shipping

100 x 70 cm: 77 Euro + shipping
59,4 x 42 cm: 131 Euro + shipping
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Angela Yvonne Davis (born January 26, 1944) is an American political activist, academic, and author. She emerged as a prominent counterculture activist in the 1960s working with the Communist Party USA, of which she was a member until 1991, and was briefly involved in the Black Panther Party during the Civil Rights Movement.

After Davis purchased firearms for personal security guards, those guards used them in the 1970 armed takeover of a Marin County, California courtroom, in which four people were killed. She was prosecuted for three capital felonies, including conspiracy to murder, but was acquitted of the charges.

Davis is a professor emerita at the University of California, Santa Cruz, in its History of Consciousness Department. She is also a former director of the university’s Feminist Studies department. Her research interests are feminism, African-American studies, critical theory, Marxism, popular music, social consciousness, and the philosophy and history of punishment and prisons. She co-founded Critical Resistance, an organization working to abolish the prison–industrial complex.

Davis’s membership in the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) led California Governor Ronald Reagan in 1969 to attempt to have her barred from teaching at any California university. She supported the governments of the Soviet Bloc for several decades. During the 1980s, she was twice a candidate for Vice President on the CPUSA ticket. She left the party in 1991. From Wikipedia