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Black Cause Pinbacks, Lot of 28, circa 1970-1985

Lot of 28 pinbacks from a variety of black causes, circa 1970-1985. Most approx. 2.25 in. Pins include: 

"No Patience for Rearguard Leadership / George Jackson / Soledad Brother" with image of Jackson before pan-African flag. Designed by Michael Brown, circa 1982. Artist and date printed on the curl.

"Black Veterans Unite." Photographic print of 3 men holding weapons. 

"The Negro Ensemble Company." N.d., circa July 1982. The theater company was established in 1967 with several notable alumni including Denzel Washington, Danny Glover, Angela Bassett, Laurence Fishburn, Giancarlo Esposito, and more. 

"No to Racism from Boston to South Africa nscar." Anti-apartheid and anti-racism pin from the National Society of the Children of the American Revolution.

"Mt. Morris Marcus Garvey / Senior Center / 60+ Club." From Mt. Morris neighborhood of Harlem. The core of the district, formerly Mount Morris Square is now known as Marcus Garvey Park. 

2 "Dig Your-Self / Rappin' on the Roof" pins. 

"June 19 / Afro-American / Liberation day / Free the / Afro-American / Nation / Liberation League." Showing the American South circled with the image of a chain. Celebrating Juneteenth. 

"I.B.P.O.E. of W. / Information." Pin from the African-American fraternal organization, the Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World, founded in 1897 and still in existence. 

Abstract design. Pin associated with the Kuzuri Kijiji African American housing development in East Orange, New Jersey, circa 1974. 

"Beware / the / Cable / Black People's Cable Communication Conference / May 20, 1972 / New York City / Imani Magazine / Black Citizens for Fair Media." Founded by community activist Emma L. Bowen.

"National Black Women's Political Leadership Caucus

"Oba J.O. Onasoga / The Olofin of Ilsan."

"Minority/Women's Business Enterprise / Try Us / You'll / Like Us / Nynex / Enterprises." circa 1984.

"The American Muslims' / 1st national Political / Awareness Convention / 1984 / "Buidling Political Responsibility" / Washington D.C." August 1984. 

"Beat / Weber! / Defend / affirmative / action / TUAD."

"The / Blackman / is / God!" ca. 1984. 

"They Say Cutback / We Say Payback! / Reparations / Now!" with photographic prints of laughing children, in Pan-African flag colors. circa 1983. 

"Up You Mighty Race / Marcus Garvey 1887-1987" with photographic picture of Garvey wearing a mortar board in Pan-African flag colors. 

"Central Harlem / Senior Citizens Coaltion, Inc.

"Dignity / For All / Discrimination / Against / None."

"The Beginning of the Solution / African / Liberation / Movement." circa 1990. 

"We're / For / Integration / Phila. School Employees." circa 1974.

"Experimental Black Actors Guild / Pkwy. Smty. Hse. 500 E. 67th St. / X-Bag / HY-3-1305." Chicago, 1974. 

"I [heart] NAACP" circa 1985

"Miss / Black Universe / Loves / New York."

"New Frontier / Democratic / Club / Vote."

"ABB." Slogan standing for "Anybody But Bush." N.d., ca 2004. 

Estimate: $300 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$448
12/03/2020

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