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[Flyer for the Free Angela Davis Rally & Dance]

Description: Flyer for the Free Angela Davis Rally & Dance on May 23, 1971 in the La Villita Assembly Building in San Antonio, Texas. There is a photo of Angela Davis in the center of the flyer and the speakers and admission information is listed below the photo.
Date: May 23, 1971
Partner: Private Collection of Mario Marcel Salas

[Poster for "Art Education in Action" Teleconference]

Description: A poster about an upcoming teleconference event with the topic Art Education in Action. The text covers what the topic of the teleconference will be and gives the address fo the Getty Center for Education in the Arts. On the page are several images including a paint brush, a child looking up, students, and a radar dish.
Date: 1994
Creator: North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "Do I Matter?" poster]

Description: Poster that was attached to the exterior wall of Willis Library during a student led demonstration. The sign reads "Do I Matter? #overseertoofficer Educate yourself. PoC can't always bridge the gap for you." The demonstration was held in order to make space for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Green "My 5-Year Old's Response..." poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration on the UNT campus. The sign reads "My 5yr. old's response to what he thinks one of God's commandments is: 'Don't bully black people!' IN solidarity w/ #BLM - a mother a Latina an Instructor at UNT M. Nelson". The demonstration was held in order to offer a space for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "Spread Love, Hugs, and Drugs" poster]

Description: Poster that was attached to the exterior wall of Willis Library during a student led demonstration. The sign reads "#BlackLivesMatter Spread Love, Hugs, and Drugs; 11 convictions over 700 black deaths this year DO THE MATH; It's not privilege that makes you bad. It is what you do with it. -white guy #BLM".
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "If All Lives Truly Mattered..." poster]

Description: Poster that was used in a student led demonstration. The sign has three separate messages on it. The first is about Syrian Refugees and 'blue lives' and uses the hashtag "#Melanin". The second reads "If #bluelivesmatter doesn't offend you, but #blacklivesmatter does, then the operative word is black!". The third is a collection of three hashtags. The demonstration was meant to offer a place for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Yellow "The Election Exposed..." poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration. Most of the comments are longer on this sign, which includes a quote from Vince Staples. Two messages are signed, one is "PMA" and the other is "Ky Phillips", and the labels BSR and NB are included. The focus is on the election, Trump, and minorities. The demonstration was held in order to offer a space for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "Trump Won, Let It Out Here & Now" poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration. The main focus of the poster is to direct those who wish to participate in the demonstration. "BLACK LIVES MATTER... TRUMP WON LET IT OUT HERE & NOW" is written in large black-stencil letters, followed by the note "Everyone welcome... Do not censor anyone else's responses!" There are other smaller comments as well.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "Do Not Stand Still" poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration. It focuses on the political climate and Trump's election and what that means for the future and equality. The demonstration was a chance for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Orange "You Are Not Alone" poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration on the UNT campus. The sign addresses the recent political climate and minority and LGBT issues within it. It is mostly messages of solidarity and support. On the back is the date "11/10". The demonstration was held in order to offer a space for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and 2016 election results.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "It's Puzzling..." poster]

Description: Poster that was attached to the exterior wall of Willis Library during a student led demonstration. The poster references the shooting of Michael Brown with a hashtag and quotes Malcolm X. The demonstration was held in order to facilitate conversation about the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "Invitation to Stop..." poster]

Description: Poster that was attached to the exterior wall of Willis Library during a student led demonstration. The sign reads "INVITATION TO STOP and give your time and thought to the murder of Black people by the police. GIVE us 1 Minute of your day; We wanna go home to our families Just like police.; NO JUSTICE NO PEACE; People Not Targets" and includes a small figure drawn in black ink with their hands up.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "With Everything Goin on Just Pray" poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration. The sign includes several different messages and comments. There are also drawings of hears and flowers on the poster. The demonstration was held in order to make space for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "Liberty & Justice for All, Right!" poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration. The sign has several different messages and comments written all over it in black, red, and blue marker. There are hashtags written on it; one that reads "#ALL LIVES MATTER" is written on top of a comment that reads "All lives can't matter until Black lives matter!" The demonstration was held in order to offer a space for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Green "Are You Woke?" poster]

Description: Poster that was attached to the exterior wall of Willis Library during a student led demonstration. The sign reads "Are you 'woke?'" and "What FREEDOM?" with hashtag references to the Black Lives Matter movement and shooting victim Terence Crutcher.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Pink "Why Don't I Matter to You?" poster]

Description: Poster that was attached to the exterior wall of Willis Library during a student led demonstration. The poster features comments on the Colin Kaepernick protest and police brutality.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "Please Write" poster]

Description: Poster that has "Please write!" at the top and different people's writing below. It is in red, blue, and black ink. Students wrote down their opinions and thoughts on the recent instances of police brutality being reported in the media and the BLM movement that followed. Pieces of duct-tape are at each corner and a small amount of ink bled through to the back.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "Complaining Makes for Another Topic..." poster]

Description: Poster that was attached to the exterior wall of Willis Library during a student led demonstration. The poster reads "Complaining makes for another topic. Irrelevant to the whole...where is the change, action, process to the end goal? Will my nephews be next? Will my 200+ lb brother need a script to know how to be stopped? Be the change, not the # in place." It is signed B-Bell with a happy face next to the name. Duct-tape is around the edges of the paper.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "#Black Lives Matter" poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration on the UNT campus. The sign opens with the hashtag "#BlackLivesMatter" and continues on to direct people who wish to participate. It asks that no one be censored and states that "This is a continuation of the Willis Wall Demonstration" and is not "affiliated with any specific organization". The demonstration was held in order to offer a place for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement and the incidents that inspired it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Yellow "Emotion'L Dumping Grounds" poster]

Description: Poster that was used during a student led demonstration on the UNT campus. The sign reads "EMOTION'L DUMPING GROUNDS..." in large stenciled letters with the message "Hugs available upon request...maybe tears too" written in marker underneath. The date "11/10" is written on the back. The demonstration was held in order to offer a space for discussion and reflection on the Black Lives Matter movement after the 2016 election and other issues surrounding it.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Yellow "How Do You Feel? (Grab a Pen and Tell Me)" poster]

Description: Poster with prompt at the top "How do you feel (grab a pen and tell me)" followed by several responses below. The responses express other students' feelings around the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and police brutality. Several hashtags are included on the poster, two have been crossed out that appear to read "#All Lives Matter" and "#Unborn Lives Matter". There is duct-tape along the top and a piece on the left side of the poster.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[White "No Life Should Be Reduced to a Hashtag" poster]

Description: Poster that includes several different student's writings about the Black Lives Matter movement and the situations surrounding it. One comment includes a comparison of 2016 to 1916. At the top is the name Paulina La Boricua. The upper right-hand corner of the poster is ripped off and duct-tape is on the other three.
Date: September 21, 2016
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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