SDS National Convention Against Racism Poster and Flyer (1972)
A folded newsprint pamphlet from the Students for a Democratic Society consisting of two items: a 14" x 22" fold-out poster advertising their 1972 Convention Against Racism held at Harvard University, plus a folded sheet with a registration form for the convention to be mailed back to the SDS. Calling itself on the pamphlet a "militant, nation-wide student organization," the SDS organized against racism, for worker's right and in opposition to the Vietnam War. It grew to over 300 campus chapters but eventually dissolved in 1974, becoming the Committee Against Racism. Item #1364.
Condition: Very Good, folded as issued; toning to newsprint more prominent along folds; closed 1" tear at top middle fold; "1972" has been written in pencil on the outside and inside of the registration flyer, which is folded unevenly.