Posters You Too Can Download, Print and Paste Where You Please. Oh yeah, they’re free.
July 27, 2013 at 1:07 pm (art, culture, education, exploring interconnectedness, history, Independent film, Indigenous People, journalism, Lakota, life, movies, Native Americans, nature, photography, Pine Ridge Indian reservation, politics, random, street art, Uncategorized)
Tags: Aaron Huey, art, Black Hills, blog, culture, documentary, downloads, Ed Becker, ethics, exploring interconnectedness, film, free, history, Honor the Treaties, independent, Indigenous, Issues, journalism, law, life, links, Native Americans, people, photo, photograph, photograpy, politics, poltics, posters, random, rights, Shepard Fairey, short film, The Black HIlls Are Not For Sale, Turtle Talk, We Are Still Here, We Belong To The Land
*Come on, you know you WANT to! Go for it!
*Download, print and post these beauties everywhere!
*Pick one, pick all–cover some space any place.
Thanks to Turtle Talk’s Matthew Fletcher for the link to the page for Honor the Treaties poster download–
Small, Medium and Large sizes are available.
Link to Turtle Talk, Indigenous Law and Policy Center Blog Michigan State University College of Law
An example of posting of Shepard Fairey’s ‘The Black HIlls ARE Not For Sale” as shared on Facebook page for “Honor the Treaties.” View more images on Facebook.
*photo credit unknown at this time–somewhere in Jasksonville, FL.
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