Urban renewal and the destruction of Nihonmachi, a community forum;
Artist unknown, creator
Asian Americans--California--San Francisco--Social life and customs
Asian Americans--California--Social conditions.
Japantown (San Francisco, Calif.)--History--Pictorial works
San Francisco (Calif.)--Social conditions--20th century--Pictorial works
The black and white poster features four people, two women and two men, situated in front of window that had been demolished
by a wrecking ball. The ball is inscribed with a dollar sign. The text states, "Urban Renewal and the destruction of Nihonmachi,
a community forum, Saturday June 21, 1975 7:30 pm, Morning Star School Auditorium, Octavia & Pine Sts., Program: slide shows,
panel discussion, photo exhibit, songs, speaker from CANE (Committee Against Nihonmachi Eviction), Sponsored by an Asian-American
Studies class at San Francisco State University."
General Physical Description note:
14.5 x 20 in.
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