Asian Americans--California--San Francisco--Social life and customs
Chinese Americans--California--Chinatown (San Francisco)--Social life and customs
The poster features a drawing of a red sun and a group of people, with one figure raising a fist. There is a poem featured,
that reads, "You young people, full of vigour and vitality, are in the bloom of life, like the sun at eight or nine in the
morning. Our hope is placed on you." The background is yellow. The text states, "Celebrate the May 4th Movement, Principles
of Unity: 1. Advance the spirit of the May 4th Movement and promote the commitment of youths to transform society: A. Oppose
racism and national oppression, B. Combat feudalistic ideas, 2. To unite the Asian youths on the campus and community. 3.
Unite with the struggles of Third World and working class people. Sunday May 4, 1975, Chinese Cultural Center, 750 Kearny
St. S.F. enter from Kearny St. bridge, booths open 11-4 pm, program 1-3 pm, speakers, slide show, skits, singing, committee
to celebrate the May 4th movement." There is English and Chinese text.
General Physical Description note:
17.5 x 23 in.
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