Primary Artist: Terry Forman
Created: San Francisco Collective, probably 1984.
Dimensions: 18″ x 24″
In the early- and mid-1980s, white supremacist organizations were recruiting all over the country, including California and the San Francisco Bay Area. This was one of several actions that forcefully defeated the Klan here. This attack was instigated by a Klan organization from Modesto. A counter demonstration of several hundred people gathered south of Market, causing the police to pull the Klan caravan over on the Bay Bridge and escort them away for their own protection.
Image: Drawings of three skulls in KKK hoods behind an arm building a brick wall. The Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline are in the background.
Words: On right side: BUILD A WALL OF RESISTANCE. DON’T LET THE KKK MARCH IN S.F.
Color: black and red on white paper
Event: Demonstration: Tuesday July 17, San Francisco.
Sponsors: John Brown Anti-Klan Committee
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