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Berkeley: Livermore Action Group, 1983. 1.75 inch diameter pin, dancing women / birds motif. Greenham was a women's peace camp set up in Berkshire in the early 1980s. Its slogan, "Greenham women are everywhere," conveyed the activism of its members in fields ranging from feminist struggles to the anti-nuclear movement.This...
[East Bay]: [1974?]. 1.5 inch diameter pin, bilingual text and artwork depicting seamstresses with a sewing machine, orange background. Very good; manufactured by East Bay pinmaker Robert Rush (though not identified as such on the pin). GCA was the Great Chinese American Sewing Company, known in Cantonese as Jung Sai...
n.p. n.pub. . 2.25 inch diameter pinback button depicting male and female Black liberation fighters with guns; red text on a green field. Small label on back gives the year when it was collected by our consignor. Issued for the armed robbery case that landed the Black Muslim poet in...
[Berkeley]: [Robert Rush], [196-?]. 1.75 inch diameter pin, very good, with depiction of a pig with rectally puckered lips dressed as a judge; union bug on edge. Attractive example of the original pin manufactured by Robert Rush for the Sacramento branch of the Black Panther Party. Obtained from Rush himself.