Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Poster stating 'Don't call me girl!'. Includes a collage of photographs of women of various ages and ethnicities standing in a line, and is printed in black on orange paper. Also includes the text: 'Copyright 1975 by Women's Graphics Collective, 3100 n. Southport, Chicago IL 60657'.
Sticker on rear of poster states 'This poster is on long term loan to TUEA from Therese O'Connell. The poster has been laminated with a grant made available by the Ministry of Women's Affairs.'
Laminated screenprinted poster with bold black text on red background reading 'Now is the time for all good women to stand up and say who we will be!'. In the centre are stylised images of three women with blue skin, the left and right figures removing masks from their faces, against a black sky with stars, dots and squiggles. Miniature skyscrapers run across the poster below their waists.
© Debra Bustin.
Unlaminated colour poster advertising a booklet produced for women by the YWCA called 'Sisters'. Includes a photograph of three young women standing against a building, plus the text: 'Sisters, E Nga Tuahine, Choices, Life, Sexuality, Friends, Talk, Relationships, Feelings & Emotions, Safer Sex'. At the bottom of the poster is the YWCA logo, and in small print are listed places the book is available and agencies involved in producing the poster.
Laminated colour poster encouraging readers to 'SUPPORT SWAPO'. Includes an image of three women's faces in silhouette printed in greens, red and brown. Also includes a 1981 quote from the Assistant Secretary for Finance, SWAPO Women's Council, discussing the opression of women under apartheid and the need for them to 'co-operate together and fight with SWAPO'.
© Wellington Media Collective/Chris McBride.
Black and white group photograph of women's hockey team
Poster features a green and white photograph of a large gathering of women in a park. Overlaid with purple text stating 'Women stand up and be counted'. A list of causes is given beneath, including 'A woman's right to work' and 'Full benefits for supporting mothers'.
Laminated colour poster stating 'Women Working'. Designed to look like a road sign, with black text inside a diamond shape on a bright yellow background.
Poster advertising a women's arts festival in Christchurch. Includes a drawing of a woman with a square head sitting cross-legged amongst flowers. Also includes the text: 'Crafts, arts, health, herbs, therapy, music, dance, theatre'.
Poster advertising a women's festival. Includes a drawing of a number of women's faces, and the moon with Maori facial tattooing (TÄ moko).
Unlaminated colour poster celebrating 'Wonderful Wellington Women 1893-1993'. Includes a print image of two women's faces with flowers, in blue, green, red and purple on a white background. Also includes the text: 'Produced by Affirmative Action, Box 12-361, Wellington, phone (04) 475-7818, fax (04) 475-3552, and the Wellington Suffrage Centennial Co-Ordinating Committee, to fund 1993 activities for the empowerment of women in Wellington.'