Nevada: Wendy Hale Design, 1992. Original poster. 8 1 2 x 11.Ø The 100th Monkey Project, Nevada, USA. Near fine. This poster is from a gathering in Las Vegas, Nevada, 65 miles south-east of the Nevada Test Site, to hear international speakers and musicians inform, inspire, and demand an end to nuclear testing. This was followed on April 13th by a five day walk to the test site. The walk was followed by a nonviolent direct action at the test site on Earth Day (19 April). The purposes of the event was to stop nuclear testing through world awareness, political pressure, direct action; to educate through media exposure and a full-length feature movie to be made of the event; to expand the nonviolence ethic through mass non-violence trainings in conjunction with the event, and; to return the land to its true stewards: The Western Shoshone Nation. Not in OCLC.
Provenance: From the private collection of Jeffrey Shero Nightbyrd, editor of The Rag newspaper in Austin, Texas, The SDS newspaper, New Left Notes, in Chicago, RAT: Subterranean News in New York City and The Los Angeles Free Press.