Poster ID: CL56693
Original Title: Revolution is the Poor peoples' Crime of Passion
Year of Poster: 1970s
Country of Poster: American
Size: 22 x 17 inches = 56 x 43 cm
Condition: Very Good
Notes: Support the May 21st Defense Fund 1979 The White Night riots were a series of violent events sparked by an announcement of the lenient sentencing of Dan White, for the assassinations of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk. The events took place on the night of May 21, 1979 (the night before what would have been Milk's 49th birthday) in San Francisco. Earlier that day, White had been convicted of voluntary manslaughter, the lightest possible conviction for his actions.
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