Poster for the NAACP anti-lynching campaign
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|Caption||An anti-lynching poster distributed by the NAACP. The poster consists of black text on brown paper. The title at the top reads [FOR THE GOOD OF AMERICA" and the text continues with headings in large text including [3436 People Lynched, 1889 to 1922] and [Is Rape the "Cause" of Lynching?]. There are no inscriptions, front or back. Date: 1920s. Record ID: nmaahc_2011.57.9.|
|Artwork medium||ink on paper|
|Credit||Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture|
|Poster NAACP anti-lynching campaign distributed consists black brown paper Activism Violence Lynching Civil rights History|
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|YSH006771||6,699 x 9,280 pixels||4|
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