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Title
Committee against Nihonmachi eviction (cane) principles, RDA
Creator
Artist unknown, creator
Contributor
Artist unknown, creator
Date Created and/or Issued
undated
Publication Information
University of California, Santa Barbara, Davidson Library, Department of Special Collections, California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives, Santa Barbara, California, 93106-9010, United States, (http://www.library.ucsb.edu/speccoll/collections/cema/index.html)
Contributing Institution
UC Santa Barbara, Library, Department of Special Research Collections
Collection
Kearny Street Workshop archives
Rights Information
The artist of any work retains all rights to that work. Copyright has not been assigned to the Regents of the University of California. The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. No further reproduction is permitted without prior written permission by the artist or copyright holder. Any requests for permission to reproduce this piece must be directed to: Kearny Street Workshop c/o California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives Library – CEMA University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106 Phone: (805) 893-8563 E-mail: cema@library.ucsb.edu
Description
The poster features a red and white drawing of a group of people situated in front of letter blocks that spell out "CANE". Behind the group is a wrecking ball with the letters RDA written across it; the ball appears positioned to demolish CANE. The image is framed within a red border. The text, written in English states, " Committee Against Nihomachi Eviction (CANE) Principles: 1. To stop the dispersal & destruction of Nihomachi & keep it a small-business & residential area. 2. To uphold the rights of residents & small business." There is also Japanese text below the image border. All text is written in red.
Type
image
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt3h4nf1kz
Subject
Eviction
Japanese Americans--California--Social conditions--20th century