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12 Queer, Inspiring Protest Posters in Days of Rage from ONE Archives

A selection of historical protest posters from ONE Archives at the USC Libraries tells the stories of LGBTQ+ activism over the decades, and shows how graphic artists can help inspire and organize their communities. 

“Days of Rage” is a web exhibition that enlivens these posters through tactile analysis and storytelling, according to its website. “Grounded in the experiences of activists and graphic designers Alan Bell, Daniel Hyo Kim, Chandi Moore, Silas Munro, Judy Ornelas Sisneros, and Jordan Peimer, the exhibition positions LGBTQ+ graphic design as embodied in community realities and histories, producing subjective reflections on the interdependence of design and activism.” It was curated by Andy Campbell and co-curated by Tracy Fenix and Austen Villacis, organized by ONE Archives Foundation, and made possible by a grant from Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture.

From demanding action on the AIDS crisis to calling out homophobic politicians, this exhibition honors LGBTQ+ people who made their voices heard.

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