An off white flier with black type and photocopied handwritten text. The flier is a call to the citizens of Madison County. The flier askes, "What can you do about the tear-gas raid?" and "(1) Black Out for Black Power / (2) Work Stop for Black Power / (3) Register to Vote for Black Power." Typed in the bottom half of the flier is “OUR TAX DOLLARS HELPED TO BUY THAT TEAR-GAS. / DON’T BUY ANYTHING DOWNTOWN. / IF YOU WORK FOR THE WHITE MAN, DON’T GO TO WORK FRIDAY. / HIT THEM WHERE IT HURTS. / WE’VE GONE TOO FAR TO TURN BACK NOW!!! / MADISON COUNTY MOVEMENT.”


  • Title: Flier for the Madison County Movement
  • Date Created: 1966
  • Physical Dimensions: L x W: 7 1/8 x 8 1/2 in. (18.1 x 21.6 cm)
  • Subject Keywords: Activism, Discrimination, Suffrage, Communities, Segregation, Violence, Labor unions, Race, Civil rights, Race relations, Business
  • Medium: ink on paper

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