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Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar cover. People of many ages, genders and skin colors gather at the base of a tree. Some weater, others plant seedlings, one plays a drum, one holds a baby and another a book, while another speaks into a megaphone and another wearing a headscarf raises her fist in the air.
The cover of the 2020 Ricardo Levins Morales Liberation calendar featuring a group of people protesting in favor of environmental justice, holding signs, flowers, doves, and more against a wave of pollution
Back Spread – Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar cover – Shows message from Ricardo, “What to Do in a Pandemic” Animals” and photos from George Floyd uprising in Minneapolis.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar December spread – features poster showing quote from Jewish resistance poet Hannah Sanesh against a starry sky. Faded against the calendar grid is the illustration “Solidarity is Always in Season” showing marchers circing a sun through the four seasons.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar November spread. Featured is Ricardo’s “Volcano” print about power coming from below. Also shown is a group of workers blockading a truck, and a group of calaveras (skeletons) with banners reading “La Lucha Continua – Dia de los Muertos – Day of the Dead”.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar October spread – features the cover of “Untold Story of the Real Me – Young Voices from Prison,” showing a young person breaking through the bars of their cell. The bottom of the page shows Japense farmers marching, and a dancer in a jingle dress.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar September spread, featuring “We Are One–Human, Civil and Worker Rights”, showing union workers holding up signs depicting various rights against a bright green background. Against the calendar grid, two hands stir a pot over a campfire, and a union nurse organizer walks past her boss.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar August spread. Features poster of Toussaint L’Ouverture, Haitian liberator, and a strong woman walking with a basket on her head labeled “Haiti.”
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar July spread. Features poster with quote from Dom Helder Camara, “When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist,” along witha person playing a drum shaped like the world.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar June spread. Features Fred Hampton’s rainbow coalition, a “black trans live matter” button, and a background of two figures in an embrace. This page also finished an account of 2020’s George Floyd rebellion in Minneapolis.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar May Spread – features “No Se Vende” (“It’s not for sale”), a person cradling their home in their arms, and a line of marchers with signs. Page also includes an accounting of the 2020 George Floyd rebellion.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar April spread – Shows “The Gulf Solidarity Pledge,” an illustration of one figure holding another inside a raindrop/teardrop, and a pirate flag with the words “Defend New Orleans and the Gulf Coast – Stop teh Buck-A-Neers!”
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar March spread. Features 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire commemoration with marchers surrounding the burning building. Also a dancing rebel with Emma Goldman’s attributed quote “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution,” and a line of workers with sewing machines in a factory.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar February spread. Features “Alternative, Independent Media – Worth Fighting For!” poster, portrait of Ida B Wells, and “Piterre” newspaper vendor.
Ricardo Levins Morales 2021 Liberation Calendar — January sperad. Features “Here’s to new beginnings” butterfly and illustration of a nurse holding the world in their arms.