No Place: Attica Brigade, Publisher. Unbound. Good. Item #017228
No place or date. Either New York or Miami, circa 1972-74. Single sheet, light pink paper stock, 8 ½ by 11 inches. Printed on a single side only. Small illustration of fighters at the lower right. The Attica Brigade was a left-wing organization that grew out of the demise of the SDS, with its name inspired by the prison uprising in Attica in 1971. The organization focused on anti-imperialism. In 1974 it changed its name to the Revolutionary Student Brigade. This leaflet discusses the Attica Brigade's 7 point peace plan, linking the struggles of oppressed people internationally to those at home. The piece mentions the New York Attica Brigade being "here in Miami" and mentions a meeting on Tuesday evening and one on Sunday afternoon in Flamingo Park. With a summary of the two main points of the 7 point peace program. GOOD condition. Horizontal and vertical fold creases present, with moderate to heavy general wrinkling. Some soiling, toning and minor staining.