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Your job is killing you

Poster
1976 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Poster depicting a men being carried on stretchers by women and soldiers around the edge of some sort of construction site or industrial base in a forest with palm trees. The statistics at the bottom of the sheet compare number of deaths in the workplace between 1961 and 1969 and deaths of Americans in the Vietnam War.


Object details

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Object type
TitleYour job is killing you (generic title)
Brief description
"Your Job is Killing You", by Red Pepper Posters protesting against dangerous working conditions. San Francisco, 1976.
Physical description
Poster depicting a men being carried on stretchers by women and soldiers around the edge of some sort of construction site or industrial base in a forest with palm trees. The statistics at the bottom of the sheet compare number of deaths in the workplace between 1961 and 1969 and deaths of Americans in the Vietnam War.
Credit line
Gift of the American Friends of the V&A; Gift to the American Friends by Leslie, Judith and Gabri Schreyer and Alice Schreyer Batko
Collection
Accession number
E.1968-2004

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Record createdJune 30, 2009
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