55 Cuban solidarity

The revolution that enabled Fidel Castro to seize power in Cuba in 1959 and soon drifted toward communism gave rise to an international isolation that worsened after the Cuban missile crisis of 1962. In 1966 the Cubans tried to overcome this by founding their own ‘International,’ the Organization of Solidarity with the Peoples of Asia, Africa and Latin America (OSPAAL), in which they attempted to cluster various national liberation movements. The posters distributed all over the world for years became widely popular.

Apartheid

Apartheid
Organización de Solidaridad de los Pueblos de Africa, Asia y América Latina
La Habana, 1970
Poster, 48 x 58

Date: 
1970
Number: 
55

Location

La Habana
Cuba