B&W Print Of Silent Sam Plinth Removal

B&W Print Of Silent Sam Plinth Removal

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On January 15, 2019, the plinth that held Silent Sam was removed from UNC Chapel Hill’s McCorkle Place where it stood as a monument to white supremacy for over 100 years. These black and white prints commemorate the work of hundreds of anti-racist activists over the past century that culminated in this victory despite the opposition of fascists, neo-Confederates, the state, and the governing bodies of the university itself.

Prices include shipping within the continental United States. All proceeds go to the Anti-Racist Activist Fund.

5x7s are printed on Epson Ultra Premium Luster paper with an actual image size of 4.4” x 6.4” and a .3” white border to make it suitable for framing.

8x12s are printed on Epson Ultra Premium Luster paper with an actual image size of 8" x 11" and a .5” white border to make it suitable for framing.

The 10x15 limited edition prints are hand signed and numbered, printed on cotton rag and professionally framed by Through This Lens in Durham, NC. Total framed size is 16” x 20”. This edition is limited to 20 prints.

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