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Museum-quality poster by Lola Lombard. It's printed on thick and durable matte paper. 

The poster is shipped in a special study, angled box for protection.


For 2023 - $20 from each sale of this poster will be donated to the ACLU.

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%




SKU: 5F47EFC9773F1_3877
  • As a Washington DC area artist, the national news plays out almost literally in my backyard. The last several years have seen a dramatic polarizing of culture. We must keep up the fight for equal rights, gun legislation, Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ and environmental crisis issues, (just to name a few). On the path towards a better tomorrow I aims to help by raising funds for organizations and to create images that beautify and empower us all when we share them. This illustration expresses the emotions I have been feeling about the problems we have in America and

  • ​I've always loved the Statue of Liberty. She has stood tall since 1886, representing the ideals of democracy. I believed that my whole country stood behind her proudly as she welcomed diverse and vulnerable populations to Liberty Island (Elis Island).  Infact, my own relatives came through Elis Island in search of a better life where they could be free of persecution around 1900. But in 2020, I opened my eyes to the truth. This illustration expresses the emotions I have been feeling and how I think Lady Liberty must feel about the problems we have in the United States today.

    Though we can't change the past, we can help change the future. We can all do better raising our voices and using our talents. Power to the people! Let's amplify the message-- no one is free until everyone is free. Black Lives Matter. 


    From 2022-2023 donations are going to the  ACLU. This change is becuase I am especially concerned about the equal rights, trans rights, and redistricting of Voting Rights that are especially affecting people of color.  The ACLU website is here:

    From 2020-2022 donations went to NAACP. The NAACP website is here: :

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