Edited By Kim Christiaens, Idesbald Goddeeris and Magaly Rodríguez García
ILL. 1. Caricature denouncing Western capital as the main link between the coming to power of Pinochet in Chile and the situation in Portugal (IISH, Amsterdam)
ILL. 2. The folk music group Quilapayun contributed to a transnational protest culture against Pinochet. Poster for a concert organized by activists and students in Hamburg in 1978. (IISH, Amsterdam)
ILL. 3. Poster for an international conference staged in Frankfurt in 1974 by the Sozialistisches Büro, a West German New Left organization that supported armed struggle against Pinochet (Amsab-ISG, Ghent)
ILL. 4. ‘Together with the Chilean people, against fascism!’ Poster of the International Conference of Solidarity with Chile organized in Athens in 1975. Staged with the support of Chile Democrático and attended by delegations of solidarity committees from all over the world, the conference demanded the implementation of the UN General Assembly resolution on freedom for political prisoners and the restoration of human and democratic rights in Chile (Amsab-ISG, Ghent)
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