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Stylized as if it was a 1930s labor poster, the image reads “What if we built a world around community care?”

Stylized as if it was a 1930s labor poster, the image reads “We can build free housing.”

Stylized as if it was a 1930s labor poster, the image reads “We can build a green society.”

Stylized as if it was a 1930s labor poster, the image reads “We can build free healthcare for all.”

Stylized as if it was a 1930s labor poster, the image reads “We can care for children together.”

Stylized as if it was a 1930s labor poster, the image reads “We can abolish prisons.”

Stylized as if it was a 1930s labor poster, the image reads “We can build joy, support, creativity, love.”

Colleen Tighe is an illustrator, cartoonist, and usually the very loud, grumpy person in the back of the room. She is too stubborn to give up on a socialist future.

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