July 2: Baltimore

July 2: Baltimore

How lucky we are to be joining with @hinenubaltimore and @jewishmuseum_md for our second stop on the Pop Up Tour at @redemmas bookstore. Come eat delicious vegetarian ancestral Jewish foods made by Red Emma's cafe especially for us (or @jewishjerkybrand's delights if you’re a carnivore!). Red Emma's bookstore is the perfect spot for us to gather and celebrate the history of Jewish organizing and Activism. The store honors Emma Goldman, who "was born [to Jewish partens] in 1869 in Lithuania, and emigrated to the United States at the age of 16. Four years later she had joined the anarchist movement, dedicating her life to the struggle against state tyranny, capitalist exploitation, and patriarchal oppression". (Redemmas.org)

For this poster we drew inspiration from the hyper-local Baltimore signature snack, the "lemon peppermint stick" which originated in the early 1910's at the historic spring pop up event @flowermartbmore.

Featuring local art by:

Poster art by Naomi Rose Weintraub

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