Free Political Prisoners, Human Rights, Not One More Execution

MFI Poster Series to Commemorate 20 June 2011: International Day of Support for Political Prisoners in Iran

Mission Free Iran is supporting the call of the Campaign to Free Political Prisoners in Iran to mark June 20 as the International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran by creating a poster series to specifically for this action. Each poster features a different political prisoner, and we will be adding to the series up until the 20 June event. Additionally, because one of the demands of the 20 June action is to end executions in Iran, we also include posters to honor those whose lives have been stolen by the Islamic Republic’s executioners.

The posters in the series can be downloaded as .jpg (image) files from this site; they were created to print out at 20×30 inches, but can be reduced in size.

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