Amnesty International Postcards
A striking image to promote awareness and generate support for Amnesty International and using the words from John Lennon's inspirational song Imagine. If you can imagine, you can take action.
· Imagine (nothing to kill of die for). Photo by Peter Marlow - Two refugee girls at risk of joining the hundreds of thousands of child soldiers worldwide.
· Imagine (you may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one). Photo by Dayanita Singh - Underage prostitutes in Mumbai, India. Virtually all were sold into the sex trade in very early adolescence.
· Imagine (all the people sharing all the world).
Photo by Peter Marlow - An 80-year old woman, one of the countless civilian war victims, living in the basement of her bombed-out Chechen home.
The postcards were published i n 1999 by the promotional or advertising postcard (freecard) company Max Racks. They are no longer in print (OOP).
Postcard Condition: Mint
Postcard Publisher: Max Racks
Postcard Size: 4 1/4 by 6 inches (10.75 x 15.25 cm).