Remembering protests of the past

Remembering protests of the past - August 24, 2006

Mr. John reports: These are political posters that campaign for workers, people, and students to resist the dictatorships from 1973-1978.

Right: Wide government power tramples the female worker. All workers unite to fight.

Below: Hara (jeans) workers need help.


These posters decorate the Naihua Pub in Had Yai. This is a pub opened and owned by the singer named Saeng Thammada. He is a Southern singer who sing songs of life and some sarcastic songs about society. He also sings a song making fun of Thaksin and came to join PAD at a gathering Sanamluang.

These posters can also be found at the Thai Labour Museum.

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