On sale while supplies last: The Nation 2019 Wall Calendar!
Our captivating wall calendar features some of the best artwork from artists including Nurul Hana Anwar, Louisa Bertman, Eric Drooker, Curt Merlo, and Edel Rodriguez; plus interesting historical dates of note related to the United States' and The Nation's history.
Some historical facts honor important milestones, such as on April 18, 1983: "Alice Walker Becomes the First Woman of Color to Win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction." And on May 17, 1954, "The Supreme Court rules segregation unconstitutional in Brown v. Board of Education."
Others are more somber: On Sept. 22, 1980, "Iraq invades Iran, sparking the longest conventional war of the 20th century."
We also look at more lighthearted cultural moments and The Nation's coverage, such as on Feb. 7, 1964, when "The Beatles arrive in the United States. The Nation’s scathing review, a 'derivative' act, 'manna for dull minds.'"
Topics span Black Lives Matter, climate change, gun violence, voting and democracy, and media and politics. Original artwork and reporting make The Nation's first-ever wall calendar a topical, one-of-a-kind gift for anyone interested in politics, history, equality and social justice.
10" x 8.5" opening to 10" x 17". Individually shrink-wrapped and featuring a hole for easy hanging. Made in the USA.