Greenpeace button: “NO-NUC,” opposing nuclear power.
PIRGIM button. “PIRGIM is a consumer group that stands up to powerful interests whenever they threaten our health and safety, our financial security or our right to fully participate in our democratic society. For decades, we’ve stood up for consumers, countering the influence of big banks, insurers, the oil industry, and other powerful special interests.”
Button for the presidential election campaign of Barak Obama and Joe Biden.
A small pin reading “Clinton Team.”
Campaign button from the 1988 presidential election, for Michael Dukakis and Lloyd Bentsen.
Button: US/USSR Nuclear Arms Freeze
Campaign button for Mo Udall with an environmental theme. Udall sought the Democratic nomination in the 1976 presidential election, but was defeated by Jimmy Carter.
Button: Boycott Non-United Farm Workers Grapes, with the UFW eagle logo, probably 1970.
Button: “Nixon Eats Lettuce” with the eagle logo of the United Farm Workers. From the 1970 “Salad Bowl Strike.”
March for Peace, June 11, New York City. Support the UN Third Special Session on Disarmament.
Button: No Blood for Oil, Feb. 15, NYC, with peace sign
Button: “If You Are Not Part of the Solution, You Are Part of the Problem” —Eldridge Cleaver
Button referring to the 1980s campaign to freeze levels of stockpiled nuclear weapons at current levels.
Button for an action to “March on the Pentagon, Stop the War, June 5th.” Sadly, there are so many wars this could be from…
Button: “I am a card-carrying member, ACLU”
Button: “Boycott War Toys.” You better not stab; you better not shoot!