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This kite is made of white fabric over wooden rods. In the center is a pair of red lips closed together with a zipper and outlined in Black. Surrounding it are blue clouds. In the upper corner is a name in gold glitter, however it cannot be read. On the lower right-hand Edge is “Justice” in orange paint. Filling in the negative space of the kite is a purple scale, a railroad crossing sign, and the Indian flag with a black shape painted above it.
26 October 2016
Chris Sogge and Jen Hoefle; Grey Peckham (archivist), Harrison Apple (archivist).
“Justice Kite,” Arizona Queer Archives, accessed October 27, 2021, https://azqueerarchives.org/items/show/178.