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An open edition African American motivational poster containing a photograph from the Selma to Montgomery Voting Rights March that took place in 1965. This poster is dedicated to showing the viewer that all things are possible when you commit yourself to a cause or commit yourself to achieving a goal. It features the phrase "Commitment" and contains the following inspirational quote:

When your belief is strong and your purpose just, no obstacle can stand in your way.

Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 24 Inches
Length 36 Inches
Medium Poster
SKU 1138

D'azi Productions

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Joy L.

Commitment Poster

I am so excited to have found and now own another Commitment Poster. I'm an Indianapolis Public Schools Educator. Over 15 years ago I bought a Commitment Poster at the Black Expo in Indianapolis. Three years ago, someone stole the framed poster from my office. I have been looking for this poster for two and a half years on the internet and I also returned to the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis twice in the past three years and thought I could find it there. Each time they had the other posters (Courage, Destiny, Dedication, Strength, etc.) but they did not have Commitment. The internet turned up fake websites that would let me place an order but then it was not a real website. The Black Art Depot placed my order and I had the poster within 3 days. I am thankful I finally have a place to go on the internet where I can find quality, meaningful artwork and trust that the company will deliver. By the way, the poster that I love was 5 dollars less than those in Memphis.


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