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Native American activist celebrated in Red Sun 2016 calendar

Fulfilling a mission that combines printing and social justice provides fascinating challenges for us a Red Sun Press, where activism has been running through the presses since 1974. Taking up the flag of Leonard Peltier seemed like natural fit. A native American activist struggling for the rights of his people and the land of his origins, Peltier’s case has been […]

Co-operation Nation

The worker co-op movement goes back almost to the day when when people first strapped on their boots and headed out to the factory or into the fields. Today in the U.S. there are thousands of businesses organized around the principles of cooperation, forming an increasingly significant sub-culture of the economy. With umbrella organizations such […]

Seasonal Inspirations from Green St.

Despite the harsh winter here in Boston, Red Sun’s indomitable crew has kept the operation humming, with snow removal scenes enacted repeatedly outside our Green St. building. As spring barely peeps around the corner, we look forward to a robust season of fresh printed output: newsletters, books, brochures, postcards, posters, wide format banners and signs […]

2014: the Year in Calendar designs

While most of what will happen in 2014 remains unknown to us all, there’s one thing we can see in advance very clearly: each day of the year laid out in beautiful, inspired pages in printed art calendars. And what better time than now to look ahead at the coming year, prognosticating and previewing what the […]

Where were you when…

As progressive activists since well before the era of YouTube and Facebook, our collective memories sometimes get a bit weak or blurry. This is exacerbated by frequent feelings of vain struggles and bitter defeats suffered over the years at the hands of gadflies like Ronald Reagan and Dick Cheney. Even if if we still haven’t […]

35 years of political posters from Red Sun Press

The work of Red Sun has yielded impressive graphic results for progressive causes since 1974. “Impressions for Change” is a touring show of posters printed at Red Sun focusing on peace, justice, and a sustainable world. March 1- April 30, 2010 Wong/Yee Gallery Chinese Progressive Assn. 28 Ash St., Boston June 18 – Aug 27 Harriet […]

Red Sun Press – Progressive Printers

Over the past thirty-five years, the faces have changed, but the mission remains the same. Red Sun Press has maintained its commitment to work with organizations and businesses that are building a better world. And we have continued to develop as a democratic workplace that integrates our values into our business. Unlike most commercial printing […]