An offset printed poster, printed in black, pink and lime green, with two-color halftone illustrations. The words "Transcend", "Transplant", and "Transform" are printed prominently in bold black type. The illustrations depict Ward Hall of Georgetown, Kentucky, a woman with mulberry seeds and a mulberry tree root, and a woman seated in a chair painting a shawl on a woman that is standing behind her. The first line of text is "Sometimes I feel as if I'm like the woman at Ward Hall ..." The colophon reads: "California Provokes Change [copyright] 1985 by Susan E. King. Available from Paradise Press ... This poster is part of the Cross Pollination Commissions Project sponsored by the Woman's Building ... Printing was partially done by Huttner Lithography." CBA has one copy, this is copy 1, signed below the colophon: "Susan E. King."