In 1967, during the height of the Vietnam War, Muhammad Ali refused to join the US Army. 'No Vietnamese ever called me Nigger', he said, wondering why he should go abroad and fight for a government that didn't even recognize his own rights at home. This series illustrates Ali's struggle against racism in american society, and against the US government that threatened to imprison him for his anti-war beliefs. Screen print, B2 poster. Exhibited at 'Blisters on My Fingers' with Print Club London. 2008