Carol A. Wells is an art historian, curator, and founding director of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG), an educational and research archive. CSPG has more than 70,000 domestic and international protest posters from 1900 to the present, including the largest collection of post-World War II social movement posters in the U.S. Recent exhibitions include “Master Peaces—High Art for Higher Purpose” and “Art Against Empire—Graphic Posters Opposing U.S. Interventions Since WWII.” Her articles have appeared in numerous publications and catalogues, including Why the Poster in the Internet Age?; Just Another Poster? Chicano Graphic Arts in California; Los Angeles—At the Center and on the Edge; Decade of Protest: Political Posters from the United States, Vietnam, and Cuba; Kunst & Krieg: 1939-1989; and Can Design Stop a War? In 2010, Wells received the first Wally Marks Pursuit of Change Award from FACTS (Families to Amend California’s Three Strikes).