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“And Justice for All” Poster

" Updated June 8, 2022 - USDA has recently released guidance regarding the AJFA posters. Currently, USDA is working with TDA and will provide newly printed AJFA posters later this year. TDA is working on a statewide distribution plan and will communicate to all CEs when posters are available and being sent to your CE locations to be distributed to your sites.
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Updated June 8, 2022 - USDA has recently released guidance regarding the AJFA posters. Currently, USDA is working with TDA and will provide newly printed AJFA posters later this year. TDA is working on a statewide distribution plan and will communicate to all CEs when posters are available and being sent to your CE locations to be distributed to your sites. 

In the meantime, locally printed paper copies of AJFA posters may be substituted as necessary. Please click here to download USDA’s AJFA poster and see the printing details below. CEs may also use the 2015 version of the AJFA poster if they are not able to print the current version.  

Please Keep the older version of the AJFA posters up until new ones are distributed to CEs by TDA.

Printing Details: 

  • Download the poster via the link above. Do not alter the poster in any way. 
  • The poster can be printed on 11x17 paper
  • Select the "Fit to Print" option on your printer to ensure the edges of the poster are viable when printed. 
  • Posters may be laminated and reused, but lamination is not required. 
  • One poster is sufficient per site and needs to be displayed in a prominent location, viewable by participants.



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