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PO Box Collective, 1401 W Farwell Ave, Chicago, IL 60626

A window exhibition at the PO Box Collective in Chicago featuring a collection of images curated to mark the legacy of the Attica prison uprising 49 years ago, and the contemporary movement to #FreeThemAll. Come take a look at our street facing gallery, and pick up resources to learn about Attica and help you take action on current abolition campaigns.

Featuring work by: Ivan Arenas, Robert Boyd, Francisco Estrada, Darrell Fair, Maria Gaspar, Salvador Herrera, Aaron Hughes, Sam Kirk, Damon Locks, Charles McLaurin, Josh McPhee, Zachary Meeks, Flynard Miller, Roger Peet, Grae Rosa, Aija Suuta, Monica Trinidad, and Zola.

Original artwork by artists at Stateville Maximum Security Prison courtesy of the Prison + Neighborhood Arts Project. Additional artwork from the Free Them All Graphic Care Package by Justseeds Artists Cooperative  and Archival images from Interference Archive.

Organized by Aaron Hughes and Mary Zerkel. Supported by the PO Box Collective, American Friends Service Committee, Prison + Neighborhood Arts Project, Justseeds Artists Cooperative, and Interference Archive.

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