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Inspired by multiethnic, multiracial, intersectional activism of the Poor People’s Campaign in 1968, which brought over 50,000 protesters to D.C. to demand an end to poverty, librarians and artists at the DC Public Library have created a portfolio of prints exploring the urgent issues of 1968 and 2018 from a local perspective.
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April 29, 2014
When I first heard the British band Huggy Bear, and their song lyric “This is the sound of the Revolution!” I really did feel like I was listening to the…
September 2, 2020
I was invited to participate in a local street art & graffiti alley jam last week and decided to paint a baby mural showing what images come up to mind…
September 29, 2005
A few weeks back we wrote about a new sticker campaign called Corporate Vandals Not Welcome. The stickers target advertisers who use techniques cribbed from street art in order to…
October 6, 2020
First things first, I’ve launched a small Spoonflower shop of some of my political fabric patterns. You can check it out and buy fabric HERE. Because I don’t have the…