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Not One More Deportation

OVER 1.5 million people have been deported by the Obama administration. As an artist I am using my voice to take a stand and call for an end to the criminalization of migrant (and people of color and working class) communities. #Not1More

You can join in the fight too, you are the resistance:


Against a light teal background, a woman holds her hands to her face in anguish. She has brown skin and black hair, and she wears an orange sweater. A colorized photograph of a man being taken away by a Police ICE officer, in handcuffs, is at the bottom right. To his side, white silhouettes of protesting people carrying signs and speaking into a megaphone. Text above states, “Not one more Deportation. Ni una deportación más.” #Not1More #NiUnaMás.

Reflections of Healing

Reflections of Healing

September 28, 2014

Join me at the Oakland Museum of California for the public unveiling of Reflections of Healing, a large-scale art installation created by artist and educator Brett Cook with participation from…