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Mud Stenciling for Migrant Rights in Milwaukee

May 4, 2013

Good things arise out of collaborations and art exhibitions. During the Justseeds SGCI install in March in Milwaukee I noticed folks from Yes – Youth Empowered in the Struggle – who work in conjunction with Voces de la Frontera – attend many of the talks and workshops. After the event, discussions were generated on how to create more activist art projects in Milwaukee. Well, recently Jesse Graves shared tactics and gave a mud stencil workshop to Yes and Raoul Deal shared images from the “Migration Now” portfolio. The results can be seen in this video in preparation for the May 1 March for Immigrant and Worker Rights through downtown.


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