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Everybody’s Got a Right to Live


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Re-print from Justseeds’ Poor People’s Campaign Print Portfolio, Everybody’s Got A Right To Live was inspired by the community garden movements in West Oakland (shout out to Bottoms Up Community Garden)- tracing roots back to the Black Panther Party’s food sovereignty goals. The phrase was taken from a song by Jimmy Collier & Rev Fred Kirkpatrick and popularized by Pete Seeger.

Sarah Farahat

IMAGE: young pair of hands planting onions that turn into abstract city forms. TEXT: “Everybody’s got a Right to Live” handscripted

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