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Ten Point Program: White Panther Party


I printed this poster of the White Panther Party 10-Point Program in response to the racist attempts to not certify Detroit election results by Wayne County Republicans. I printed this to remember the legacy of the radical anti-racist, anti-colonial, and anti-capitalist activism by (some) white folx in Detroit and Michigan. Pictured is Anishinaabe (Grand River Bands) activist and White Panther Party co-founder Pun Plamondon, who was adopted out and didn’t know he was Anishinaabe until later in life.

The Art of Dead Labor

The Art of Dead Labor

November 13, 2010

During September and October, I had a solo show at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. The exhibition, “Big Enough to Win, Big Enough to Lose,” brought together a…