Are you marching on May Day (May 1st)? Help us by capturing #art4 migrant rights! Please share and spread the word
- SEE pro-migrant art: Posters, Puppets, Banners, Costumes, Signs
- CAPTURE it (with photos, audio and/or videos)
- UPLOAD & TAG it #art4
Use mobile apps to take photos, audio and/or videos. Tag them with #art4 so we can find them online and share them.
- Photos: Twitter, Instagram or Flickr
- Audio clips: SoundCloud (Only record 3-5 minutes though)
- Video clips: Vine (6 second videos) or Youtube Capture app
- or email photos or links to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
CultureStrike will post stories about the art and share the work via social media. Check out at http://culturestrike.net/
WORK connects us all. LABOR connects us all
Celebrate May Day by celebrating workers, demanding citizenship for all 11 million and an end to the deportations.
I developed this piece for the AFL-CIO. Yesterday, Richard Trumpka, AFL-CIO President said, “We know that there will be a roadmap to citizenship soon, but not soon enough for hundreds of thousands of hard working people and immigrant communities. We call on the administration to cease deportations of people who will soon be eligible for a long overdue roadmap to citizenship so the legislative process can proceed without prolonging the crisis. That is the sensible and humane thing to do. When a war is about to end, it makes sense to reach a cease-fire rather than extend the suffering needlessly.”
Come out and join Melanie Cervantes, Jesus Barraza, myself and many others at Galeria de la Raza for the opening of “Empujando Tinta”, a Ten year retrospective featuring prints by more than 30 artists that the taller has collaborated with.
Empujando Tinta Taller Tupac Amaru: Ten Years Of Collaborative Activism Opening Reception: Saturday, May 4 @ 7:30 p.m.
Galería de la Raza | 2857 24th Street • San Francisco, CA 94110
I’ll be in San Diego at the UCSD Cross-Cultural Center this Monday 4/29 doing a lecture and talking about all the different ways in which art is used as a visual tool of protest. For more information, check out the FB event page here