Powerful protest art. Can't reach for the stars when your people are incarcerated at horrifically unjust rates.

Protest art depicting the horrifying rates of incarceration of POC especially black men in America. while white people get to reach for the stars/american dream

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African American Art Community's Response to Black Lives Matter

March With History's Greatest Writers On Your Side, Thanks To Molly Crabapple's Protest Art | The Huffington Post

March With History's Greatest Writers On Your Side, Thanks To This Protest Art

“There is No Hierarchy of Oppression” – by Audre Lorde Read by: Lauren Lyons “I was born Black, and a woman. I am trying to become the strongest person I can become to live …

Shepard Fairey for The Amplifier Foundation

Women's Marches creativity

“Artist Shepard Fairey behind the iconic "Hope" poster of Obama releases series of inspiring images in time for

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"HANDS UP DON'T SHOOT" Keep protesting the racial injustice in the Untied States.injustice is still alive and well.

Juxtaposed  Flowers - peace, natural vs war - violence and death

Juxtaposed Flowers - peace, natural vs war - violence and death - i like how the design reminds me of the quote "make art not war"

Don't throw tear gas - we can cry by ourselves

"Don't Throw Tear Gas - We can cry by ourselves." sign being hold by a crying punk in a gas mask. Size: inches by inches For you folks on the metric system: millimeters by 140 millimeters

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