Richmond Working Families VS Big Oil

About 30 sign-toting residents and activists assembled at City Hall in Richmond California to rail against what they say is a heavy handed attempt by Chevron Corp. to influence the Nov. 4th 2014 election. They also announced their own new political action committee backing progressive candidates. The residents raised banners and stood in front of…

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Not1More ICE Shutdown

America’s immigration policies have done one thing very well… keep our prison populations at capacity. When you understand that this is a for profit institution collecting bonuses for meeting maximum quotas, you make the connection that the corporations lobbying and pushing these policies are the very same ones reaping the bonuses. This is done without…

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Whistleblower Painting – The Intercept, Citizenfour and Dirty Wars Launch

In Brooklyn New York  the paperback launch of “Dirty Wars” featured Jeremy Scahill, Glenn Greenwald & Laura Poitras who are all founding members and editors of The Intercept. The magazine was supposed to serve as a platform to report on the documents released by Edward Snowden in the short term, and to “produce fearless, adversarial…

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New York City Banner Drop

During my time at Mayday, a three story building in Brooklyn New York designated as the art hub for The People’s Climate March, I had the pleasure of meeting many different organizations and people. While juggling the scheduling and running of 10 different art spaces via a website I designed for The People’s Climate March…

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Standing Rock #NODAPL Interchangeable Banners

These banners with interchangeable messaging were created in Standing Rock during the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). They are stenciled and made up of our sacred colors with personal messages to the next 7 Generations and comprised of the handprints of the Indigenous children and adults from Oceti Sakowin. Handprints are one of…

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