Mobile Justice – Virginia

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WE SUPPORT THE MEN AND WOMEN OF LAW ENFORCEMENT The United States of America was founded on the principles of liberty, justice, and the rule of law; we believe that American law enforcement is essential to the maintenance of our freedom. Facing the extraordinary realities of policing in the 21st century, the vast majority are … Continue reading Mobile Justice – Virginia

I Can’t Keep Quiet

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“These women are from different states and never met till today. They practiced this song online. I was crying the whole time I filmed this. Show them some love.” ~Alma Har’el   These women are from different states and never met till today. They practiced this song online. I was crying the whole time I … Continue reading I Can’t Keep Quiet

Amazing Grace

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via People’s Action In his eulogy for Reverend Pinckney at Mother Emanuel in Charleston, South Carolina, President Obama said “to feed the hungry and clothe the naked and house the homeless is not just a call for isolated charity but the imperative of a just society.” In tragedy and crisis, President Obama led the nation … Continue reading Amazing Grace

Stop Asking What The Women’s March Is “About”

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A rally to support the Women’s March on Washington PARKING for our rally at IX: This thing is getting BIG! Yes, IX Art Park has onsite parking, but there are businesses in operation on Sat., and we want to be considerate. Please carpool, bike, use transit [Charlottesville Area Transit (CAT) ] Routes 1&6 come close), … Continue reading Stop Asking What The Women’s March Is “About”

We the People: public art for the inauguration and beyond

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Eight years ago, the artist Shepard Fairey made the iconic image that captured a period of HOPE in America. Today we are in a very different moment, one that requires new images that reject the hate, fear, and open racism that were normalized during the 2016 presidential campaign. So on Inauguration Day, We the People … Continue reading We the People: public art for the inauguration and beyond