Tag: Social justice

Voices for Justice

The Cambridge Public Library Foundation’s Voices for Justice virtual series elevates conversations around racial and social justice through discussions with Black authors and diverse activists from across greater Boston. Click the links below to sign up for upcoming talks April 13 –  John Lewis: Good Trouble Roundtable Discussion, hosted by […]

Standing Up | DON WEST

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery Don West, “STOOPdanza,” from “JUSTICE on the STOOP” series, Photography Don West, “STOOP,” from “JUSTICE on the STOOP” series, Photography Don West, “STOOPdanza,” from “JUSTICE on the STOOP” series, Photography Artist Statement Don West Fri, Mar 12, 9:16 PM (14 hours ago) […]

Standing Up | CHAWKY FRENN

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery Chawky Frenn, “We the People #72” Chawky Frenn, “We the People #58” Chawky Frenn, “We the People #55” Artist Statement As a Lebanese immigrant fleeing a war-torn country in 1981, coming to the United States was coming to a land of opportunity, […]

Standing Up | ARCHY LASALLE

In Partnership with Cambridge College, 2021 Image Gallery Archy LaSalle, Photography, 2018 Archy LaSalle, Photography, 2020 Archy LaSalle, Photography, 2018 Artist Statement “WHERE ARE ALL THE BLACK PEOPLE AT” is a project that began with the slow burn realization that there was a colossal lack of representation of Black visual […]

In the Time of COVID-19 | 2020-2021 Invitational Series of Multimedia Art

With support from Stable Ground Boston Featured Artist: SalvadoreJiménez-Flores Los Caminos de la Vida “My work explores the politics of identity, the state of double consciousness, and the outlook of “the other” by addressing issues of colonization, migration, history, cultural appropriation, and futurism. This virtual exhibition series of multimedia art, […]