The artists in this exhibit give voice to marginalized and underrepresented communities and individuals while addressing discrimination, racism, colonialism, identity, immigration, and assimilation. Organized in collaboration with the artist initiative, For Freedoms, this exhibit is part of a non-partisan nationwide campaign that uses art to inspire civic participation and responds to Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms: freedom of speech, freedom to worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. Artists: Hugo Bastidas, Monica S. Camin, Dominique Duroseau, Gladys Grauer, Caren King Choi, and Raymond E. Mingst.
This exhibition of women’s rights and advocacy posters, created by both men and women, challenges gender inequality and stereotypes, advocates for reproductive and sexual rights, and promotes women’s empowerment and equal participation in society. This exhibit is organized and curated by Professor Elizabeth Resnick, Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
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