Artists and writers producing work in the streets – including tags, graffiti, murals, stickers, and other installations on walls, pavement, and signs – are in a unique position to respond quickly and effectively in a moment of crisis.
MAPPING GEORGE FLOYD AND ANTI-RACIST STREET ART: in the context of a crisis, street art has the potential to transform urban space and foster a sustained political dialogue, reaching a wide audience and making change possible.
MAPPING COVID-19 STREET ART: see an explosion of street art around the world created in response to the Covid-19 global pandemic, even as our movement in public spaces is limited due to public health concerns.
John Robert Lewis (February 21, 1940 – July 17, 2020)
Obituary in Reuters
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John Lewis has passed the baton to us. He dedicated his life to getting into good trouble that will transform generations, and now looks to us to do the same. Let’s make him proud🙏🏾👊🏾✨#March #Vote #Resist #ThankYouJohnLewis #GoodTrouble #CongressmanJohnLewis (PS: Google “John Lewis Bridge Petition”!) https://www.change.org/p/public-renaming-the-edmund-pettus-bridge
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