56 2nd Street
Artist Reception Friday, February 5th from 5-9pm
Work will remain on display through March 25, 2016 "2015 has been a year marked by serious movements for social justice and equality for all. From the Black Lives Matter working to rebuild the Black liberation movement to the fight for marriage equality, female reproductive rights, and an end to Xenophobia, groups have organized on the local, national, and international front to take a stand for a recognition of and end to the violation of human rights." ACTIVATE will recognize and celebrate the role of art in activism. The exhibition will be curated by local activist and poet Amani O+
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