Asian American Writers Workshop
American Civil Liberties Union of California
Center For Media Justice - CultureSHIFT Lab
Hank Willis Thomas
Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
Jose Antonio Vargas
Movement Strategy Center
Priority Africa Network
Transgender Law Center
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Our curriculum includes art-based activities to encourage introspection, imagination, and visionary solutions to address anti-Black racism and stand with immigrants and refugees. The guide leads participants through questions about how these issues intersect with their own stories. It’s designed to engage young people and adults, and is great for your circle of friends, book clubs, youth ministries, parent groups, community organizations, and more.
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Inspiring, positive, and compelling visuals are key to any successful movement or campaign. From worker justice to racial justice to immigrant and refugee rights, our art kit includes over a dozen free templates and step-by-step videos that take you through making stencils and banners using affordable supplies.
We’d love to see these resources in action! Please share your own images and ideas on social media using the hashtag #UntilWeAreAllFree. If you have questions or suggestions on how to improve these resources, don’t hesitate to contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plus, check out some photos from our journey thus far:
Want to take a deeper dive? Check out some of the writing, videos, and even a music playlist that’s inspired our work so far:
CultureStrike is a national organization that empowers artists and social justice movements to dream big, disrupt the status quo, transform public opinion on migration, and envision a truly just world rooted in shared humanity through art. We believe cultural work is key to creating systemic change.
Mobilize the Immigrant Vote (MIV) is a statewide multiracial California alliance building the voting power of low-income immigrant and refugee New American communities of color. We lead with culture to root our equity campaigns and efforts in the collective values and histories of our communities.
Black Alliance for Just Immigration (BAJI) educates and engages African American and black immigrant communities to organize and advocate for racial, social, and economic justice. With organizing committees in New York, Georgia, California, and Arizona, BAJI offers trainings, partners with faith communities, and initiates vibrant dialogues on racism, migration and globalization.
We couldn’t do our work without the thoughtful, heartfelt, and passionate contributions of the many visual artists, activists, writers, movement leaders, musicians, performers, and culture workers advancing racial justice and rights for migrants and refugees. Meet some of the talented people who have helped us get off the ground: