Why Art + Culture?
We believe that sharing art and stories about our own experiences of migration and racism in new and creative ways helps to shift narratives in the wider public. By seeing people and situations from new angles — including our opponents, our allies, and ourselves — we can face our own biases and prejudices, address anti-Blackness in society and our movements, define what alternatives to incarceration truly look like, and envision the most inclusive paths to getting there.
Creativity is a process of thinking, feeling, and most importantly doing. We invite you to share these resources online, and come together in person to make change now.
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ART & STORY SESSIONS
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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Stencil + Banner Toolkit
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: