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Issue No. 16 - Chaos

Hope, Activism, and Inauguration Day

Hope, Activism, and Inauguration Day

© Alexander Gardner, Library of Congress

© Alexander Gardner, Library of Congress

By Baylee McKeel

The incredible ability of the American people to come together in times of hardship is not to be forgotten. Whether it be physically as we gather in the streets to remind Trump of the diverse, powerful, and passionate country that he serves, or mentally as we pledge to support and protect one another in these coming years. We must look back and remember the important milestones that our country has achieved and continue to build on them. We must move forward with hope in ourselves and never forget the power of unity and action. These next four years are full of uncertainty and we will need to rely on one another more so than ever. Hope and activism are the fuel of revolutions, and art is the catalyst. We have an unforeseeable future politically and a fierce and passionate one artistically. In the words of my colleague “alright, here we go”. 

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Read the List of Art Organizations Protesting for #J20

Read the List of Art Organizations Protesting for #J20