Library Art


Bec Young


1967, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said:

"we see that there must be a radical redistribution of economic and political power"


Virginia Commonwealth University Sociology Professor Jesse Goldstein & Molly Fair

John Clare (1793-1864)

wrote this line in the poem to an insignificant flower obscurely blooming in a lonely wild. Romantic-era poet opposed to enclosure

Celeste Beyers

explains art for Freedom to Breathe bus tour

CHIP THOMAS with Raechel Running,

When the Sugarbowl Ski Resort in Flagstaff, AZ was faced with bankrupcy, they got permission from the National Forest Service to create snow from recycled waste water.

Members of thirteen native tribes living in the surrounding San Fransisco Peaks fought to prevent

Artist Chip Thomas collaborated with members

Arizona for several years as they fought against .

800 years of recorded life

continued residence of deities who created the universe

deities at the origins of the universe

Tear Down the Walls! Build Up the People!

Loving your enemy is manifest in putting your arms not around the man but around the social situation - to take power from those who misuse it, at which point they can become human too "

Bayard Rustin, 1964

civil rights, gay rights, non-violence advocate. Advisor to Martin Luther King, Jr.

Roger Peet

Screenprint on muslin

Ernesto Yerena

the Revolution Evolves

Jessica Sabogal

Women are Perfect

Women's March

Molly Crabapple


Jess X Snow

Brooke Fischer, Jessica Sabogal, Arlene Mejorado, Jackie Fawn, Joanna Price, and Mary Prudie

“We the Resilient”

Victoria Garcia