This collection explores the interconnected categories of race, social class, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and other aspects of identity as they relate to systems of oppression.
A plywood mural has been painted depicting Bruce Lee & Kareem Abdul Jabbar as well as a dragon.
A large-scale wheat paste mural takes up the side of a business wall. The image is on a black rectangular background, bordered with white/cream. A Native person looks up at the word "RISE" bordered by two lightning bolts. Their portrait is done in a…
On a backdrop of white paint, a portrait of an Indigenous (Native) American man wearing full traditional dress. The portrait is completed in a stylized glitch, making it difficult to discern clear detail, but the man's feathered headdress, earrings,…
"Protect Indigenous People No More Stolen and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives #MMIWGT2S" spray painted in red on a sidewalk. MMIWGT2S refers to the Three Sisters Collective.
Various text spray painted in black on a sidewalk including "realrentduwamish.org," "earth first," "land back," and "fuck SPD."
Painting of the Paul Castaway mural in progress
A mural on a storefront which reading "Protect The Sacred," "Protectmaunakea," and "NoDAPL." The mural includes a black and white image of an Indigenous person wearing traditional attire, accompanied by additional text.
A mural painted on brick wall of an Indigenous person with the text reading "Still Here" and "From Dine" and "To The Tongva." The Tongva are the Indigenous People of California. Additional text is painted in the center of the mural.
A blue heart spray painted with the stenciled text "Be Celebrated Not Tolerated."
A sticker showing seven fists in different flesh tones. One fist is blue, pink and white (trans pride flag) and one is rainbow colored (LGBTQ).