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Title
Lydia X.Z. Brown -- We The Future -- Are Building Disability Justice
Work Type
Political sticker
Date
2018
Location
United States
Description
Lydia X. Z. Brown is a disability justice advocate, organizer, educator, attorney, strategist, and writer whose work has largely focused on violence against multiply-marginalized disabled people, especially institutionalization, incarceration, and policing... Lydia co-leads the project on disability rights and algorithmic fairness at the Institute for Technology Law and Policy at Georgetown University Law Center, teaches for Georgetown University’s Disability Studies Program through the Department of English, and supports the Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network’s public policy advocacy. " -- Image of boy wearing a shirt with text that states, " "Disabled & Proud." Text on the back of the sticker states: @autistichoya + bazelon.org, @k8deciccio + @amplifierart.
Repository
Courtesy of the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery.
ID Number
sag_2018_us_amplifier_005a.tif; sag_2018_us_amplifier_005b.tif
Source
Amplifier Foundation
Title-Alternative
We The Future Campaign
Language
English
Curator's Notes
This sticker was catalogued by Katherine Simmonds, St. Lawrence University Class of 2020, as part of an independent research project.
Acknowledgement
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Council of Independent Colleges provided funding support for this project.
Notes
The Amplifier Foundation strives to create art that gives voice to grassroots movements in the United States. Its goal is to “reclaim and rebuild an American identity rooted in equality, dignity, diversity, truth, and beauty,” by distributing powerful, creative messages on graphics and stickers, designed by well-known artists such as Shepard Fairey, Kate DeCiccio, and Monk One. The Amplifier Foundation delivers symbols of hope through its Education Amplifiers project, involving K-12 students in social change because they are the generation that determines the future. The Amplifier Foundation builds campaigns that can change the national narrative in the United States. “We flip artists into activists, and observers into participants.”
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