The Culture - Voices For Power

The Culture

Part of creating a liberated world is shifting hearts and minds. Culture is essential to this.

Check out art from BIPOC, queer, and trans artists in our Freedom Art Collaborative, several artists from across the U.S. who created designs based on the prompt, “What does BIPOC political power mean to you?

And learn how you can get some free merch from us below!

Freedom Art Collaborative

Jen White-Johnson

She/her/hers

Maryland

Dale Deforest

He/him/his

New Mexico

Mojo Disco

She/her/hers

New York

Yessica Jimenez

She/her/hers

Wisconsin

Antonius Bui

They/them

New Haven, CT

“BlackStar” by Cheeno Ghee

If you study movements, you know that art speaks. With our Strategic Direction, we worked with a group of BIPOC artists and asked them what BIPOC political power means to them.

Cheeno Ghee, a Black queer rapper from North Carolina, wrote the song “BlackStar” about Black power and liberation. Check out the track.

cheenoghee

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