With our final Redlining poster, one thing is clear:
Racist tools designed to separate and dehumanize “others” can in fact be reckoned with and even “hacked” to serve a higher calling, that is, to bring “others” together for the purpose of humanizing all of us on our own terms.
Photography for this poster is courtesy of Samanta Helou-Hernandez: @sami_helou
Design for this poster is courtesy of Crisanto Simatu: @crisanto.illustration
Our panel series this March is being hosted by the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council: @easthollywoodnc.
Find our Press Release for Making Our Neighborhood…A Panel Series, HERE.
And RSVP to the hottest event in Los Angeles this March at EastHollywood.EventBrite.com.
In our twenty-seventh episode, we chat with none other than Dante Mitchell, a Spoken Word artist, musician, and community organizer from South Los Angeles. Dante talks about his upbringing through the Open Mic scene in Los Angeles with the mentoring support of Mike The Poet, his community fundraiser with the famous Eso Won Books, as well as his most recent event organizing with Hot and Cool cafe, and much more. A really special session for listeners, especially Los Youngs coming up in The City.
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