WOMEN IN RE-ENTRY DAY 2019
In Spring 2019, I collaborated with members of The People's Paper Co-op to create visuals to celebrate Philly’s third annual Women in Re-Entry Day, which were used as protest signs in a rally demanding an end to cash bail, and used as designs for t-shirts and posters to raise money to bail women out of jail in time for Mother’s Day 2019.
BECAUSE I WAS INCARCERATED…
In Spring 2018 and 2019, I collaborated with members of The People's Paper Co-op to create a series of posters that shows the impact incarceration has on our communities in Philly. The People’s Paper Co-op used the series in two marches on City Hall to demand an end to cash bail, and displayed the posters at Broad Street Ministries.
LETTER FROM A BIRMINGHAM JAIL
In April 2017, I collaborated with members of Voice of the Experienced (VOTE) to create images for a live, dramatic reading of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from a Birmingham Jail.
FORMERLY + CURRENTLY INCARCERATED WOMEN’S DAY
In Fall 2017, I worked again with the members of Voice of the Experienced (VOTE) to organize the creation of banners, signs, bags, and other art for a march on New Orleans’ City Hall that celebrated formerly and currently incarcerated women and girls.