Social Justice Themed Graphic Posters from Communities in Mexico
Proceeds of poster sales 100% to support the movements!
Opening March 11 from 6pm to 10pm
Uri-Eichen Gallery 2101 S Halsted, Chicago IL 60608
J. Martin from STITCH Milwaukee, a community organization, and Pancho MacFarland on the posters and the Zapatista Movement.
Pancho McFarland, PhD, is a former b-boy, current hip hop head, professor of sociology at Chicago State University, author, martial artist and father. He is an activist within the food justice and local food movements.r, martial artist
Live music with Linda Boyle and Adam Gottlieb 8pm
Linda doesn’t just sing a song, she tells our stories. A Chicago singer, song writer, Linda Boyle’s repertoire includes many originals, roots, world, folk, Blues, Country and Old Time. She sings in several languages, with a large repertoire in Spanish. Her performances include festivals in the Midwest to South Dakota and countless rallies and events supporting peace, anti-racism, workers, public education, immigrant rights and folks with disabilities.
Open by appointment through April 1, 2016. For an appointment, call 312 852 7717
April 8th Opening: Con Justicia Para Todos- Group with Rene Arceo, Eric Garcia, Oscar Luis Martinez, Nicole Marroquin, Gabriel Villa, and The 96 Acres Project. (In)Justice for All Film Screening April 22nd.
May –September: Each month a new show on growing income inequality in America- Oscar Magallanes, Uri-Eichen collaborates with the Maxwell Street Foundation, 1%: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality (a collaboration with the Gage Gallery), Group