18"x24" offset open edition prints featuring renowned Sikh activist, filmmaker, and civil rights lawyer, Valarie Kaur of the Revolutionary Love Project, by Shepard Fairey will be given to anyone who donates $20 to help us move activism through art.
Valarie's portrait is the first in our year long series of artworks and toolkits designed to reframe the issues that have been used to divide us and start the conversations that can restore our faith in each other, renew our hope, and repair the social fabric of this country that has been torn apart. Each of us has a role in building an America where all of us are safe and free, and we will only succeed if we lead with the ethic of love. These conversations are the only way to rebuild our union. This is a challenging time to talk about empathy, outreach, and love but how else can we rebuild? What other foundation can we lay down but love? Revolutionary love is scary but necessary in these times.
This artwork can be activated by our new app #AmplifierAR to bring it to life and deliver a message directly from Valarie about birthing the world to come, and leaving no one behind.
Donations made to Amplifier are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Amplifier is registered under RCW19.09. You may contact the Washington Secretary of State at 800.332.4483 or visit sos.wa.gov/charities for more information.