An archival quality (18x24) fine art print on thick 100% rag featuring the work of Jackie Fawn will be given to anyone who donates to help us move activism through art.
Option for wood frame with styrene face.
Open edition fine art prints are printed on demand - please allow up to 14 days for delivery. Thank you for your patience!
Indigenous artist Jackie Fawn is a resilient voice for the protection of our natural resources, especially those that have been misused and endangered by colonization. Fawn created this artwork during her time at Standing Rock, where she joined other indigenous people and their allies in the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The image depicts a warrior Unci Maka, or Mother Earth. “#uncimaka carries the sacred waters of the planet in her womb as do we women. We have every right to be standing for our water,” Fawn says.
In 2017, Amplifier partnered with Fawn and the People’s Climate March to distribute thousands of posters of this artwork in Washington, D.C. and beyond.
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