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An Art Campaign Against Arizona Immigration Law

5/13/2010 10:33:38 AM

Tags: Jeff Severns Guntzel, arts, visual art, immigration, Arizona, SB1070

Activists demanding federal intervention to defend immigrant rights in Arizona have launched an art campaign, encouraging artists looking to channel their outrage to submit poster designs. A gallery is up at the Alto Arizona website. Here are a few samples:

Arizona Immigration Law poster by Melanie Cervantes

By Melanie Cervantes

 

Arizona Immigration Law poster by Joel Garcia
By Joel Garcia

 

Arizona Immigration Law by Jon Garza

By Jon Garza

(Thanks, Eyeteeth.)

Source: Just Seeds

 



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dana_3
5/15/2010 1:26:08 PM
"Alto" can also mean stop. I'm guessing that's the way they are using it.

Ralph Marshall
5/14/2010 10:56:24 AM
What is the meaning of 'alto' in this context? Above? Over? Better than?






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