Activists are organizing a “call-in day” to remind politicians of the ongoing crisis with a protest-performance planned in New York this weekend.
Since the trend is getting a little repetitive — though its message no less urgent — we got a little creative and ranked this weekend’s interventions. Using soup cans, of course.🥫
Photographer Kisha Bari captured a demonstration at Foley Square in Manhattan, one of several across the city and nation.
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The protesters also targeted the British government’s controversial plan to build a road near the Stonehenge site.
This weekend, artist Lorenzo Bussi collaborated with cleaning workers to protest poor working conditions and low pay at the glitzy contemporary art museum.
The shirts, which feature an empty plinth and rope, have already sold out.
A photography exhibition at the Getty bears witness to activism but lacks the space to do it justice.
As protestors use every possible tool to reject the coup peacefully, the use of art and humor has generated a collective identity in a country marked by social disparity.
BP or not BP? staged the demonstration as part of a day of action convened by the Alaskan Indigenous organizations Defend the Sacred AK and Native Movement.
As the president continued to downplay the dangers of the virus, a group of artists and activists gathered on Tuesday to mourn the thousands of lives lost and urge the country to vote.
Lebanon Then and Now at the Middle East Institute creates a dialogue between two generations of Lebanese photographers.