Maybe there’s another reason for the U.S./Mexico wall. A smart reason. A smart business reason. Wouldn’t “The Wall” make a great marketing theme for a new chain of hotels? You know, something like what political activist and graffiti artist Banksy has done in Bethlehem…
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This is Black Friday and Consumer Perspective thought that his song and video Impulse Buyers was an appropriate post for today. Don’t get caught up in the frenzy. 1:01 min. 2 MB https://youtu.be/j2gmmvrNPKU?list=PLAfyFl12ZjsiK3BXfmMvkNm5xQgZLohAl
Originally posted on Eyes on Europe & Middle East :
Polish artist and illustrator Paweł Kuczyński is famous for his political and satirical take on world events filled with thought provoking messages ( in some of them )as his works specialize in satirical illustration. He’s one of the most influential…
“In this election year where I’ve heard so many commentators say that Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders are raging against the machine, the… Rage Against the Machine had to step up and say, ‘We’re gonna show you how to do it right.’” …Prophets of Rage are calling for ground-up political activism.” ~ Mandy Freebairn
Spoken Word Artist Saul Williams Extended Interview on His New Album, “Martyr Loser King” | Democracy Now!
Here’s the riveting full-length interview of creative activist, spoken word artist, and actor Saul Williams with Amy Goodman on Democracy Now! “In an extended interview with Saul Williams, a world-renown spoken word artist, he discusses his career of mixing poetry, music and acting; reads some of his poetry, […]
Seph Lawless (real name unknown) takes photographs of modern-day ruins. He says, “I love this country to death. But I want people to look at my images and see the beginning of the end of the greatest economic machine that the world has ever seen… America.”
Imagine what it would be like to be a refugee. Alicia Keys does just that in “Let Me In.” The twist is that they’re fleeing to Mexico to reach safety… from California.
Tani Bruguera is a Cuban artist and political activist. She is opening the Institute of Art Activism in Havana this September. The Russian feminist punk collective Pussy Riot will be the first artists-in-residence. The Woman Trying to Change Cuba’s Cultural Landscape – and Stay Out of Jail (Link) In the […]