Art and Activism: Posters for Social Change

Watch the recording for Art and Activism: Posters for Social Change, a Living New Deal online forum.

Social movements historically have used posters to spread the word, build solidarity and demand change. During the New Deal, the WPA employed artists, graphic designers and printers to promote public health, tourism, education, the arts and more. In the digital age, a new generation of activists is harnessing the power of the poster to demand a Green New Deal.

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