From Arnelle Williams ’17 and Rajaa Elidrissi ’16:
On Feb 20th, in honor of Black History Month, we will be holding the Art of Protest gallery. We are accepting all mediums of art. The theme of this year’s protest is “saving our race.” We want this to be a collaborative effort with the SOC communities.
If you choose to submit, please fill out this form.
We need the finished pieces by Feb 18th. Arnelle Williams and Rajaa Elidrissi will be picking submissions on that day.
Date: Until Wednesday, February 18th
Place: we’ll pick it up!
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