Wear Your Resistance: Exploring Images of Protest

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Join the Somerville Public Library and Wee the People for an exploration of symbols of protest.

From the raised fist to the peace sign to the simple word "NO," symbols of protest have played a big role in protesting injustice and ushering in change. Learn about different images of resistance then choose one to make a t-shirt of your own!

About Wee the People:

Wee The People (WTP) is a Boston-based racial and social justice education project that designs high-impact, arts-based programming for kids, anti-racism workshops for communities, and professional development training for organizations. Founded and led by Black women since 2015, Wee The People aims to:

  • INSPIRE children to notice and speak out against injustice
  • SUPPORT parents and educators in starting and sustaining conversations about race and equity with kids
  • CENTER and affirm the experience of Black and other equity-deserving communities

Questions? Contact Kerry: keodonnell@somervillema.gov

This workshop is part of the Somerville Public Library's 2023 Somerville Reads programming. For more information about Somerville Reads, visit: https://www.somervillepubliclibrary.org/adults/somerville-reads-2023

West Branch Community Room
Start Time: 
11:00 AM
End Time: 
12:30 PM

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