I recently made a poster for a special event in Oakland, California: "FROM THE BRONX TO THE BAY: Race, Manhood and Schooling"-- hosted by Homies Empowerment at Eastlake, YMCA. The talk will be by UC Berkeley, PhD student, Angel Gonzalez and topics such as homophobia, sexism, violence towards women, colonialism and the meaning of masculinity will be discussed. I wish I could make it but I STRONGLY encourage anyone in the Bay area to attend.
I am, however, super happy to have been able to take some part in the event by creating the poster for it. The occasion called for something, simple, quick, thought-provoking and somewhat "cool" for young people from the streets to relate to. "Old english" letters as well as Graffiti served as inspiration for this piece.
For more information and context, Telemundo filmed a short special on the area, people and issues dealt with daily, as well as the man behind Homies Dinner, César Cruz. It's also filmed in Spanish, so my apologies for not having an alternative for non-Spanish speakers.
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