As Black Lives Matter and Black Trans Lives Matter protests sweep the country, many are searching for additional ways to support the movement while seeking justice for the Black and trans communities. Starting today, more than 50 photographers and graphic designers are raising funds for the fight against systemic racism through the fundraising initiative Reframing the Future.
Both emerging and established artists are offering their work for the photographic print sale, with 100 percents of its proceed going to charities that support Black Lives Matter. Through June 30, the sale will benefit both the National Bail Out, which provides bail for Black community members, and the Marsha P. Johnson Initiative, which advocates for the lives of Black trans people.
Prices for the prints range from $25 to $100 plus shipping. Artists with work in the sale (so far) include: Anaraim, Araba Ankuma, Asia Denise-Shelton, Ben Beagent, Camila Falquez, Chris Rhodes, Corey Olsen, Cruz Valdez, Damien Maloney, Dan Duran, Daniel Jack Lyons, Daria Kobayashi Ritch, Davey Adésida, Don Brodie, Francesco Nazardo, Gabriel Boaz Munhoz, Genie Kausto, Guen Fiore, Hans Neumann, Heather Hazzan, Inès Manai, Jackie Kursel, Jimmy Marble, Joyce Ng, June Canedo de Souza, Kyle Weeks, Lawrence Agyei, Lia Clay Miller, Lucia Buricelli, Lucie Rox, Madison Voelkel, Mat + Kat, Markn, Miranda Barnes, Myriah Acosta, Natalia Neuhaus, Nico Kartel, Olya Oleinic, Oumayma B. Tanfous, Peter Ash Lee, Rafael Rios, Robbie Lawrence, Ryan James Caruthers, Sabrina Santiago, Sam Nixon, Scandebergs, Théo de Gueltzl, Vanessa Granda, and Vivek Vad.
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