I don’t care for anything as much as I care for art. Like most artists I’ve worked plenty of jobs outside of the art field, but even the more interesting jobs leave my soul feeling empty.Read More
The creative person is vulnerable in that we want to experience everything fully, by fully I mean being present in all ways- emotional, mental, and physical availability. Artists tend to remain fully present even when situations become toxic or harmful. Self-preservation becomes an afterthought.Read More
Babies and young children are being ripped away from their mothers, fathers, and relatives at the border. It's not unlikely to feel helpless at this time, but there is a will so there certainly a way to provide assistance.Read More
Crisis at the border / Children and babies are separated from their families. Links for ways and organizations who assist migrants and refugees found here
Handmade Gifts / You can make a tax deductible donation to Protest Mag through our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas. This is a forever thing so you can make a one-time or recurring donation whenever you'd like. Money will be put into the hands of women who contribute work to Protest.
Protests On Film / A talk with Cindy Trinh, the woman behind the images of Activist NYC, she is a photojournalist with a special interest in social justice movements.
Art Engineered / The engineer is the artist, too. A small talk with Ruchira Amare where we discuss gender-neutral clothing, romanticism, and combining her expertise as an engineer with her passion for design.
You can make a tax deductible donation to Protest Mag through our official (and long-term) fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas. Handmade journals are yours to keep when you make a donation. You're a critical part of a larger picture, help bring Protest Mag to fruition.Read More