577 Somerville Ave
Come make and share art, eat, talk, skillshare and be part of the African revolution!
Sam Day of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement Boston will be hosting an art night and skill-share at a makerspace in Somerville. All are welcome to come use the supplies provided, and/or bring that art project you’ve been meaning to finish! There will be music, food, political education about reparations, and a chance for artists to talk about what they make, how they make it, and what skills they want to share with others to do a small workshop that night.
Materials provided will be an assortment of fabric, yarn, string, knitting needles, pencils, acrylic paints, markers, paper, a sewing machine, needles & thread, magazines for collaging, glue sticks, scissors… and anything you want to bring to share with others!
$15 door fee includes access to art supplies + vegan dinner and snacks. Register here: tinyurl.com/ArtNightReparations
This is part of the Reparations Challenge campaign of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement. The Reparations Challenge raises resources in the white community to support the black-led Uhuru Movement led by the African People’s Socialist Party whose programs span continents, uniting African people in the struggle for self-reliance, liberation, economic development, and self-determination.
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