Hobos to Street People Artist's Responses to Homelessness from the New Deal to the Present ART SHOW/PANEL OF DISCUSSION

Would you like to share your thoughts about civil rights issues in your community? Have questions about a Homeless People’s Bill of Rights?
Do you enjoy political artwork?

Come out and join Western Regional Advocacy Project in a panel discussion around current civil rights issues in various communities, led by organizing leaders who are working towards forging solutions to poverty and introducing a Homeless People’s Bill of Rights.

Enjoy the Hobo’s Show, entitled; “Hobo’s to Street People ~ Artists” Responses to Homelessness ~ from the New Deal to the Present. Meet the Curator Art Hazelwood and experience the tragedies of homelessness through an incredible art show!

The show will be hosted by:
The Richmond Art Center Saturday,
October 13, 2012 From 2pm – 4pm
Guest Speaker: Richmond Mayor: Gayle McLaughlin



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