Rock the Vote
Celeste Joyce, Sophomore
This poster was created with the "Rock the Vote" campaign in mind. The intention of this campaign is to increase bipartisan voting and participation in the election process. The poster had to convey the importance of voting without taking a political stance. This poster uses patriotic images and colors to show voting as a contribution to the country. The stripes become hands, contributing stars to the ballot box, thereby completing the American flag. Instructor: Abby Guido
Protect Planned Parenthood, Sophomore
Poster designed to help promote awareness of the threat of revoking federal funding for planned parenthood during the 2016 election season. Instructor: Abby Guido
Social Justice Alphabet: Diversity
Poster for social justice using irony to make a commentary on the word "Diversity". Instructor: Kelly Holohan.
Social Justice Alphabet: Justice
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe are fighting for environmental justice with regard to clean water and respect for their sacred lands. The Dakota Access Pipeline threatens to destroy their water and land. Instructor: Kelly Holohan.
Social Justice Alphabet: Oppression
Oppression is the socially supported mistreatment and exploitation of a group of individuals and can take many forms. Instructor: Kelly Holohan.
Social Justice Alphabet: Queer
Queer can be used to describe someone's sexual orientation or stand as a political statement.It is a source of pride and strength for many of the LGBTQ community as the fight for true societal equality wages on. Instructor: Kelly Holohan.
Social Justice Alphabet: Xenophobia
Western culture has come to view gender as a binary concept, with two rigidly fixed options: male or female. People who do not identify with this system are non-gender binary and use different pronouns, such as Ze. Instructor: Kelly Holohan.
Social Justice Alphabet: Ze (Non-Gender Binary)
Xenophobia is caused by ignorance by people who are afraid of the unknown. Instructor: Kelly Holohan.
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