Public Art Installations – Promoting Conversations Around Immigration

 Centro Legal de La Raza, an East Bay legal aid organization, has collaborated with renowned artist Micah BazantNASPForward Together and City Lights Booksellers and Publishers, to create public art installations to promote conversations around immigration, and what migrating really means for individuals and families.  The art features women and children who have sought refuge in this country, and who form part of the community that Centro Legal serves.

The exhibit will be open at Centro Legal’s offices (3400 E.12th Street) starting July 6th, and is currently displayed at City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco (261 Columbus Avenue).

The pieces will also be available for download at, and beginning on Thursday, June 29.

This week’s image accompanies this post.

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