People's Puppets of Occupy Wall Streetis creating radical art
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About People's Puppets of Occupy Wall Street
Founded as part of the Occupy Wall Street movement in Liberty Square, The People's Puppets have been creating radical political art for social justice since 2011. We partner with local and national struggles for justice to tell their stories through art, create art for mass mobilization moments, and develop short theater pieces.
We have created art for local labor struggles, for racial and immigrant justice, indigenous rights, environmental justice, for education justice, against militarism, and much more.
Unfortunately, due to the forces of gentrification and landlord greed, we were forced to leave our original Secret Puppet Lair in DUMBO. Fortunately, along with our partner organizations, we've started an even more exciting collaborative arts space in Gowanus! The catch is: we need to pay the rent. If 100 of our supporters pledge $10 a month, we'll be set for rent, and we will be able to keep building art for social justice movements.
We would never have made it this far without our wonderful community of supporters, partner organizations, occasional artists, and friends. Thank you to everyone who has supported us on this journey. Let's keep making art challenging the neoliberal status quo together!
The People's Puppets of Occupy Wall Street are a fiscally sponsored project of Great Small Works
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If we reach $1,000 per month, we'll be able to keep making art for social justice without having to worry about scraping together rent every month.