Art And Response

Spend My Taxes On Meds Not Bullets

Our Taxes should go to Meds, not BulletsMarch 4, 2017 The Republican budget increases military spending while reducing healthcare. We already have more than twice the defense budget of Russia & China combined yet we remain the only industrialized country that doesn’t provide it’s citizens with universal healthcare. President Trump says he wants to keep us safe. He doesn’t have to do much research to know that Americans are much more likely to die from a lack of medical coverage than a military attack. What’s being protected aren’t American lives, it’s the profits of the military industrial, insurance and pharmaceutical complexes.

Call your representative and tell them you want meds, not bullets. #MedsNotBullets

Why War? exhibit

 

Why is America mired in a costly, perpetual state of war? Come to D.C. on June 30th for the opening of the art exhibit, "WHY WAR?" and see the unveiling of Michael's painting, Profit & Loss' to find out. The exhibit will take place at D.C.'s favorite gathering place for artists and activists, Busboys & Poets. The opening reception will be held on the 30th between 7-9 p.m. at 5th and K Streets NW. The exhibit runs through to July 11th. This is the painting and the exhibit that is set to launch the new anti-war movement with plans to bring together representatives from the nation's various peace organizations for a possible convention around the closing of of this exhibit hosted by American University.

Why is America mired in a costly, perpetual state of war? Come to D.C. on June 30th for the opening of the art exhibit, “WHY WAR?” and see the unveiling of Michael’s painting, Profit & Loss’ to find out. The exhibit will take place at D.C.’s favorite gathering place for artists and activists, Busboys & Poets. The opening reception will be held on the 30th between 7-9 p.m. at 5th and K Streets NW. The exhibit runs through to July 11th. This is the painting and the exhibit that is set to launch the new anti-war movement with plans to bring together representatives from the nation’s various peace organizations for a possible convention around the closing of of this exhibit hosted by American University.