Action is Remedy to Fear by Jennifer Bloomer

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Design By: Jennifer Bloomer
Jennifer Bloomer I have identified as an artist as long as I can remember. It is my voice, my calling, and my way to digest all that takes place in the world. I have taught art classes and workshops to folks of all ages and backgrounds all around the world. I believe creativity is an essential part of the human experience. I live and work in San Francisco with my husband and two young children.
Design By: Jennifer Bloomer
Jennifer Bloomer I have identified as an artist as long as I can remember. It is my voice, my calling, and my way to digest all that takes place in the world. I have taught art classes and workshops to folks of all ages and backgrounds all around the world. I believe creativity is an essential part of the human experience. I live and work in San Francisco with my husband and two young children.
Artist Statement

This piece was created to honor young leaders across the country have been stepping up to take action against the senseless violence that's happening everywhere. It's inspired by Marlee Kanosh who brings people together in their grief and fights for recognition that Native Lives Matter. It's inspired by Maxine Wint who along with other Chicago youth organized the Chicago Youth Sit-In and March Against Police Brutality and Youth for Black Lives. It's inspired by Emma Gonzales who survived the Parkland Florida shooting and has spoken out strongly for gun control with fellow students. They are examples of courage over fear. - Jennifer Bloomer