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Okeke-agulu, Chika (3)
Ekpuk, Victor (1)
Nigerian American (1)
Nigerian, Born 1964 (1)
Sinero (1)
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1996 (2)
1990 (1)
1991 (1)
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Pencil and Collage (2)
14 1/8 X 10 Inches (1)
38.5 X 56 cm (1)
42 X 57.4 cm (1)
44 X 35 Inches (1)
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Amnesty International (1)
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1. Federal Prison Federal Prison prisons; jails; prisoners; sun; windows; imprisonment; solitary confinement; human figure in art; sitting figure; male figure signed "chika 91" lower right

2. St. Paul in Bama St. Paul in Bama saints; prisoners; animals; hyenas; Bama (Borno State, Nigeria); imprisonment; solitary confinement; Paul, the Apostle, Saint; nimbus (art); male figure; sitting figure; human figure in art; padlocks

3. These Burdens I Bear These Burdens I Bear figurative art; human figure; women; trees; breasts; hair; envelopment; bending; confinement; marriage; maternity; children; childbearing; birth; imprisonment; mothers

4. Prisoner of Conscience Prisoner of Conscience imprisonment; Nsibidi; signs and symbols; Fela, 1938-1997; jails; houses; political activists; musicians; suns; moons; torture Victor Ekpuk (bottom)

5. St. Paul in Kirikiri St. Paul in Kirikiri saints; Lagos State (Nigeria); Kirikiri Prisons (prison); prisoners; flowers; sunflowers; windows; imprisonment; solitary confinement; Paul, the Apostle, Saint; nimbus (art); male figure; human figure in art; padlocks signed ""chika 16-6-96"" lower right

6. Sinero -- Sinero On Fire -- A Sinero Production Sinero -- Sinero On Fire -- A Sinero Production Artist tag Graphic poster-style portrait of Sinero, a German street artist. He appears to be incarcerated and is grasping the bars of a jail cell.

7. Amnesty International -- Amnistía Internacional -- No Pienso Callarme! Amnesty International -- Amnistía Internacional -- No Pienso Callarme! The Spanish section of Amnesty International was founded in 1961 by Peter Benenson to protest against the imprisonment of political dissidents.

8. More Prisoners, More Profits -- Eliminate The Prison Industrial Complex More Prisoners, More Profits -- Eliminate The Prison Industrial Complex A man in handcuffs, a '$' symbol emblazoned on his back. "The prison industrial complex helps secure the authority of people who get their power through racial, economic and other structural privileges...

9. American Friends Service Committee -- No New Prisons American Friends Service Committee -- No New Prisons Here the universal symbol for 'no' is overlaid on the words "New Prisons" protesting a possible increase in the number of U.S. correctional facilities. "The incarceration rate in the U.S. is the highest...

10. Barack Obama -- 2008 Presidential Election Campaign -- Free Leonard Peltier Barack Obama -- 2008 Presidential Election Campaign -- Free Leonard Peltier Message to presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain to free Leonard Peltier, a native American who has been wrongfully incarcerated; "Leonard Peltier -- a great-grandfather, artist, writer,...

11. Building Prisons = Big Business Building Prisons = Big Business Message refers to the privatization of the prison system in the United States in which some prisons are being run by corporations for profit instead of the government; "Make your own stickers @ stickerjunkie.com"...

12. May 1 Coalition -- A March For Our Rights Stop Deportations -- Stop Raids -- Yes We Can! Union Square May 1 Coalition -- A March For Our Rights Stop Deportations -- Stop Raids -- Yes We Can! Union Square All over the world May first is recognized as International Workers Day to commemorate historical movements for workers' rights. Since 2006, when millions of Americans marched against proposed anti-immigrant...
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