Peace, Justice and Strength: A Conversation with PricklySauce

Peace, Justice and Strength: A Conversation with PricklySauce
Ready or not, 2020 has slammed the future before us, and it’s time to sink or swim.  Climate change, transparent communications, accessible healthcare, and social justice reform have become shared global missions. In so many respects, educating the path to reform is a difficult task, but visual art expression can often convey urgency and connection where words cannot. In this critical moment to steady the global tipping point, a major pandemic has forced us to exchange ideas in the digital space instead of physical social collaboration.

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