Cardi B & Anderson .Paak Create Art For Los Angeles Exhibit Supporting Black Women

HipHop News Posted on November 2, 2020 at 11:32am

Cardi B & Anderson .Paak Create Art For Los Angeles Exhibit Supporting Black Women

The Los Angeles-based exhibit also feature art from Billie Eilish, Bruno Mars, Jim Carrey and more.

Los Angeles, CA – Cardi B and Anderson .Paak are among the names of people who’ve contributed to an art exhibit and upcoming benefit auction to help the families of Black women killed by the police.

The Los Angeles-based exhibit, titled “Show Me the Signs,” features over 100 different protest signs contributed by the likes of both Cardi and Paak as well as Billie Eilish, Bruno Mars, Jim Carrey and more..centered-ad {

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The exhibit is on display at Blum & Poe gallery through November 14, but the live auction starts on November 10. All proceeds will go to the African American Policy Forum (AAPF) #SayHerName Mothers Network, which “works with the mothers and families of Black women, girls and femmes killed by police to elevate their stories and fight for justice.”

 

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Blum & Poe is pleased to host “Show Me the Signs,” a preview exhibition of an upcoming benefit auction to help the families of Black women killed by the police. Over 100 artists have created powerful pieces in the form of protest signs to fight for change, with all works being auctioned and 100% of the proceeds going to the African American Policy Forum #SayHerName Mothers Network. Founded by AAPF in December 2014, the #SayHerName campaign works with the mothers and families of Black women, girls, and femmes killed by police to elevate

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