Organizer: Woodblock Printing Club
The One Billion Rising Collaborative Printmaking Project was initially proposed by the activists of Gangjeong village (a village in Jeju Island, South Korea, that has been fighting for more than 10 years against the construction of a naval base). We conducted 13 workshops all around Korea, and created a 13-meter banner from them.
“One Billing Rising Resistance” was an international joint action initiated to end violence against women. Given that one in three women in the world experiences violence or rape in their lifetime, the total number reaches one billion. The participants of “One Billion Rising Resistance” danced together to show the survivors as they are and to inform people of the injustices they face, as well as the reality in which no one is penalized for these acts. Through dancing, we expressed aspects of life and solidarity that do not succumb to violence.
We made a poster and t-shirts and sold them to donate funds in solidarity with the Hong Kong struggle (2019).
We're a self-organized small group focused on ecological issues. We do actions in solidarity with struggles against destructive development projects and environmental destruction. We ride bicycles, set up solidarity camps, hold workshops, and join pickets or rallies.
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We held an event to show solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement. We discussed the BLM movement, made silkscreens, and distributed them.