Virtual seems like the word of 2020-21. From classes to meetings to protests, virtual impacted faculty and students through the past 18 months. You can add artwork to the virtual list, too. Last week, Sacramento State’s Center on Race, Immigration & Social Justice (CRISJ) launched Un/Equal Freedoms: Expressions for Social Justice, a virtual art exhibition. According to CRISJ, the exhibit is a “collaborative effort that uses various artistic mediums to expose social injustice and to offer visions of a better future.”
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