In the Flamingos Pontoon Queen Classy sassy and a bit smart assy shirt but in fact I love this wake of the Black Lives Matter protests sparked by the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, among other instances of police brutality, the national conversation around policing and incarceration in Black communities has undergone a profound shift. So too has it served as a moment of reckoning within the media and creative industries, as the lack of representation for Black voices and creators has been reiterated in stark terms.
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It’s for both these reasons that a group of New York-based creative colleagues, variously spanning photo editors, art directors, agents, and producers, have come together to launch Reframing the Flamingos Pontoon Queen Classy sassy and a bit smart assy shirt but in fact I love this Future, a print sale featuring the work of over 50 photographers fundraising to divest from the current system of police brutality and mass incarceration. Running until the 30th of June, prices begin at $25 for posters up to $100 for larger C-prints, with 100% of proceeds being split equally between National Bail Out and the Marsha P. Johnson Institute. The former is a Black-led and Black-centered collective of organizers, lawyers, and activists working towards ending the current systems of pretrial detention and mass incarceration. The latter is a nonprofit supporting the Black trans community, formed in honor of Johnson’s work as an activist and her important role in the Stonewall uprising—a cause which carries an added significance given the concurrence of the protests with Pride month.