310 8th St Ste 200
Silicon Valley De-Bug’s Class Conscious Photographers presents images that shine a light on the impact on our communities of the incarceration of
people, whether in prisons or in immigrant detention centers, and the deportation of migrants and the border itself.
Advocating for social change is part of a long tradition of social documentary photography in the United States and Mexico, and the work of the photographers in this show contributes to this tradition today. We are activist photographers, participants in the movements for social justice.
These movements are the subject of our photographs, which have a role in helping our movements grow.
Brooke Anderson, David Bacon, Richard Bermack, Charisse Domingo,
Najib Joe Hakim, Stacy Johnson, RJ Lozada, Jean Melesaine, Abraham
Menor, Ronald Orlando and Leopoldo Peña
This exhibition is a project of Class Conscious Photographers/Silicon Valley De-Bug, curated by Greg Morozumi and East Side Arts. It is supported by the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation, and cosponsored by Guild Freelancers, a unit of Pacific Media Workers Guild – CWA Local 39521, the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee
Rights, and the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity.
Show Runs: June 5 – August 31, 2019
Artist reception: Friday, June 28, 6-8PM