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Faith Ringgold Limited Edition Prints
  
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Printing made possible through a generous grant form the Puffin Foundation, Ltd.

The Puffin Foundation Ltd. has sought to open the doors of artistic expression by providing grants to artists and art organizations who are often excluded from mainstream opportunities due to their race, gender, or social philosophy.

Why the Puffin? The puffin, once endangered in the northeastern United States, was returned to its native habitats through the efforts of a concerned citizenry. Our name is a metaphor from how we perceive our mission in the arts: to join with other concerned groups and individuals to ensure that the arts not merely survive, but flourish at all levels of our society.

The ACLU of New Jersey is deeply grateful to Faith Ringgold and The Puffin Foundation Ltd. for making this fine limited edition.

 


Elly Perkins and Diane DuBrule of the ACLU presenting Perry and Gladys Rosenstein with the Faith Ringgold print.