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Groundswell Community Mural Project is a Brooklyn-based organization that brings together professional artists, grass-roots groups and communities to create high quality murals in underserved neighborhoods. Groundswell’s Teen Empowerment Mural Apprenticeship (TEMA) received a grant for its after-school program that teaches low-income youth how to create murals as a tool for community organizing.

A holocaust survivor and immigrant to the U.S., artist Agnes Adler of Westwood, NJ, has created collages that deal with social issues, women’s liberation, and political occurrences of the 1960’s. She received a Puffin grant to retouch these works and transform them into digital prints ready for exhibition.

“Harvest of Shame,” a three-panel mural by Holly Wong of San
Francisco, CA. portrays migrant workers as individuals who suffer and struggle to provide their families with a better way of life. The United Farm Workers Union will display this project at conferences and on its website in order to make the public more aware of the abuses suffered by farm workers at the hands of corporate