Through interactive assemblage, editing of problematic art historical objects, replicating protest posters, and informative tapestries, we hope to facilitate an invitation to reflect upon and join us in a critical unpacking of systemic problems we have and are experiencing. This space acts as a call to self-reflect our infinitely unique stances, privileges and inherent duties to unlearn and dismantle hatred.
Our mode of protest, for now, is Second Life (SL) only, as we are unable to safely leave our homes and demonstrate. Virtual activism is out primary tool for stocking socio-political change right now, and we believe this platform should not be exempt. As SL prizes its user-built and diverse platform, it is indeed a space that allows freedm of expression and self-representation that would either be less comfortable or impossible in the offline world(s). This quality of SL is something that cannot be taken for granted.