Bill Franz, local photographer who captures so many great thing in the Miami Valley and shares them on his Dayton at Work and Play site snapped the picture below. He met artist Mb Hopkins last night at Courthouse Square as he was photographing the Emergency Protest Against Trump’s Refugee Ban.
Mb had created a beautiful art work and was giving prints to people in exchange for their contribution to the local Unitarian Fellowship for World Peace. This organization provides no-fee mental health services in several languages to refugees and immigrants.
“The best part of last night — well, there were many best parts — was getting a big hug from a woman in a hijab, and having several teachers who wanted multiple posters to share with their teacher friends and to put up in their classrooms. Teach your children well! Great, loving crowd”, says artist Mb Hopkins.
If you would like to own your own print, you can find them at Eclectic Essentials and CLASH in the Oregon District and at Sam And Eddies Open Books in Yellow Springs! All money goes to Unitarian Fellowship for World Peace.