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2010

2010

Hand writing on the windows of Aaran Gallery, Tehran for the “Here/There, Then/Now” exhibit, a translated text in Farsi of the speech which Fannie Lou Hamer delivered to the DNC in 1964. This was the first translation in Farsi. In this speech, Ms. Hamer speaks of the abuse she received when she attempted to vote. I wanted to make a reference to the prior year’s election while using the language of the Iranian government that accuses the US of civil rights abuse as a mirror.

2010

2010

Hand writing on the windows of Aaran Gallery, Tehran for the “Here/There, Then/Now” exhibit, a translated text in Farsi of the speech which Fannie Lou Hamer delivered to the DNC in 1964. This was the first translation in Farsi. In this speech, Ms. Hamer speaks of the abuse she received when she attempted to vote. I wanted to make a reference to the prior year’s election while using the language of the Iranian government that accuses the US of civil rights abuse as a mirror.

2010

2010

Hand writing on the windows of Aaran Gallery, Tehran for the “Here/There, Then/Now” exhibit, a translated text in Farsi of the speech which Fannie Lou Hamer delivered to the DNC in 1964. This was the first translation in Farsi. In this speech, Ms. Hamer speaks of the abuse she received when she attempted to vote. I wanted to make a reference to the prior year’s election while using the language of the Iranian government that accuses the US of civil rights abuse as a mirror.

2010

Hand writing on the windows of Aaran Gallery, Tehran for the “Here/There, Then/Now” exhibit, a translated text in Farsi of the speech which Fannie Lou Hamer delivered to the DNC in 1964. This was the first translation in Farsi. In this speech, Ms. Hamer speaks of the abuse she received when she attempted to vote. I wanted to make a reference to the prior year’s election while using the language of the Iranian government that accuses the US of civil rights abuse as a mirror.

2010

Hand writing on the windows of Aaran Gallery, Tehran for the “Here/There, Then/Now” exhibit, a translated text in Farsi of the speech which Fannie Lou Hamer delivered to the DNC in 1964. This was the first translation in Farsi. In this speech, Ms. Hamer speaks of the abuse she received when she attempted to vote. I wanted to make a reference to the prior year’s election while using the language of the Iranian government that accuses the US of civil rights abuse as a mirror.

2010

Hand writing on the windows of Aaran Gallery, Tehran for the “Here/There, Then/Now” exhibit, a translated text in Farsi of the speech which Fannie Lou Hamer delivered to the DNC in 1964. This was the first translation in Farsi. In this speech, Ms. Hamer speaks of the abuse she received when she attempted to vote. I wanted to make a reference to the prior year’s election while using the language of the Iranian government that accuses the US of civil rights abuse as a mirror.

2010
2010
2010