Jill Fiore, a New York–based musician, art director, and Covid-19 survivor turned her fire escape into a stage and found purpose and a deeper connection with her community in the process.
Democracy looks a lot like picking up a paintbrush. Visual artist Sophia Dawson’s portraits create empathy for victims of police brutality, applying pressure on a system that doesn’t always protect their constitutional rights.
From American Dream to American Nightmare. Choreographer Jack Ferver explores democracy’s tipping point and the importance of centering Black trans voices.
Rapper, digital strategist, web developer and Congressional candidate. Paperboy Prince runs on a political platform of more love.
Designer and Project Runway alum Samantha Black explains her lack of faith in the Constitution and why the fashion industry wasn’t made for people like her.
New York Nico, the unofficial talent scout of NYC, reflects on whether the Constitution will hold up and how he connects his city and its people as the COVID-19 crisis keeps them apart.
Everyone is welcome at Harlem chef Mimi Weissenborn’s table. Using her food as an equalizer, she challenges the status quo of the restaurant industry and beyond.
Brooklyn-based tattoo artist and Muddguts founder Mark Cross uses art to build community and fill the communication gap where language and the Constitution falls short.
Meet Edel Rodriguez: America’s Illustrator-in-Chief who exercises his right to remain skeptical by turning Trump rhetoric into iconic magazine covers.