Jeni Jenkins is a biracial identifying visual activist and social practice artist. Her work lives at the intersection of art and Feminism; social protest and art are inseparable and embedded in every decision. She considers art to be a weapon of resistance and making intersectional Feminist art to be a revolutionary act. Her work ranges from political poster art, portrait photography, illustration, collage and printmaking. She combines text and imagery to create artwork as a means to protest injustice, and encourage new ways to think, new ways to look at the world, and new ways of valuing humans over capitalism, institutional racism and sexism, and fascism.
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