Currently, over 69,500 children are being held in cages inside detention centers across the United States. So far, nine children have died, the youngest only two years old.
This project recognizes the children who have died and those who still have a chance to survive and reunite with their families. Over 60 students contributed to the art installation. In testimonials, students share how heart breaking it is to put innocent children in detention camps because, "no child should be denied their parents, or hugs from loved ones when they are sick and scared."
The installation, "WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO BE FREE," is an invitation to consider the sensory experiences of "FREEDOM," and how the expression of our daily freedom can define a life, a nation and a humanity.
- NO CHILDREN IN CAGES - "CARE BAGS" -
The “NO KIDS IN CAGES” project has produced designer bags that reinvigorate awareness and dialogue in public and community spaces.
Make every day a creative opportunity to express your love and concern for separated families and children in detention camps.