Struggles for Freedom (a VBB live art production) – Jan. 25, 2013 – 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Please join us: Station Museum for Contemporary Art – Houston, TX – 7 p.m. – Friday, Jan. 25, 2013

A gallery presentation of the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street (specifically Occupy Houston) as activist for each group will discuss the struggles of their respective movement in where we were, been and are going.

Admission is FREE

Drinks & food will be served

We would like for you to come and participate with us.

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(Further details below)

Voices Breaking Boundaries gives voice to the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street movements more than two years after the revolution for a people’s democracy first sprang up in the Arab countries and around the world. VBB will produce a program featuring artists who are inspired by this global demand for justice and change. Starting in December 2010 with the Tunisian uprising, continuing through Tahrir Square later that year, and into the October 2011 Occupation of Wall Street, the world has witnessed a grassroots expansion of the resistance to oppression and a growth in the struggle for human rights everywhere. The production features film, readings and performance by artists inspired by these movements.

This event is cosponsored by KPFT Pacifica Radio 90.1 FM, Station Museum for Contemporary Art and Houston Institute for Culture