The meaning behind the ‘We the People’ art

USA TODAY | Steph Solis:

Eight years after the red-white-and-blue “HOPE” poster of Barack Obama, that promise of change that united millions of voters might feel like a distant memory — especially after such a bitterly divisive presidential campaign led by billionaire Donald Trump. Progressives have a new poster child, or series of poster children, for hope. It’s not President-elect Trump or his cabinet picks, but a diverse cast of Americans featured in the “We the People” art campaign… Read more

Image: Muralist Jessica Sabogal designed this print, entitled “We the Indivisible,” as part of the “We the People” campaign. (Photo: Jessica Sabogal for the Amplifier Foundation)