Category Archives: women

Reappearing the Disappeared

Share Tweet Google Plus Overpass Light Brigade invited artist and activist Brian Carlson to tell us about his project to repatriate the memory of Argentina’s “Los Desaparecidos” through his skillful portrait painting. What follows is his account of this stunning project that merges memory, archive and social justice… Since the seventies, US administrations have supported … Continue reading Reappearing the Disappeared

Cold Feet, Warm Hearts: Reflection on Women’s March

Share Tweet Google Plus Editor’s Note: OLB invited poet and activist Margaret Rozga to reflect on her experience in DC at the women’s march, which she attended with her daughter, Christine Groppi. The following is her account of the march, among other points of resistance and solidarity that fill her life. As a small group … Continue reading Cold Feet, Warm Hearts: Reflection on Women’s March

The Long Knives and the Seven Fires

Share Tweet Google Plus Overpass Light Brigade invited Margaret Noodin, an Anishinaabe poet, to write a piece about the struggle at Standing Rock for this blog. This is what she has to say: This poem was written in the midst of the historic show of support for land, water and indigenous life and culture. We all … Continue reading The Long Knives and the Seven Fires

Be Visible

Share Tweet Google Plus In the summer of 2012, 371 Productions and Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, created a short film entitled “Be Visible.” Overpass Light Brigade was honored to be part of this project. The filming with OLB took place overnight – from 7pm until 7am – in several locations around Southeast Wisconsin: on a … Continue reading Be Visible