Red Line Service is proud to partner with The Human Rights Program at University of Miami School of
Law to build a web page of graphic resources that advocates can dip into and use as needed in their campaigns to encourage the U.S. to adopt the UN Human Right to Housing. The Human Right to Housing includes seven dimensions: legal security of tenure, availability of services, affordability, habitability, accessibility, location, and cultural adequacy. Working in partnership with William Estrada’s Radical Printshop Project, Red Line Service artists with lived experience of houselessness are creating the powerful concepts and content for this print campaign.
View and download the works for your advocacy campaign here. And read coverage of the project in the South Side Weekly.
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