Woody Guthrie, circa 1943 (LoC: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/95503348/)

Woody Guthrie, circa 1943 (LoC: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/95503348/)

Art is no stranger to protest.

In 1941, folk legend Woody Guthrie painted a powerful slogan on the body of his guitar:

This machine kills fascists

He recognized his art as a powerful force against oppression and tyranny. A voice for the silenced. A foundation to build upon.

In these times of uncertainty, it's more important than ever for artists of all kinds to create dangerously. That's why we're offering this hand-stenciled Moleskine journal to those who recognize their art both as a beacon of hope and an agent of change. And until Inauguration Day, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the American Civil Liberties Union.

We hope you'll stand with us, and with artists everywhere, in this most important fight.

This Machine Kills Fascism Journal
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