This vibrant art print features the powerful words of gay liberation and transgender rights activist, Sylvia Rivera, from her essay "Queens in Exile: The Forgotten Ones."
Below is the entire paragraph that includes the quote that is featured in this print:
"We raised a lot of hell back when STAR first started, even if it was just a few of us. We ate and slept demonstrations, planning demonstrations. We’d go from one demo to another, the same day. We were doing what we believed in. And what we’re doing now, the few of us who are willing to unsettle people and ruffle up feathers, is what we believe in doing. We have to do it because we can no longer stay invisible. We have to be visible. We should not be ashamed of who we are. We have to show the world that we are numerous. There are many of us out there." - Sylvia Rivera (emphasis added to highlight portion included in the artwork)
Frame this piece to display boldly at home, in your office or in your local community center; or gift it as inspirational sign of solidarity to the radical hearts in your life!
♥ Available Sizes: 5x7" ~ 8x10" ~ 13x19"
♥ You will receive one art print on gallery quality luster or semi-gloss photo paper WITHOUT the frame
♥ Please note that the color of your physical item will vary from how it appears on the computer monitor/mobile screen.