Street Art Stands Up to Racism

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Street Art Stands Up to Racism
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Street Art to promote Stand Up to Racism's demonstration March 21st 2015

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London Street Artist Ben Slow and Stand Up to Racism campaigners Rashida Islam and Barbara Ntumy have joined forces to raise the profile of this year's UN Anti Racism Day by attempting to paint as many walls as possible with Anti Racist art work.We need your help to make it happen. If we are successful we aim to get Street Art in London, Paris and New York.We are raising money for materials and any money left over will be used to support the Stand Up to Racism Demonstration March 21st. Ben SlowBen Slow's unique style of mixing Fine Art with urban surroundings illustrate his passion for finding meaning in his work. For more information click here.

Stand Up to RacismStand Up to Racism seeks to challenge the rise of racism across the UK by saying:

  • No to Islamophobia
  • No to scapegoating of immigrants
  • No to Anti-Semitism
  • Yes to Diversity

For more information click here.


This project offers rewards in return for your donation

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You will receive a picture message via SMS of the final piece being made

£20 or more

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Signed e-sketch of the final piece

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A postcard depicting the image of the final piece

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A chance to view the piece being made (exclusive to London only)

£100 or more

£100 Reward

A picture of the final project with a the artist's signature

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