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Artwork created by youth, for youth, Resistance At Home is the culminating exhibition of artwork created by YouthCAN artists meditating on meanings of home and collective struggle.

Explore identity and culture through art with the limited time exhibit at Wing Luke Museum. With a wide lens, Resistance at Home seeks to uncover the ways in which we resist the US empire’s white supremacy, queerphobia, patriarchy, and racial capitalism while situated in the belly of the beast. On a personal level, Resistance at Home explores how we can take action in our own lives, interrogate notions of home, and recognize the personal as political.

From Filipino labor organizing in the 20th century to contemporary gentrification in the Chinatown International District (CID), students explored the varied histories of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) resistance.

YouthCAN is the Wing Luke Museum’s free art program for anyone aged 13-19 of all levels of artistic experience.

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Social Activity, Solo Activity, In Person, Indoor



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