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A young boy with a copper-colored pinstriped fedora and green, white, and red tie casts his ballot into the voting box. His form is surrounded by yellow, green and blue tools such as a magnifying glass, ink and pen, lightbulb, etc. This work was created in conjunction with "The State of the State for Washington Latinos" in 2008. The students involved in the project did a special round of research targeting voting rights and political mobilization among. Latinos in Washington State.
Acrylic on Canvas
Fedora, Voting, Young Boy, Ballot, Multi-colored
1st Floor Hallway of Maxey Hall
The acquisition of this work was made possible in part by Professor Paul Apostolidis and the Whitman College Politics Department. This painting was purchased with the Whitman College
Created in Collaboration with the Whitman College Politics Department and Prof. Paul Apostolidis
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