Don't Tell A Man It's Raining
To hear from the Carl Carbonell himself: "On Super Tuesday, I voted for Bernie Sanders in Shelby County, Tennessee, and then went to visit the Lorraine Motel: site of Dr. King's assassination. Over a year later, I went to see "I Am Not Your Negro" the day after it came out, where James Baldwin writes, 'I did not want to weep for Martin. Tears seemed futile. But I may also have been afraid, and I couldn't have been the only one, that if I began to weep, I would not be able to stop.' I thought about all that. It took place in the 1960's, so it's 'history' now, or something. And now, our national political system has elected a president and his bullpen of bigots hellbent on pushing African Americans (and other minorities, to be sure) back into the corner they have been trying to crawl out of since we forced them there in the first place. History? History my ass."
Print size: 18"x24"
100% of the Proceeds from this print go to the NAACP
View a video of Carl creating this PSA print here: Don't Tell A Man It's Raining