“An auction for reparations is the total opposite of a slave auction.”

Art For Reparations (A4R) is a project of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, an organization of white people created by and accountable to the African People's Socialist Party (APSP). We work under the leadership of the APSP in the white community for reparations to African people.

On Sunday September 8th, 2019 at the Diesel Cafe in Somerville, MA we raised over $2200 in art sales for the Black Power Blueprint! Plus other generous donations have made us meet our total goal of $2500! Thank you so much to all our artists, donors, volunteers and attendees for making it such a successful event!

view the galleries below of sold works
& art still for sale!

Based in St. Louis, MO under the leadership of Deputy Chair Ona Zené Yeshitela, the Black Power Blueprint is building economic development programs led by & for the working-class black community, such as: an Uhuru House venue space and community center; the One Africa! One Nation! Marketplace; the Uhuru Jiko community-commercial kitchen; housing; community gardens and so much more.

We featured over 70 works from artists both around the country and local to Boston: printmaking, illustration, quilting, painting, mixed media, sculpture, photography, fiber arts, ceramics, jewelry and more. Thank you to our donors:

Abby Ross, Adelaide Smith, Allie Aiello, Aggie Parlidis, Andrea Brown, Blaire LeBlanc, Cara Locke, Carbon Anderson, Cassie Steiner, Caleb Tighe, Chick Byrne, Chloe King, Curtis Tuden, Diesel Cafe, Erica Brooks, Espoir Delmain, Gail Marcia, Gena Carlson, Halley Murray, Isabel Watson, Katie Ankowicz, Kevin Donovan Rock Island, Krista McCue, Laura Donovan, Maggy Swain, Mara Ratiu, Marie Schoeffe, Matt Bennett-Fieman, Megan Katcher, Melissa Lackey, Michael Stuctz, Michele Moscone, Noah Grigni, Parts & Crafts, Penny Hess, Rebecca Shenfeld, Rose Letulle, Ruby Gittelsohn, Sam Day, Santosh-Rohit Yerrabolu, Theresa Byrnes, Wendy Craig, Zachary Gabbard, and of course the Diesel Cafe and staff, including Krista McCue the cafe art curator who was so helpful with installing the exhibit.

The auction will be followed by a two month exhibition at Diesel Cafe curated by USM, “The Struggle for African Self-Determination & Reparations: The Living History of the Uhuru Movement”
Exhibit will run from Monday September 9th - Sunday November 10th, with a closing reception on the 10th from 6-8pm.

Read more about Art For Reparations in this article, “All Art Is Political

sold works


Click any piece to begin slideshow

for sale


Click any piece to begin slideshow.
Email ArtReparations@gmail.com if interested in purchasing a piece.

banner-new-9.7.jpg