Day 90: Lina Abojaradeh


We wear masks to protect ourselves, and yet there is no mask to protect us against diseases that we can’t see tangibly but that affect people all around the world… Supremacy, racism, greed, war, xenophobia are all diseases that we should work to eradicate from our communities. I decided to do a salt portrait of a child’s face – a child that represents human kind’s vulnerability. I then draw the world map on his face, symbolizing the fact that this child represents all of us. We are in this together.

Music: Purchased music license, Floating Piano by OlexandrMusic


]Lina Abojaradeh is a Palestinian Jordanian who identifies as a pioneer of “artivism” – activism through art. Founder of social initiative Archismile, she is using art as a teaching methodology to empower youth in Jordan, having impacted over 7000 youth. She is alumni of multiple international fellowships for civic leaders, and winner of international awards in film-making, writing and art. Her art raises awareness on issues like colonialism, gender, religious and racial inequality.


COVID19 began in China but quickly spread all over the world. Let us show that kindness is also contagious and can cross borders! Find a cause that is affecting people in a DIFFERENT region than you and donate! Speak out!

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