We all deserve a decent life. Every day, We the People Michigan educates and empowers people across the state to demand the change they wish to see — by starting with effective community organizing. In 2017, Amplifier partnered with Chicano artist Ernesto Yerena to create imagery supporting We the People’s mission in uplifting and mobilizing the working class for a better future.
Yerena’s artwork, which aims to provoke critical thinking, is based off portraits shot by Arlene Mojerado and encourages solidarity amongst all Michigan residents in the fight against oppression and injustice. Thousands of prints were distributed to union groups and hung in local businesses as a symbol of We the People’s plight for a united Michigan.