We’re celebrating the end of one year and the beginning of the next by thanking BSA Readers, Friends, and Family for your support in 2021. We have selected some of our favorite shots from the year by our Editor of Photography, Jaime Rojo, and are sharing a new one every day to celebrate all our good times together, our hope for the future, and our love for the street.
Your human rights are inalienable. You are born with them, and no one can “take them away”.
Unfortunately, there always seem to be insidious new laws and new lawlessness to prevent people from exercising their rights fully.
We like this piece from Colombia’s Toxicomano on a New York street in 2021 because it has a certain “retro” style, dating back to the 2000s Street Art vernacular with its “photocopy” filtering – as well as the 70s/80s punk pioneers and the hand-made zine culture of that time.
We also think it is incredibly on-point today when rights are being eroded wherever you look, and knowing your rights is the first step to retaining them.
More Information to Help You Know Your Rights
Stopped by Police: Learn about your rights when stopped by the police, and how to stay safe.
Religious Freedom Learn more here about your right to express your religion and beliefs.
Voting Rights Learn more about how to exercise your voting rights, including how to resist voter intimidation efforts, and access disability-related accommodations or language assistance at the polls.
Sex Discrimination Learn about your right to be protected against sex discrimination.
Race, Ethnicity, or National Origin-Based Discrimination Learn about your right to be free from discrimination based on race, ethnicity, or national origin.
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