Volume 10, Issue 1, Fall/Winter 2011
The Seattle Journal for Social Justice is honored to feature the original artwork of Mimi Williams. In the words of Mrs. Williams: "The lino cut blockprint, "Wall of Shame," is a response to the disrespect and injustice for immigrant laborers, who risk their health and lives to work in the United States. Current USCIS policies wreak havoc on the lives of families who live with fear and uncertainty."
About the Artist
Mimi Williams has been making linoleum cut block prints for ten years and shows her work at a variety of venues in the Puget Sound area. Relief printmaking has a history of expressing social justice issues, and she hopes to do more in the future. More of her work can be seen at www.mimiwilliamsprintmaker.com.