Artist's Books > reading rights

artist's book with 4 bookmarks about freedom of speech, freedom of privacy

I made reading rights in 2017 when I and many others had been rereading the Bill of Rights and thinking about what it means to be an American. As a library worker of many years I believe in free and equal access to information as well as the freedom to read without fear of surveillance. These 1st Amendment rights must continually be used, fought for and protected. Use our free libraries to vote for social services. Buy a newspaper to support its publication and distribution. Practice Speech-plus, our right to speak-out with action.
4 bookmarks in a library pocket pamphlet. Linocut, handset type on Mohawk, letterpress printed. Edition of 50.