Boston #StandsWithImmigrants is a public art project emblazoning our city with the faces of immigrants, highlighting their contributions and showing the world we stand with them in solidarity.


We believe the portraits are a beautiful and dignified response to an intensifying climate of fear and exclusion - one that will encourage conversation, reassure the world of our humanity, raise public consciousness and help move the needle at a policy level.

In the face of threats to our democracy, we answer - With love. With thoughtful reproach.

With art.

Boston #StandsWithImmigrants at The Kennedy Institute

Boston #StandsWithImmigrants is proud to announce the debut of our on-going portrait series at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute! In April and May 2018, the museum will showcase our project's imagery, enabling visitors and students from across the country to learn about the experiences of immigrants from throughout our city. The Institute is dedicated to inspiring the next generation of leaders to participate in our democracy, and regularly works with people and organizations that are making a difference in their communities. Please consider a visit! Learn more about the upcoming exhibit HERE.