There has never been a movement for social change without art and culture being central to that movement. Music, graphics and the written word are powerful living reminders of struggles for worldwide peace and justice. When it comes to immigrants, much of the public dialogue is laced with myths, stereotypes, hate and fear of the unknown. However, there is a growing movement of artists around the country using cultural tools to fight hate and to create a positive depiction of migrants. In this session, artist-activists, writers and cultural leaders will discuss how artists are teaming up with immigrant rights groups to affect social change.