“Latinos Have Power and Most of Us Don’t Know It.” A painting created in 1996 provoking Latinos to unite and vote.

©1996 Latinos Have Power and Most of Us Don’t Know It. Acrylic on Canvas. 48” x 36”. A Verdadism painting by Soraida Martinez provoking Latinos to vote.

Verdadism painting by Soraida Martinez provoking Latinos to vote.

A historically-significant painting created in 1996 by artist, Soraida Martinez, to provoke the Latino community to unite and make change.

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, USA, November 1, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Since 1992: Teaching tolerance, empathy and promoting social justice. An award-winning artist, Soraida has been recognized as one of the 15 most prominent Hispanic-Americans shaping the U.S. cultural scene.

According to Soraida, “2020 is the time for Latinos to make social change by voting.” Artist, Soraida has been teaching tolerance and a deeper understanding of the human soul through her Verdadism paintings with written social commentaries. Racism, sexism, stereotyping, and the many social issues that Soraida has been painting and writing about for almost 28 years are once again polarizing American society. Through the art of Verdadism, the artist…

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