100 days since the coup, with Raise Three Fingers featured artist Ohn Mar Win | The Coconuts Podcast | May 28, 2021

Photo: Ohn Mar Win
Photo: Ohn Mar Win

Artists across the world have been instrumental in promoting the three-finger salute as a symbol of resistance in response to the coup, spawning initiatives such as the Raise Three Fingers campaign. It calls on creatives from all over the world to submit their art as a show of solidarity with anti-coup protesters, and to highlight the atrocities caused by the insurrection. To date, it has over 1,500 artworks from 45 different countries, and we speak with featured artist Ohn Mar Win to find out more.

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