Lorenzo Bynum has the “baller" build you might see on the cover of GQ, without the swagger. He’s clean-cut, 5’10”, wears two small earrings and has a muscular frame. It’s a Wednesday afternoon in Marin City, and the 23-year-old is digging frantically through a 10’ by 10’ closet. He’s hunting for a parachute large enough for a game with 15 third graders.
Wednesdays are busy days for Bynum. He clocks in at three part-time jobs: two hours directing elementary school children, two hours coaching track and field, and two hours coaching middle school boys basketball.
On today's Your Call, we’ll talk about the power of images to incite social change. An exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California “All of Us or None” explores the history of social justice posters in the Bay Area. From Shepherd Fairey’s Obama poster to the Occupy movement’s Guy Fawkes mask--how can a popular image become a rallying symbol? Join us at 10 or email email@example.com. What art has motivated you to become active? It’s Your Call with Holly Kernan, and you.