Stop the Raids, Stop ICE, from the portfolio Migration Now

Oree Originol, American, born 1971



Silkscreen, letterpress


Sheet: 18 × 12 in. (45.7 × 30.5 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Contemporary Art Fund



Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative | CultureStrike, New York


Place Made: United States, North America


21st century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


In this vibrantly colored print, a palatero (ice cream vendor) passes a house where a raid by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is underway. "STOP ICE" appears in bold letters on the palatero’s cart. Oree Originol is calling attention to the home immigration raids frequently conducted by ICE.

Originol is a self-taught Chicano visual artist from Los Angeles. He moved to the Bay Area to pursue his career as an artist and social activist and utilizes his platform to bring attention to issues largely affecting communities of color. He is also the creator of the Justice for Our Lives campaign, for which he has completed 75 portraits honoring victims of violence perpetrated by US law enforcement.

From the 2022 exhibition A DREAM Deferred: Undocumented Immigrants and the American Dream, A Space for Dialogue 106, curated by Yliana Beck, '22 Conroy Intern

Course History

Art History 40.05, Latino Studies 12.01, Print the Revolution, Mary Coffey, Spring 2023

Exhibition History

A Space for Dialogue 106, A DREAM Deferred: Undocumented Immigrants and the American Dream, Yliana Beck, Class of 2022, Conroy Intern, Alvin P. Gutman Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, April 30 - June 18, 2022.


Booklyn Artists Alliance, Brooklyn, New York; sold to present collection, 2013.

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