This work is an homage to the Jane Collective, which was started by a Jewish woman and whose main participants were almost entirely of Jewish women. The “Janes” provided safe, discreet abortion access to low income women in the early 1970s Chicago when abortion was mostly illegal in the USA.
The sign on the phone booth is one of the ads they placed in a paper. The background contains Jewish texts addressing social justice, resistance, abortion, and medicine. Photos from the days of the collective are also there.
The AT&T logo on the payphone is stylized to be a hamsa, with RM”K (my Hebrew name initials).
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