Above (left to right, top to bottom): 100 Days logo; “Inauguration of the People by the People” by 100 Days; “No Scrubs” by Jenifer Wofford; “My Body My Business” by Michele Pred; “The Peoples’ Oval Office” by 100 Days; “24 Hr Resistance Gym” by 100 Days; “Strike a Pose” by Jamil Hellu; making sashes for a No-Ban dance party; another Oval Office take; “Side by Side” by Minoosh Zomorodinia and Zulfikar Ali Bhutto; “Sloughing” by Raegan Truax; and “Reap What You Sew” by Stephanie Syjuco.
100 Days Action
Artist and Activist Collective
100 Days Action is an artist collective based in the San Francisco Bay Area. 100 Days was cofounded by Jeremiah Barber and Ingrid Rojas Contreras in 2016 in response to the election of the 45th President of the United States and his One Hundred Day Plan, which included attacks on immigration, health care, education and the environment. They were soon joined by eight core members and hundreds of participants in the Bay and internationally. 

100 Days’ inaugural project was a calendar of artist-led activism in resistance to the open approval of racist, anti-immigrant, and anti-LGBTQ hate speech. Our calendar featured a daily action of “artivism”, something you could do at home or in person. 100 Days supported, featured, and amplified over one hundred and fifty projects, garnering national press and leading to artist residencies at Royal Nonesuch Gallery, Southern Exposure, and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

100 Days continues to operate in relationship to electoral politics and in partnership with political organizers in California. During the 2018 midterm elections, we worked in collaboration with Mi Familia Vota, a national non-profit that encourages civic engagement in Latinx communities. Supported by a residency from California College of the Arts’ Hubbell Street Galleries, 100 Days created a cardboard replica of the office of the Presidency in a project called The People’s Oval Office. This toured sites in Modesto, California, alongside volunteers with Mi Familia, registering new voters and contributing to the election of Josh Harder to Congress.

The original 100 Days team: 
Jeremiah Barber
Laura C
Ingrid Rojas Contreras
Alicia Escott
Carolyn Janssen
Ben Leon
Ken Lo
Katina Papson Rigby
Surabhi Saraf
Julie Sutherland
Maysoun Wazwaz