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I Wish to Say in AP, NowThis, WABC

For the past 12 years, artist Sheryl Oring has crisscrossed the country, setting up a pop-up office where voters can sit down and dictate a postcard to the next president, which Oring types on a vintage typewriter. Her new book, “Activating Democracy: The ‘I Wish To Say’ Project,” showcases 12 years of photos of postcards and the voters who composed them. For a stop this month in New York City’s Madison Square Park, PKPR secured coverage of Oring in action on AP TelevisionNowThisWPIX-TV, and WABC-TV.

PKPR Client: I Wish To Say by Sheryl Oring

Sheryl Oring is an artist and writer whose work explores issues related to the First Amendment as well as language and memory.

Oring initiated the I Wish to Say project in 2004 as a commissioned artwork for the First Amendment Project ( in Oakland, Calif. Peter Jennings named her Person of the Week on ABC’s World News Tonight for her work on the project during the Republican National Convention in New York in 2004.

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