Boyle Heights artist Julio Salgado is no stranger to using his art to create social change. Now, he’s directing his efforts to support immigrants in detention centers. “My job is to think of initiatives where we bring artists from our communities, those who are undocumented or formerly undocumented. One of the main goals for the Free Them All campaign is to illustrate the needs that folks will be having once they are freed,” Salgado says. Read the full story at Boyle Heights Beat.