Art, Activism, Policy, Power is a learning framework that provides resources and opportunities for engagement between high school students and artist activists. The program is designed to address different social justice topics, using the MoCP’s exhibitions, visiting artists, and collections as teaching tools. The program aims to encourage students to uncover systemic structures that create injustices, to discover how artists use research in their practice to give voice to the pressing issues of their time, and to gain understanding of the power and relevance of the arts in advancing the work of activists. The curricular guides below can be implemented and adapted by educators to fit a wide variety of curriculums.