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Requiem to Sepia Existence
This installation was installed in Congress Square Park in 2018. These chalk outlines were in representation of Tamir Rice (12) and Aiyana Jones (7), both killed by police officers. This piece was about children with brown bodies as victims of violence by prejudice and white fear.
Juneteenth Celebration & Street Chalking
Through art making and meaningful dialogue this celebration bridged history, activism and action. Collaboration with local social change organizations and youth this event facilitated conversation and education.
Chalk messages around down town area encouraging change, creating dialogue and inciting opportunities to reflect
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