This artwork consists of several artworks that range in size from about 5 x 8 inches to 18 x 24 inches. It tells the story of how Feidin Santana, an Afro-Dominican immigrant barber who witnessed and recorded the murder of Walter Scott by a police officer in Charleston, South Carolina in 2015, became a people's hero. For Walter Scott's family, he became, "like one son for another".
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Artworks on the themes of policing, surveillance, corruption, prison, and abolition. Many of these works are based on true personal anecdotes and explore the impact of these issues on everyday people's lives.