|For Trayvon Martin, Amadou Diallo, Sean Bell, and Michael Brown by Titus Kaphar|
"A powerful and impossible way of describing a condition of the soul, a challenge of perception, and the confusion of imaging one's self in the historical context of another's personal history.
How weak are Black people ignorant of the 'why of their existence,' forever seeking approval from whites. Forever measuring their lives against the background of white Americans lowers the value of Black lives, as well as emboldens the purpose of killers enjoying the blood sport their ancestors created and profited from the whole of our collective yesterdays until now! " - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 9.1.16