Described by the artist as: "Painted as a companion for daily anti-racism sit-in at Toomer’s Corner in Auburn, AL. As I type this, the sit-in is on it’s 204th straight day; the painting has been with us for well more than 100. It is a lure and a lesson. Each phase of the painting was shared on the corner. She is one of us." 12" x 9" x 1"
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The work was exhibited in Hammond Hall Art Gallery from January 21 2021 to February 18, 2021.