Souls of a Nation
A portrait exhibition that explores the stories of people impacted by systems of power.
For Hervis Rogers, criminal justice and voter suppression fused on election night
Fate Vincent Winslow
Fate Vincent Winslow was the target of a racist policing and criminal justice system
Elvis Aden Norquay
Elvis Norquay and Indigenous communities fought back against Republican’s voter suppression efforts in North Dakota
Tameka Drummer was unjustly sentenced to life in prison for drug possession
Hershel Miles Jr.
Hershel Miles Jr. was subjected to extreme sentencing laws for petty theft that harken back to slave era policies
Guy Frank was unjustly sentenced to over two decades in prison for stealing shirts, and endured the loss of many family members during his incarceration.
Kamal Karriem lost his voting rights because of racist Mississippi laws that strip voting rights away from inmates and formerly incarcerated people
Fair Wayne Bryant
Fair Wayne Bryant was impacted by the criminal legal system.
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