This series of images uses multiple photographs from the 1943 Detroit Riot and the 1964 Harlem Riots. In each, police interact with black people in a degrading manner. White paint marks cover over the black victims and witnesses and atop them display source code from various right-wing websites. The source code expresses whites' sentiments of cultural anxiety. The words directly contradict what is being shown, offering evidence more substantial than any website can claim.
The result shows our painful history being ignored in favor of regressive narratives. Each piece was originally printed in a small 4"×6" to format respectfully document black trauma and lay out the evidence of United States' history and how it's being erased. In doing this, it destabilizes narratives supporting white supremacy, pride in ignorance, and the complete disregard for black lives that permeates every aspect of the society we live in.