Intergenerational Incarceration by Marie Scott

Intergenerational Incarceration by Marie Scott

Medium: colored pencil on a folder

[Image description: This image is drawn with colored pencils on a folder and the tab of the folder is facing downwards at the bottom of the artwork. The text reads “Break the Chain of Intergenerational Incarceration,” and is written from left to right at the top of the page in an arc. The image contains the figure of five people with a dark skin tone next to each other, four adults, and the person at the very left is a child who is crawling on the ground. The four adults are wearing DOC outfits and are all holding each other’s hands and also holding onto metal chains. They are facing toward the right. The young child has a part of the chain around its foot but the chain is broken and is disconnected from the chain on the person to the right’s foot. The child is turned away from the others and is facing to the left. Next to the child is what appears to be a woman in an orange DOC uniform and with long dark hair who seems to be falling forward. Next to that person to the right appears to be a male figure with a dark brown DOC uniform and light color head covering. Next is a person who appears to be a woman with an orange DOC uniform and long dark hair. The next person who is farthest to the right is in a brown DOC uniform and has long dark hair, and seems to be falling so far forward as to be looking back at the others from upside down.]

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