Dennis Owusu-Ansah said he worries about police brutality every time another Black person dies during an interaction with authorities.
“Who could be next? You never know. It could be me. It could be my brother,” Owusu-Ansah said.
An organization that aims to use art to affect positive societal change, Confront Art, revealed statues of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and the late Rep. John Lewis in Union Square Park on Thursday. As the bronze sculptures stand tall, Owusu-Ansah said the message is loud and clear.
“You can’t just kill any Black person and go scot free,” Owusu-Ansah said.
The exhibit is called SeeInjustice. The artists say they want to raise awareness
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