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June 2nd, 2020






In January 2022, 25 People Were Reported Missing

I Am Documenting All 24 Locations They Were Last Seen

I Miss People Everyday, This Is A Work In Progress


17 AUG 2020



Cindy McMillan On The Second Anniversary Of Her Husband’s Death

We Sat Down & Waited For Her To Begin Speaking, This Is That Wait


17 AUG 2020



Julia Black


06 JUN 2020



Asheville, North Carolina


There Is Something In The Air In The Appalachian Mountains Of North Carolina


I Saw, I Heard, I Met, The Man


02 JUN 2020



Asheville, North Carolina


On June 2, 2020, long after the protest for George Floyd and Police Brutality ended in downtown Asheville, NC., at approximately 2:30AM, many residents in the Shiloh neighborhood called 911 to report a fire.


The Venus Lodge No. 62 was engulfed in flames.


Venus Lodge No. 62 was the first black Masonic Lodge in Asheville, NC.


The cause of the fire is under investigation.


31 MAY 2020

Asheville, North Carolina


On May 30, 2020 – The Colorado Times Recorder documented thousands of people that voluntarily put their faces in the ground with their hands behind their back as they chanted, “I can’t breathe.” All these strangers came together to do this together for 9 mins. This is the amount of time it took for George Floyd to slowly be murdered by four officers and a system that allows and celebrates “Blue Lives” over all others at all costs.


On May 31, 2020 – officers in Asheville, NC did everything they could to make it as hard for those peacefully assembled, and often kneeling, to simply breathe. The Asheville Police Department even went as far as singling out and targeting a black man wearing a Colin Kaepernick shirt with a chemical weapon to the face.


Hold your breath for the length of this story, when it ends, hold your breath four more minutes.

Then do it again while four men hold you down while handcuffed.





Price Hill Potter’s Field

Cincinnati, Ohio ~ EST. 1849


When An epidemic struck this mass grave was begun.


For 132 years 8,500-10,000 people were unceremoniously buried here.


They were deemed the city’s poor, unwanted, unknown, and “Pests.”