Treasure Island

Chenou Liu


Ferguson Police Haiku


Ferguson at twilight
'Walking While Black'
painted in black and white


Note: 'Walking While Black, ' WWB, is a phrase that describes African-Americans' demoralizing harassment by the police in Ferguson

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014

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