Hispanic male on floor of prison cell with words on the walls “why can’t we be merciful”

For Fernando (PA)

A picture of a Hispanic male, inside a small prison cell, sitting on the floor, crying. On the prison cell walls, I would like the words to say, “Rehabilitation?” “Solitary Confinement is Death by Incarcerations.” “My past doesn’t define me.” “Everyone makes mistakes.” “If God can show mercy, why can’t we be merciful to each other?” “All Lives Matter.”


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