Memories - A family portrait and history lesson that references the artist's family. His maternal grandfather, Earl, who was born in Wyoming and worked as a cowboy. His great uncle, James, was lynched in Georgia after being accused of cheating at cards. The lasso, on one end, alludes to the creation myth of the United States—taming the wild west—and the noose on the other end illustrates the racial oppression that built its wealth and privilege.
We Own The Night - This broadside quotes various words from the coached testimony of the four officers who murdered Amadou Diallo, a timeline of the shooting, and a quote from one of them immediately after the event. The phrase "We Own the Night" was the motto of the NYPD tactical squad, of which the four officers were members.