In 2013, I was invited to Tivoli, Jamaica by Archaeology Prof. Deborah Thomas at the University of Pennsylvania. During our two-week stay, we worked   with community members to create a public   multi-media installation designed to provide a space to   memorialize loved ones who died over the weeks following May 24, 2010. The   government had sent in troops to find Christopher Coke and ended up   killing a few hundred civilians. This is my visual diary of that experience.

In 2013, I was invited to Tivoli, Jamaica by Archaeology Prof. Deborah Thomas at the University of Pennsylvania. During our two-week stay, we worked with community members to create a public multi-media installation designed to provide a space to memorialize loved ones who died over the weeks following May 24, 2010. The government had sent in troops to find Christopher Coke and ended up killing a few hundred civilians. This is my visual diary of that experience.

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  In 2013, I was invited to Tivoli, Jamaica by Archaeology Prof. Deborah Thomas at the University of Pennsylvania. During our two-week stay, we worked   with community members to create a public   multi-media installation designed to provide a space to   memorialize loved ones who died over the weeks following May 24, 2010. The   government had sent in troops to find Christopher Coke and ended up   killing a few hundred civilians. This is my visual diary of that experience.
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_army-man-8-1-of-1_5000.jpg
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In 2013, I was invited to Tivoli, Jamaica by Archaeology Prof. Deborah Thomas at the University of Pennsylvania. During our two-week stay, we worked with community members to create a public multi-media installation designed to provide a space to memorialize loved ones who died over the weeks following May 24, 2010. The government had sent in troops to find Christopher Coke and ended up killing a few hundred civilians. This is my visual diary of that experience.

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