Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #14
By Matice Moore

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #14

Piece #14 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016 series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter:…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #13
By Robert Trujillo

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #13

Piece #13 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: "“I…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #12
By Kristen Ramirez

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #12

Piece #12 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: “I…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #11
By Crystal Clarity

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #11

Piece #11 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: “I…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #10

Piece #10 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: “There…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #9
By Fidencio Martinez

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #9

Piece #9 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: “The…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #8

Piece #8 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: "Since…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #7
By Louis Chinn

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day #7

My final piece from the#VisionsFromTheInside2016 series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter:…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 6
By Ebin Lee

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 6

Piece #6 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016 series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: “Dealing…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 5
By Breena Nuñez

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 5

Piece #5 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: “I…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 4
By Rommy Torrico

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 4

Piece #4 from our ‪#‎VisionsFromTheInside2016‬ series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter:…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 3

Piece #3 from our #VisionsFromTheInside2016series, a collaborative project between visual artists and immigrants facing the for-profit detention monster. To view complete series, please visit: bit.ly/csvisions Excerpt from detainee's letter: “To…

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Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 1
By Ethan Parker. Visions From The Inside: bit.ly/csvisions

Visions From The Inside (2016) Day 1

Artist statement: “Working on this piece was truly enlightening. To read Mr. Vaz’s words about his experience — with the context and understanding that his voice is just one among…

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Visions from the Inside: Day 15
By Dolly Li, Part of the "Visions From The Inside" project. Link: http://visionsfromtheinside.tumblr.com/

Visions from the Inside: Day 15

“I dream of getting out of this place…to be able to study one day…to have a better future for my life.”

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Visions from the Inside: Day 12
By Mata Ruda, Part of the "Visions From The Inside" project. Link: http://visionsfromtheinside.tumblr.com/

Visions from the Inside: Day 12

As originally posted on Visions From The Inside “We are not a threat for this country, all I want is refuge in this country for my children and for me.”…

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Visions from the Inside: Day 11
By Micah Bazant, Part of the Visions From The Inside collaboration. Link: http://visionsfromtheinside.tumblr.com/

Visions from the Inside: Day 11

“The water has bleach in it, and I don’t have money to buy water from the store.”

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Visions from the Inside: Day 9
By Chucha Marquez

Visions from the Inside: Day 9

“They are thinking of making this place much bigger, and for what? To hold more immigrant families, because they want to keep more people in these precarious conditions.”

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Visions from the Inside: Day 6
By Breena Nuñez

Visions from the Inside: Day 6

As originally posted on Visions From The Inside “There are some workers at this detentions center who think poorly of immigrants. We are also human beings, just as they are,…

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Visions from the Inside: Day 5
By Gabrielle Tesfaye

Visions from the Inside: Day 5

“I hope that you get out of there soon, don’t worry and don’t lose faith that God will make it up to you, always pray to Him that He give you strength to continue moving forward.” -Excerpt from letter

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