Darron Wheeler ENT sponsor Virtual Exhibit
The exhibit "At The Nation's Doorstep" featured photographs in Washington, DC, at the white house, relating to the June protest for social injustices and police brutality.
Thanks to donations, it is now a virtual exhibit.
The fence meant to protect the White House from American protestors became a mural for the black lives matter movement, police brutality and social injustices. The fences have since come down but the memory of a movement is forever. The Smithsonian had collected pieces highlighted in this exhibit to be preserved for history.
"That day, I felt in my spirit it was going to be torn down as the unity between all Americans and the humanity of all people that day soothed my soul." -Virtual Exhibit Photographer