Ndume Olatushani was in prison for 27 years for murder before his conviction was overturned in 2012. During his imprisonment, he turned to art to cope. He’d had a tough life before his imprisonment, including committing lesser crimes, and now dedicates his life to helping stop the “cradle to prison” pipeline that affects at-risk youths. His art makes powerful statements about imprisonment. This piece is sponsored by the United Methodist Church and displayed during Lent in front of their building which faces the Supreme Court.