Johnalynn Holland
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100 Years of Racism in Policing

Client:  ACLU
Role: Digital Illustration
Year: 2020
Format:  Key Art for Motion
Animation:  Brandon Lake

The ACLU commissioned images for this project.  1919, Chicago erupted in violence after the police refused to arrest a man who’d just stoned a young Black boy for swimming on the “wrong” side of the lake. More than a century later, 74 percent of the people injured or killed in officer-involved shootings in Chicago between 2004 and 2015 were Black. And the city’s police budget per capita has tripled since 1964, even though crime has gone down.

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