Provocatively arranged alternating walls showcasing negative and positive statements surrounding past and present Civil Rights struggles:
Four transparent colored glass walls are arranged parallel to a courthouse on a site of a historic 1960 march. To demonstrate the tremendous courage required to battle oppression, statements of repression are displayed in two outer walls in orange glass. Countering those walls, two blue glass walls with text and images expressing the history, courage, and successes born of the Nashville Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s is displayed.
Between the blue walls, a large stone table is arranged with eight stools for people to gather and discuss the struggles of the day and how to organize ongoing solutions. As one looks outward through the blue walls, the orange walls become grey, expressing how courage and organization can diminish oppression.