Wash Out Injustice: Vote

Wash Out Injustice: Vote
Submitted By Adrienne R. Schwarte
Chapter Knoxville

In many cultures, religious practices, and memorials, water serves a sacred role and is used to cleanse, renew, provide rebirth, symbolizes peace or grace, is reflective and calm, but is still also tangible, fresh and full of life.  I found it fitting to use water (in a subtle way) as a reference for 'cleansing' society of injustice, which can happen through the active and tangible ritual of voting.  I also wanted to use my young son’s tub crayons for the word ‘vote’ to symbolize the importance of thinking about those we vote for, who can’t yet speak for the injustices they may face.   

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