all proceeds from the BLM screen prints or cyanotypes will be donated to National Bailout, an organization that helps black mothers and caretakers out of jail so they can be home with their families where they belong. The text on the backside of all BLM prints reads:
Black Eyed Susans are a hardy and prevalent flower that can be found throughout the US. Gone unchecked, they are capable of overwhelming other flowers growing near them. They are considered a symbol of encouragement and motivation, but are also a symbol of justice. "Its ray florets droop down after blooming, exposing the wonderful dark-brown centre disk. This exposure is key in its symbolism; in a very poetically apt way, the golden petals give light to the dark centre as the light of justice brings the dark side of our souls to the surface. Not to condemn, but to enourage you to accept and overcome what is hidden inside you"