“KKK USA” was a direct response to the Trump Presidency.  I had a hard time imagining the majority of the country would actually vote for a man associated with hate groups, so my feeling was that this country is still sadly very sympathetic and clinging to a structure based on white supremacy.

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John Collins is a Los Angeles artist and handyman making socially conscious art on salvaged materials obtained from handyman jobs. He spent four months as the featured artist for Taxicab Magazine , and has been published in Moonchild Magazine and L’Ephemere Review (upcoming). Collins’s art can be seen online at his website: www.JohnFromGrayslake.com, on Instagram: JohnFromGrayslake, and on Twitter @Jcollins457 


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