I, Destini

Saturday, October 27, Freer|Sackler Gallery of Art
Runtime: 14 min

The short-animated film tells the story of having an incarcerated brother from 14-year-old Destini Riley’s perspective.

Part of “Truth to Power: Using the Power of Media to Influence Social Action” Exchange

Check out some amazing objects in the museum's collection related to this film.
Guard tower from Camp H at Angola Prison Credit: Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Donated by Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections and Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola