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Reincarceration

A grassy area at the edge of a forest with a reflective pond in the background. At the bottom left, a group of people wearing colourful skirts and no shirts dance in a circle, some of them holding feathers. A trail of smoke emerges from the centre. To the right, an old-fashioned black car with its door hanging open and a grey car with its front hood lifted are parked in the grass. Just visible on the horizon is a large, government-style building amid a yellow sky that darkens to grey-blue at the top. “Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience by Kent Monkman” is overlaid on the image in white text.