Fuck the Police, Free the Prisoners,
Fight the Power, Free the People,
Face the Past/Present, Feel the Power...
This piece is not only about abolishing the police, or the right to rise-up and destroy property.
It's also about highlighting Black nonbinary transmasc people in an empowering and sensitive way: their fist is up and there are also tears falling down their face.
Oftentimes, transmasculine people are excluded from media and discourses surrounding queerness and race.