The online human rights exhibition “My American Internment” has opened. The exhibition may be viewed at Human-Family.org.

“My American Internment” is an online human rights exhibition designed to document the United States’ willingness to place its own citizens and those arriving at the borders looking for asylum into internment camps. Through art, the exhibition creates a collective cultural memory and social commentary on the actions of the U.S. Government.

The exhibition features the work of four distinct artist: Shane Balkowitsch, Bismarck, North Dakota based wet plate collodion artist; Kayla Branstetter, Purdy, Missouri based acrylic painter; and Avery Nubson, Moorhead, Minnesota based oil painter; and Scott Seiler, Fargo, North Dakota based digital photographer.

The exhibition will be open from July 4, 2018 through July 31, 2018. The exhibition opened on the 242nd anniversary of the approval of the working of the United States’ Declaration of Independence. A digital exhibition catalogue collecting the images will be available after the exhibition closes.

The Human Family is a 501(c)(3) organization based in Fargo, North Dakota. The mission of the Human Family is to promote human rights and social justice through film and art. For more information, visit www.human-family.org.

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