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HIV Woman Prisoner's Story
Woodcut and lithograph on handmade paper
paper size: 15" x 39"
image size: 13" x 38"
Published by Anchor Graphics, Columbia College

From Galveston County The Daily News, June 25, 2006
"He shot my dog Ziggy for barking too much. I knew he would go after my son next."
Victoria could rarely recall a time her boyfriend was not waving a gun in her face. One day, she shot him, six times. Being sexually abused by her brother, and later in life, by an uncle, turned Pam’s world upside down. Moving into a women’s shelter was the happiest day of her life.
through her own eyes

Through Her Own Eyes
Drawing: Sue Coe
Woodcut: Eric Avery

Pictured: New York Artist Sue Coe holds drawings she made of inmates at the Carole Young Medical Facility in Texas City.
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