Self-portrait symbolizes existing threats

"A Marked Man" is a self-portrait by artist Jason McCormack depicting the threat that exists in his life as a Black man in America. The piece is on display at the "Ink and Clay 45" exhibit at the Kellogg Art Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona through Nov 17. / photo by Kim Toth
“A Marked Man” is a self-portrait by artist Jason McCormack depicting the threat that exists in his life as a Black man in America. The piece is on display at the “Ink and Clay 45” exhibit at the Kellogg Art Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona through Nov 17. / photo by Kim Toth
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Kim Toth is a junior photography major and a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. Her work can be found in Instagram at @kim_t_photos and @kimberlytothphotos.

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