Here's Todoroki from My Hero Academia! I had a great time making this, even though it took two stream days to complete. I am also going to start showing the phases of my drawings, so this post will be the first to showcase that! Also, there's another stream tonight so I hope you can come and watch!
Kalief Browder went to Rikers Island at age 16 without being convicted of a crime. He was arrested as a suspect when someone pointed him out from the back of a police car about two weeks after their book bag was stolen. No investigation of any kind was ever completed. He was innocent and had to go through abuse from inmates and the correctional officers. He was in solitary confinement for about two years of that time. He would not plea guilty during any of the 30 court trails the judges let drag on, stating the system had to change. He was finally released when the prosecution finally admitted they couldn't produce a witness after many times lying that they were. The accuser had left the country, and asked the police at the time they were robbed to check the cameras because it was dark when the incident occurred. After he was released, he struggled with mental health, and he eventually took his own life. Before suicide he tried to better himself and get back the time he lost. He got his GED and went to college. He had problems in Bronx, the neighborhood he returned to were he grew up. He ended up stabbed ,shot and survived it but it through him into depression. Also the new found fame he received from telling his story to the media didn't help by sparking jealousy or the eye of people who now wanted to rob him thinking he had money. Him and his mom sued the state of New York and they did everything in their power to discredit him and never admitted fault. His mom and him fought to raise awareness of the broken system until they both passed. Changes start coming after their deaths like a law to nolonger allow 16 & 17 year olds in New York to be treated as adults. He had the support of Jayz, Obama, Rosie Odonald, and various well known authors. He sparked a movement for equality. Fight for what's right. #equality#kaliefbrowder#jayz#artistoninstagram#bosswomenonly#tattoo#art#model#fashion#urbanart#fantasy#artlover#drawing#artsy#artsandcrafts#artist#equality#artoftheday