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Black and white graphic from Dawn Porter’s 2016 film, “Trapped,” featuring the U.S. Capitol dome positioned in front of white silhouette of a woman’s midsection, hips and arms. The word “Trapped” appears in red beneath the building’s dome.
Graphic from Dawn Porter’s Trapped, (2016)

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