At first, I wished that this photograph showed the picket sign more fully, to “better” tell the story. But I have come to appreciate this framing and now think that it tells a particular story. It speaks to the necessity of recognizing what is pushed aside and made invisible by those in positions of power. If something is outside one’s frame (or experience), it does not mean that it does not exist, it just means that you have enough privilege to ignore it without consequence. It is easier for those who feel safe to ignore the precarious position of others or the harm caused to others. For those constantly injured by micro and macro aggressions of racism, there is no “stepping out of the frame.” The injustice is everywhere and always felt.