A stretch of highly-industrialized land along the Mississippi River in southern Louisiana is notoriously known as Cancer Alley. The residents of Cancer Alley, who are predominately Black, have rates of cancer and Covid-19 significantly higher than the rest of Louisiana. Their risk of getting cancer from air pollution is 95% higher than most Americans and in April 2020, St. John the Baptist Parish had the nation’s highest per capita COVID-19 death rate.
This Giclée fine art print is made using archival pigments. It is available on COTTON RAG or STRETCHED + FRAMED CANVAS and comes in sizes Small, Medium, Large, and Oversized.
- COTTON RAG is a beautiful, high-quality watercolor paper. This print is hand-cut so that it's borderless, ready for you to mat or frame.
- STRETCHED + FRAMED CANVAS comes wired and ready to hang, framed in a Douglas Fir floating frame. The canvas print comes with a gallery wrap with a protective archival varnish.