Ndume Olatushani: Art from Death Row — and Beyond

Read Laura Hutson’s article in the Nashville Scene on the paintings of Ndume Olatushani, which are currently on display at the Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Center at Vanderbilt University.  Ndume spent 28 years in prison, 17 of which were on death row, for a crime he did not commit.  He now lives in Nashville and is actively engaged in the Prison to Cradle Pipeline Campaign.

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