The crumbling white building sits at the end of Elm Street, bracketed by a patch of dirt and a construction site. Its only tenants are a pair of wasps living in a light fixture dangling from a rotting overhang—round and round they go, like guards on watch. Some nights others live there: the homeless for whom padlocks and plywood are no match or who sneak in through a rooftop hatch. For years, graffiti artists have used its interior... More >>>
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Courtesy Dallas Public Library
William Sidney Pittman served two years in the Leavenworth federal prison for publishing and distributing Brotherhood Eyes.