Ricardo Barros

A view looking up from the base of Double Sights, a sculpture by Walter Hood in Scudder Plaza addressing Woodrow Wilson 1879’s legacy. The glass surface shows images of Wilson contemporaries who were critical of his views, including Booker T. Washington; and protests of his policies, including women suffragists in front of the White House and a protest against lynching across America. (See story.)

Photograph by Ricardo Barros