Appalachian Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

is a homemade booklet of 14 drawings of social and environmental injustices found in Appalachia that correlate to the traditional Stations. Artwork and meditations by Jeannie Kirkhope.


To order:

I. Jesus is Condemned (poverty)

II. Jesus Picks up His Cross (minimum wage)

III. Jesus Falls (high school drop outs)

IV. Jesus Meets His Mother for the Last Time (military enlisting)

V. Simon Carries the Cross for Jesus (home health care)

VI. Veronica Wipes the Face of Jesus (families of coal miners)

VII. Jesus Falls a Second Time (drug epidemic)

VIII. Jesus Comforts the Sorrowful Women (floods)

IX. Jesus Falls for the Third Time (government assistance)

X. Jesus is Stripped of His Garments (mountaintop removal)

XI. Jesus is Nailed to the Cross (domestic violence)

XII. Jesus Dies on the Cross (capital punishment)

XIII. Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross (timbering)

XIV. Jesus is Buried in the Tomb (private prisons)

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