The iconic image that made the cover of Time was notable for how it seemed to capture the chaos of that Saturday in Baltimore and the uprising as a whole, but it is also a brilliantly conceived photo. The Camden Street sign and Orioles banners on the light poles gives you a clear sense of its location, even for those whose knowledge of Baltimore is superficial. And for those who are aware of the city and what downtown and the Inner Harbor represent—namely "white Baltimore" in all its tourist-courting glory—the photo is even more loaded. And then there's Allen's decision to focus on the police charging, which throws the man running out of focus and gives a sense of motion although he's frozen in mid-stride. There, the photo becomes iconic and a universal idea is represented in a single frame—the fear black men, women, and children have of being terrorized by the police. Across from this photo in the exhibit is one of a young boy sporting a police hat in the middle of the uprising, an image that captures Baltimore during the uprising, when it seemed as though everything was flipped upside-down. Here, we have a young black boy—who we might otherwise assume is a target of police—wearing the garb of a police officer.