Alice Procter gestures in front of “Death of Major Peirson,” John Singleton Copley (1783) as she uses the painting to discuss colonialism, race, and Scottish-English relations.

Alice Procter, with chin-length blonde hair, wearing a black t-shirt is about to move her arm like a wide fan in front of a paintin that depicts a French vs British battle, many soldiers are wearing red coats, the Union Jack flag and a yellow flag dominate the middle of the scene. To the right in the foreground a woman and her children are running in fear.

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