This is the final sketch for my Black&White Editorial project. I was very impressed when Susan Burton shared her life stories and what she is currently doing. Giving resources and support to just-released female offenders are not an easy task. It would be almost impossible for many of those women to start a new life without Susan's help. Her story was truly inspiring and admirable. So, I wanted to depict her experience and the role she is taking in the society. In the sketch, there is a conveyor belt keeps moving forward and it is pushing all the just-released people forward and forward. In the end, they would just fall off from the conveyor belt, which symbolizes how there would be no help for them from the society. However, Susan is holding a big nest with houses inside, giving those depressed people a gentle smile. She is providing them home, protection and helping them by providing opportunities.