TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)- Yisrael K. Feldsott placed his "My Enemy" artwork in front of the Equality House across the street from Westboro Baptist Church.
The artwork consists of a group of life sized silhouetted figures which are condemned, kneeling and "waiting for execution," says Feldsott.
Alongside the figures, stand monks aflame referencing the protests on the streets of Saigon and Tibet.
Feldsott told 13 News his goal is to end hatred in our country. He will be making stops across the country with his artwork and his last stop is in New York City October 14.
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