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greenhead

(grēn′hĕd′)
n.
Any of several horseflies having green eyes, found especially in coastal regions.
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The small, delicately painted Greenheads are not easily identifiable as white or black, male or female, even oppressor or victim, yet the scenarios point to a particular American history of oppression and its residue, which the viewer must draw on to complete the narrative circuit.
A Greenhead stands in red-striped underpants, wearing a hood (in "Caucasian" flesh tones) that covers his head and face except for his eyes and oversize nostrils.
So far the project is off to a great start through my work with the Friends of Greenhead Park, and I am now trying to branch out to involve other community groups and gather some more attention for the project," said Christopher.