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Some of the furnishings in the house were obtained through barter or sales of Debbie's artwork. "Activists are often creative," she says.

Among the pieces that have yet to be sold is a nocturnal scene of a scorpion playing with a small beetle. A bright, almost childlike moon washes the scorpion in light. A butterfly dances in the sky.

Do you like it, she asks a visitor.
"I call it 'Play With Prey.'

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