Jackson, a transformative voice in contemporary art, uses her work "Tear Suture Scab" to explore the Black experience. Drawing from "The Hunt of the Unicorn," she reimagines the unicorn as a symbol of resurrection and inherent goodness, presenting it as a Black unicorn, a potent emblem of the Black narrative. Jackson dares to personify death, giving it a voice that's both humorous and melancholic, challenging our perceptions of death as a necessary part of resurrection. Her characters, Suki and Shade, embody resistance, questioning societal norms and selective empathy. Jackson's work is more than art; it's a journey, a testament to the healing power of art, and a catalyst for societal transformation.