- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 19, 2016

NEW YORK (AP) - New York City primary voters casting their vote for a presidential candidate can also offer their thoughts on Tuesday’s election or any other issue at a video confessional booth.

Brooklyn-based artist Hank Willis Thomas’ portable “Truth Booth” arrived in midtown-Manhattan on Tuesday. Voters entering the booth are asked to record themselves finishing the sentence “The truth is …”

The “Truth Booth” is installed at the Museum of Drug Policy, a three-day pop-up cultural venue that opened Tuesday to coincide with the U.N. General Assembly’s Special Session on the world drug problem.

The museum features artworks, programming and panel discussions on the impact of current drug policies around the globe.

Thomas plans to take his “Truth Booth” on a national tour this summer.


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