Early in the coronavirus crisis, and in this summer’s wave of chaos in American streets, Rachel Bulman began paying close attention to the faces in news reports.
She also found herself thinking about a hero: the Black Panther.
Born in the Philippines before being adopted, the Catholic writer has lived her life — as a daughter, wife and mother — in white America. As a child, she didn’t look like her family. Now, her children are growing up “knowing that they just don’t look like everyone else,” she said. “Our family has its own story.”
Bulman responded by hanging images of saints from…