I'm with Slobodan, I think it's kinda good. All the elements pulling together to create a sort of uncomfortable feeling, and then the image on the screen and its built in and deliberate cognitive dissonance (at least for us white americans it's pretty hard to not be subtly tweaked by that sort of image and label). Nice. It says something that's not sayable in words, really, and it unfolds itself in the viewer's mind into something bigger than the photograph.
Well, this viewer, anyways.
And I think Slobodan said pretty much all that, at least the bits that are correct. I am solely responsible for the stupid and wrong parts.