Thanks for publishing my photo @WTOP . Venues like this one have an important place in making people feel safer and accepted in their true identities. It explains part of the significance of the murder of 49 people at Pulse nightclub in Orlando on June 12, 2016. Town Danceboutique, the largest LGBTQ night club in …
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Thanks for publishing my photo DCist (@DCist). I’ll follow up with a post about the entire experience. In the meantime, As DC goes, so goes the nation in this century 🙂 . Plus, protesters bring the dance party (and glitter) to Mitch McConnell’s house, what’s up with Kwame Onwuachi, and more in the news. Source: …
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Thanks for publishing my photos @Popville. They are of the Werk for your Health performance art / demonstration which took place in Washington, DC (of course) on June 26, 2017. I’ll post on the experience later. In the meantime, enjoy. Source: Photos from PoPville – WERK for Your Health | PoPville
Thanks for publishing my photo @DCist. It’s of the observation area from the beautiful new National Museum of African American History and Culture. I wrote about my visit there recently: Being #TransVisible at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Plus, D.C.’s coolest companies, why the Klingle Valley Hiker-Biker Trail took 27 years, …
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The photograph, by the way, was taken when I was enrolled in the Kaiser Permanente Executive Leadership Program, operated by the Harvard School of Business Executive Education Program (@HBSExecEd). Besides this time being a moment of record-breaking snowfall, it was also a time of mind- and horizon- expansion for me.
I snapped a shot every morning, and I specifically remember this one, with a quote from Steve Jobs.
I still feel this way, which is that I/we/humans are often asked directly or indirectly to live someone else’s life – I have been asked this many many (many) times.