Thanks for publishing my photo @DCist. It’s of the No Kings Collective (@NoKingsDC) Anniversary Party at the LizLot, adjoining the Elizabeth Taylor Medical Center on 14th Street, Northwest, Washington, DC (of course).
It was/is a great time to celebrate being seen as LGBTQ human beings and visible (including #TransVisibility) in our nation’s capital, which is what my generation of physicians came to health care to do – see people as unique individuals. Not a small coincidence (not really) that this happens in the most inclusive city in the world.
The rest of my photos from the day are below as well as a 360 view, including the chandelier… 🙂 .
More information about the installation:
THE LOT AT THE LIZ IS A SUMMER LONG TEMPORARY INSTALLATION CELEBRATING THE VALUES, VISION AND HISTORY OF WHITMAN-WALKER HEALTH.
No Kings Collective has designed a temporary urban installation wrapping the space that was once home to Whitman-Walker (@WhitmanWalker) with a series of murals. Throughout the 30,000 square-foot piece, they explore core theme such as “Work It Girl,” celebrating Whitman-Walker Health’s work with the LGBTQ community. The aim of the installation is to share the stories of the health center while creating a space that reflects the values of openness, inclusion and diversity that are the epitome of Whitman-Walker. Fivesquares Development served as the catalyst for this project, showcasing support for the community vision and celebrating the city before embarking on a new chapter for the space.