Thanks for publishing my photo, Kojo Nnamdi Show, in What D.C.’s Disappearing Gay Neighborhoods Mean For Local LGBTQ Culture

2017.06.10 Painting of #DCRainbowCrosswalks Washington, DC USA 6436
2017.06.10 Painting of #DCRainbowCrosswalks Washington, DC USA 6436 (View on Flickr.com)

Thanks for publishing my photo, @KojoShow.

It’s of the historic rainbow crosswalks painted in Washington, DC in 2017. The historic part is the first ever transgender pride flag crosswalk in the United States. Thank you to Washington, DC ANC Commissioner Randy Downs (@RandyDaleDowns) for adding even more inclusivity to the most inclusive city in the world.

2017.06.10 Painting of #DCRainbowCrosswalks Washington, DC USA 6432
2017.06.10 Painting of #DCRainbowCrosswalks Washington, DC USA 6432 (View on Flickr.com)

Equality looks great on any city, doesn’t it 🙂 .

How an iMessage App helped make history at the first transgender pride crosswalk in the United States

A look into the blurring boundaries around D.C.’s gay neighborhoods, and what this means for LGBTQ identity, culture, assimilation and activism.

Source: What D.C.’s Disappearing Gay Neighborhoods Mean For Local LGBTQ Culture – The Kojo Nnamdi Show

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