The headline is correct, and I’m very excited to help out. These crosswalks will include a transgender pride flag, the first one in the United States, the second one in North America.
I created a mockup using photoshop, but I think I’ll wait for the finished product to post.
I am always honored when the DC Policy Center (@DCPolicyCenter) uses my photographs, this is a special honor.
If I ever write a book (a big if), it would likely be about the history of the LGBTQ movement as I have seen it in the last 10 years. It’s been a privilege to capture some of its most important moments, in the most defining leadership moments of our time.
To assist in the creation of this piece, I selected some photographs from my collection. It’s important to include celebrations as well as the challenging times. And I haven’t included all of the communities (plural) of LGBTQ humanity.
Self-Explanatory 🙂 . Thanks again for publishing my photo, @DCist. Plus, an oral history project about Marion Barry, a question about empty storefronts, and more in the news. Source: Go Home Already: Hill ‘Party House’ To Meet The Board Of Zoning: DCist
This is a photograph taken from a relatively new view in Washington, DC, at the top of the Atlantic Plumbing building. The piece it’s published with (linked below) refers to the Richmond model of reducing community violence, by treating it as a public health issue. I’ve written about the Richmond model previously on this blog, …
Continue reading “Thanks for Publishing My Photo, in Implementing the NEAR Act to reduce violence in D.C. – D.C. Policy Center”
This is a photograph of the new “North End Shaw” neighborhood, Washington, DC USA FIRST TAKE—Stay the course on business tax reform – D.C. Policy Center Source: FIRST TAKE—Stay the course on business tax reform – D.C. Policy Center
This photograph was taken in historic Blagden Alley, Washington, DC USA. You can read more about Blagden Alley here. Perusing D.C.’s small stock of multi-bedroom rentals – D.C. Policy Center Source: Perusing D.C.’s small stock of multi-bedroom rentals – D.C. Policy Center (@DCPolicyCenter)
14th Street Northwest has changed even more since this photograph was taken. Did you notice that it’s now lit up in the colors of the transgender pride flag? 🙂 The lack of affordable options affects almost everyone. Source: In D.C., most want to buy homes, but can’t – Curbed DC (@curbedDC)
This is a photo of 14th Street, Northwest, in Washington, DC, a place that’s undergone tremendous change. Here are the rest of the photos in this series. The cheapest one-bedroom apartments can be found along the eastern portion of the Orange and Blue Lines, according to a report by RentHop. Source: Interactive Map: Average Rents …
Continue reading “Thanks for publishing my photo @DCist in Interactive Map: Average Rents Increase Near 61 Of 91 Metrorail Stops”
Thanks to Knowledge Commons DC (@KnowledgeCommDC) for posting about their mural art walk, because I am a huge fan of Cory Stowers’ work as well as all of @murals_dc.
Why? Because I love Washington, DC and the way he celebrates it all over our city. I will now dutifully begin tagging my photos and giving him credit.
Of course this year, people will be participating in the 2017 Equality March in Washington, DC (@EqualityMarch17). School districts across the U.S. are ignoring queer and trans students’ sexual development, and that can lead to long-term effects on LGBTQ students. Source: LGBTQ Sexual Education is Missing in U.S. Schools, and That Needs to Stop @DailyDot