I was recently contacted by Jennifer Linney, the publisher of the book POTUS Tweets, about using my photographs to illustrate the moments of history catalogued in the book.
President Barack Obama was the first sitting U.S. president to tweet from the @POTUS Twitter handle, and he did so from May 18, 2015 to January 20, 2017. That Twitter handle will pass from president to president as terms end and terms begin, and the National Archives and Records Administration has preserved President Obama’s tweets in electronic format only, under a new Twitter handle: @POTUS44
Old-fashioned paper-and-ink girl that I am, I’ve compiled a book of those tweets.
All photographs are Creative Commons Licensed. Feel free to use.
Hope has no age limit.
If you peruse this blog or you know me, you know that I am always working to be an ally. If I have learned anything, it is to create a platform for others to lead, and then get out of the way.
Thank you to Alaska Airlines (@AlaskaAir) for entertaining my suggestion to create a platform for the leaders coming home to Washington, DC USA with me.
Additional photos from Washington, DC are below as well.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (@HolocaustMuseum), opened in 1993, recently changed its no photography policy, and so, with a very good light sensitive camera, I went to take photographs, which I’m sharing (see below).
This time, I thought about behavior change techniques, effectively used, to deny diverse people control of their destiny, and then their lives.
In my previous post about this series, I touched on some of the history of H Street, NE. Here’s a little bit more: