Photojournalism

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It all started at the MLK Marade many years ago.

I was only 6 when Dr. Martin Luther King was shot and didn’t even know of him then. A few years would pass and I would look to Mary Tyler Moore and Marlo Thomas (from That Girl) for inspiration. Equality, not just for women, would become my passion.

We not only celebrate Dr. King’s life and legacy, we continue to fulfill that legacy and quest for equality for all. We stand united and March For Peace. We March For Our Lives for stricter gun control. We march for equality and continued change. For acceptance, tolerance, respect, and for love, for all. No matter color or race, gender, sexual orientation or faith.

More than my participation in history and in something I passionately believe in, with my camera (another appendage) I get to tell the story. Share the emotion. You can see on their faces, and in their eyes. Change is coming; as we continue to grow and evolve as individuals and collectively.