"If we waited on politicians to act, we would still be waiting. "
February 16, 2019
“When we try to define ourselves, the truth is always somewhere in the middle. That’s one of the beautiful things about photography and portraiture: it’s not a fixed ideal, and it’s not a fixed image. It makes us think, and it makes us go further back into the recesses of our own mind to understand ideas about the truth.” – Hilton Als
Via: The Paris Review
February 15, 2019
We live in a time when language has been weaponized for high crimes and petty cruelties, while neutralized when it should state the obvious. Democracy may die in darkness, but it also slips away under cover of euphemism.
Via: New York Times
February 14, 2019
“A year ago, students called for change. A year later, we again call on Tennessee lawmakers to listen to us and to the majority of Tennesseans who reject the false narrative that nothing can be done to address gun violence.” – Ella Kuhnhenn
Via: The Tennessean