If you haven’t already voted by mail, early voting in person starts Monday here in the State of Georgia in the United States of America. Early voting in some other states has already started. You […]
They talk about a Wall of Moms at the protests in Portland as if the presence of moms is something new — but the moms have always been there, in the streets. And they were […]
I went into Atlanta and rode my bike to the Georgia State Capitol to bear witness to the arrival of John Lewis today, prior to his funeral tomorrow at Ebenenzer Baptist Church. I took a […]
“Have a blessed day,” they say here in the south at some point every day in the course of your travels (back when we had travels). It usually comes from someone who is perhaps down […]
I join the people of Georgia’s 5th Congressional District, the United States of America, and the world in mourning the death of Civil Rights icon and 17-times-elected U.S. Congressman John Lewis. Here is street photography […]
Today is World Bicycle Day. Take to the streets. Stay in the streets.
It’s always cool to pass the enormous mural of Civil Rights icon, John Lewis, on Sweet Auburn Avenue, and it was especially nice as part of Bicycle Tours of Atlanta’s Journey for Civil Rights Tour. […]