ProPublica’s effort is to bring light on those undocumented crimes by documenting them and making them known.
First Nation people have to continue the perilous fight for their rightful voice. Seek spaces in which voices of those who are oppressed or underrepresented are valued, heard, and made aware.
I have been wanting to create a downloadable infographic for such a long time so I decided to make one that is relevant and helpful to our current political climate. I hope you enjoy! Be sure to share! #SharingIsCaring
“Our work calls attention to the many urgent crises that confront us, in support of the ongoing struggle for a more just, peaceful and sustainable world.” — The Illuminator
Language has the power to create and define situations; it has the ability to establish truths and realities; it has the strength to change what is unwanted and to create what is desired. If you truly do not condone what has happened in Charlottesville, if this was the needed wake up call that you have been waiting for, then call it what it is. Recognize it, understand it, listen to the voices that have been and are undervalued, and define this moment as one that must change. “Not who we are … anymore.” Anymore.
In an interview with photographer and mentor Thaddeus Miles about his work and his effort to shift our perspectives, I felt inspired to directly seek work that contributes toward sharing world-views and perspectives while also seeking words that document this moment in our history. Thus, This Moment was created.