I STARTED photographing people on the street du...
I STARTED photographing people on the street during World War II. I used a little box Brownie. Nothing too expensive. The problem is I’m not a good photographer. To be perfectly honest, I’m too shy. Not aggressive enough. Well, I’m not aggressive at all. I just loved to see wonderfully dressed women, and I still do. That’s all there is to it.
This morning we, along with 100 amazing and won...
This morning we, along with 100 amazing and wonderful volunteers, built a kindness "wall" in front of Trump Tower in NYC for our last step of 12 Kinds of Kindness. http://12kindsofkindness.com/the-steps/dive-deep/story/
Excluding people breeds discrimination, hate and sometimes terrorism. History tells us that building walls, both physically and metaphorically, will only cause more problems. We simply cannot shut out people based on religion, ethnicity, race, gender or sex. Instead of building walls, let’s build more kindness and love. Let’s build more understanding and more acceptance in our country. Kindness is an innate quality that we all have as human beings. We need a leader who will be an example of this. Let’s stand up to this intolerance. Let’s not let walls tear us down.
A peaceful protest that turned out to be an inspiring experience. We will be doing more of these soon, even bigger and better. #12kindsofkindness #buildkindnessnotwalls - if you want to participate in future events email firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos by Ramon Trotman, Jason Bergman and Daniel Forero