So for us to talk about a democracy that we are going to translate into other lands is the height of hypocrisy and is simply foolish. We don’t invent governments for other people.
VETERANS MARCHING DOWN PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, WASHINGTON D.C. 2007
WAR WITHOUT END .....AMEN
This chapter begins in 2003 and follows six years of protests against the war in Iraq. The false claims, by the Bush Administration, that led us into war, ignited marches from coast to coast. The photographs range from average Americans protesting war, to celebrities, veterans and active duty servicemen all demanding peace. The mood is reminiscent of the early 70’s, when hundred of thousands mobilized against war.
No Justice No Peace & Land Of The Free
No Justice No Peace is witness to protests against racist police killing and the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The photographs reveal emotional stories and portraits of mothers who have lost their sons. A focus is on today’s militarized crowd control. The images reflect community, and mobilized efforts to bring people together to find solutions
Land of The Free examines immigration today, in the U.S.;specifically the crisis regarding DACA, and migrant's seeking asylum, family separation and family reunions.