Social justice in the cracks of city. I came across these feminist posters near 5 points. It brings conversations to the table about society’s treatment of women. Atlanta has always been a melting pot in the south and has a rich history of social activism.
I met a couple who wanted a creative shot of themselves together, so I asked the girl to teach her boyfriend a dance move- he’s in the military and looks to be in good shape so when I noticed him breaking a sweat, I asked him what was wrong.
“As the protesters marched through the streets, it began to storm. Every time the thunder crashed, the protesters would cheer louder and louder. It seemed as if mother nature herself were cheering them on..”
“That’s a pretty bold sticker, why do you like Obamacare?”
“I think that healthcare is a right and Obamacare is a step in that right direction, it may not be perfect but it’s the best step we’ve had in at least a century. I wish that both parties would work at fixing it instead of sabotaging a good thing- you’re playing with people’s lives over petty politics.”
“My purpose in this world is to bring light to the dark”
“Tell me about a time that you did that”
“I made a documentary on the homeless women at City of Refuge and shared their stories giving them the chance to feel human and worthy- showing the world that you can become homeless in a moment so don’t judge people that aren’t as well off as you”