Is it possible that anything you can conceive, with any combination of words, can, in the fullness of time, manifest itself materially? Some such thought will be prompted by the reading of any of the 100 liquid landscapes in my surreal collection.
New York City and State Elections articles on Democracy Chronicles
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I was there taking photographs and doing interviews as New York State Senator Jesse Hamilton joined in a march supporting a new Black History Class bill that would make teaching black history mandatory in schools in New York State.
Citizens United handed a defeat in New York where they tried to prevent charities from having to disclose donors
The Working Families Party organized on Sunday, March 4, in Brooklyn to visit a preplanned speech by New York State Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to hand her a petition in support of the desperate nation of Yemen.
A crowd of around 50 people or so who came out March 1st to Union Square in NYC to bring more awareness to the plight of immigrants and the brutality of ICE, the national immigration enforcement service.
Demonstrators at this event were protesting the latest allegations of the corruption of Joseph Percoco, one of the two of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s closest aids, and payoffs tied to Cuomo’s upstate nefarious dealings.
I recently took part in the ‘You Can’t Deport a Movement’ action against the deportation of immigrants. The event was organized to support the cause of NYC immigrant rights leader Ravi Ragbir who the government is looking to deport.
A group from “World Can’t Wait, Witness Against Torture” and the ACLU came to the main area of Grand Central Station in NYC on Thursday to say a loud “NO!” to Trump’s plan to keep Guantanamo open.
The New York City public campaign finance system is sending its first real warning signs of trouble
An estimated half-million people turned out to the protest to support women’s rights, reproductive rights, Black Lives Matter, Children’s Rights, to impeach and arrest Donald Trump and much more.