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As a female journalist of color

As a female journalist of color

Saturday, I photographed the unveiling ceremony of the “Women’s Column of Strength,” a memorial statue dedicated to Chinese, Korean and Filipina sex slaves of World War II in San Francisco’s Chinatown. During the war, the Japanese military forced over 200,000 women and girls into slavery for their soldiers to abuse. The victims were given the […]

The Old Broad Speaks

The Old Broad Speaks

You need to speak English while we devour your culture. In 2000, 15% of Colorado’s population spoke a language other than English. Roughly 422,000 people spoke dialects of Spanish, almost 31,000 spoke German, and approximately 19,000 spoke French. Also included in the count were Korean, Chinese, Arabic, Japanese, Italian, Polish, and Russian. Just this month, […]

Follow Five Friday – Board Game Enthusiasts

Follow Five Friday – Board Game Enthusiasts

  Board gaming was once a niche hobby familiar to few, but has surged in popularity over recent years. Board games are making their comeback as a form of mainstream entertainment and hundreds of new games are being produced each year in an attempt to pique the interest of prospective new gamers. People who crave […]

No Bones About It

No Bones About It

Sometimes as an artist you have to step out on faith. That belief you have that the stars you once only drew were not just real but attainable. When art becomes a function of life, of your very being, it creates a calling within you to want to share your unique vision with the world […]

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