Faces For Equality Collection
This archive is dedicated to my collection of vignettes called Faces For Equality. Begun at the National Equality March (October 11, 2009), Faces For Equality features the stories of individuals who are standing up for queer equality. Vignettes address three main questions:
» Who are the people that are marching, advocating, and showing their support in other ways?
» Why is advocacy important to them and what motivates them to stand up for queer equality?
» What kind of change do they want to see in America?
The goal of the collection is to hopefully shed light on the very personal, human aspect of this movement. There is an incredible diversity to those who stand up for queer equality, and it’s important we see who these people are. Below are posts about the project followed by links to the various collections.
October 7, 2009 – Introducing Faces For Equality
October 12, 2009 – Some Pictures From The National Equality March
October 31, 2009 – Reflections on the Faces For Equality Project (1st Collection)
February 11, 2010 – Introducing The 2nd Faces For Equality Collection