Our community saw the portraits taken by award-winning photographer John Noltner in the wake of the George Floyd murder.  In this exhibit, Noltner posed the question, What Do You Want to Say? to the protesters. 

And now, our own community is responding.

They made their voices heard, will you?

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Howard Kichler

November 19, 2020

The words of the individuals whose pictures are shown are inspiring. Unfortunately in the world hate is taught in the home and on college campuses. When it isn't taught outright, it is tolerated when public figures express "Hate" and these public figures are not repudiated. An apology by these individuals in not an apology, but meaningless words like "If I offended someone I did not mean to".

Jeff L

November 5, 2020

Your Picture

Those that experience privilege must do more. It's a critical time for our country. We must do better.

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See and feel the inspiring messages given to us by people who went to the scene of the George Floyd murder in the days immediately following.

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