On the holiday celebrating the Declaration of Independence of the United States, New York City remained largely in lockdown against the coronavirus pandemic. Public celebrations were cancelled and the famous Macy’s fireworks display was held in undisclosed locations. Protests against … Continue reading →
Five months have passed with excruciating speed and pain in New York City. This post is a look back on the momentous period between February and June 2020 and an attempt to give visual expression to the relentless chronology of … Continue reading →
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An eclectic and highly subjective look back at New York City in 2019, including parks and protests, a synagogue and a church, flowers and lights and an ancient statue.
Posted in Black and White, Bronx, Manhattan, New York, Protest March, Women's March
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The third annual Women’s March in New York City, while smaller this year than in the past, still brought out large crowds of protesters.
Scenes from the Women’s March on New York protesting the inauguration of Donald Trump. An estimated 250,000 women, men, and children marched across 42nd Street and up Fifth Avenue today to Trump Tower in a show of solidarity with the … Continue reading →