I write stuff, photograph stuff and tinker with techie stuff.
fighting crime: coldcases.org
Danielle McGuire's land mark history, *At the Dark End of the Street: Black Women, Rape, and Resistance*, centers on the story of the remarkable Recy Taylor, a black woman who was abducted and raped at gunpoint by white men in 1944—and, with Rosa Parks, fought for justice then and lived to have the state of Alabama issue a formal apology to her in 2011. Danielle has published a piece in the Detroit Free Press on how she, as a white woman, came study African American history (link in the comments). I had the honor of meeting Mrs. Taylor at a National Press Club Event in 2011. My photograph of her and Danielle appears in today's DFP article.
Rainy morning commute
A stunning display by Robert Fripp and his Legion of Crafty Crimsons