The names have changed. The need for change has not..
Though technically the beginning of a new week, Sunday always seems more like the last breath of a week gone past. Depending on the prior week, it is either the panicked gasp of one who fears what comes next, or the peaceful exhalation of one having made the most of their time.
Sunday is revelation. It is the moment you realize exactly how you are living your life.
The Black White & Grey
United States Of America. Here, the American flag is ubiquitous. It flaps over us in offices. It's plastered on the backs of our trucks. It's draped over our bodies. So how does personal patriotism live in this constant inundation of American imagery? This week, while stripping away the color, we will explore how the Stars and Stripes manifest themselves in our daily lives.
In the comments, tell me what you think about the flag? Do you feel like it is everywhere? What does it mean to you? How do you feel about it?
December 3, 2014. Eric Garner Protest.
Los Angeles, California.
District of Columbia.