Diane Butts's PhotoBlog

“I am a writer, photographer and filmmaker. I got started with writing – that was the beginning of my creative journey. "I used to watch TV a lot. I was a big…

Jackie has lived in Brooklyn for 14 years. She describes herself as a solo cyclist and local Brooklyn guide. Her current distinction - she has biked and…

To say that LaVonda Lyons is busy would be a big understatement. She's an educator, a mom, a WW (Weight Watchers) workshop leader, a fitness instructor, and so…

Yolanda James, Owner of Insight Opticians, Washington, DC How it Began. “I started as a retail manager and buyer in Richmond at Linens and Things, and I…

Linda's Ambitions I met this delightful and beautiful young woman not long ago when I walked by her and a friend who were dining al fresco in DC. I had a…

Meeting Clifford Owens It's not everyday that you bump into a well-known creative. He was waiting at the corner to cross the street in midtown Manhattan. As I…

Richmond, Virginia - August 2020 I hadn’t been to my hometown in quite some time so I was eager to see the state of the statues on Monument Ave. To say the…

For gym enthusiasts, the pandemic put a damper on working out. But Brian Alexander had an idea … taking it to the streets. He and eight of his friends started…

Designer, Business Owner, Model “I was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo. I came to the US in December 1996 as a refugee after my father was killed. We…

Dr. Valerie Robinson Dr. Valerie Robinson is the newly-elected president of the PanHellenic Council of Washington, DC – the umbrella organization for the…

Lily shares her experiences as a deaf person and as a social media influencer. “I am 31 years old. I was born in New York City and raised in New Jersey near…

KT explains why this is so important to the cause ... “We the people took a public piece of land, privatized it for the people and now we’ve created a…

DC’s walking encyclopedia (Schooled with Love) Antonio Love was born and raised in Washington, DC. He’s a walking encyclopedia on all things about the city. He…

Sherlivia's Story Sherlivia is seeking justice for how she says she was treated in her home city of Brooklyn, NY. Right now, she and her husband and young…

Dupont Circle in NW Washington, DC was once coined "the gayest place in America." These days there are many neighborhoods where LGBTQ community members call…

Against the backdrop of the iconic National Museum of African American History and Culture, Sean Williams addressed the crowd. He reminded fathers, families,…

Street Art in NYC On an ordinary walk in Chelsea, I bumped into a pair of street artists finishing up the day’s work on 22nd Street. @soulthundre and…

I met two educators last week who are passionate about their work and about achieving justice for all. These young people feel it's important to represent…
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