Dear family and friends in North Carolina, Undoubtedly you know by now that your state's General Assembly went out of their way to hold a one-day special legislative session on Thursday, 23 March 2016, to pass a single bill in response to Charlotte's LGBT antidiscrimination ordinance. It was, as you know, promptly signed into law … Continue reading #WeAreNotThis
Back when I was growing up in North Carolina, our neighbors to the south flew the Confederate battle flag atop their state capitol. When I was in high school, there was increasing public pressure to remove it, with opponents of the flag arguing that it symbolizes racism, slavery, and hatred. The counterargument was always that … Continue reading It’s past time to finish the job
A beautiful and compelling new visualization of World War II's staggering human cost.
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Several new items are available for purchase through my newly enhanced and expanded online shop.
I worked with a customer to create three new prints marking March 2015 as National Women's History Month.
It's time for a single, unified fare structure and common ticketing for transit across the New York City region.
An animated GIF map of the New York City Subway's history is very cool, but it's missing at least one small piece.
A friend offered up his own interpretation of what Ed Glaeser and Boris Johnson's "objective" facts really mean.