Today is the 3-year anniversary of the passage of Prop 8. Dave Valk, who we met in Miami on the 50-state Story Tour, shares with us what it was like the day after the 2008 election. He also explains how Prop 8 is what made him, and countless others, into the activist he is today. He currently works for Save Dade, whose mission is to promote, protect and defend equality in Miami-Dade county.
FEATURED ARTIST - Paul Richmond STORY by William Weaver I grew up in Granville, Ohio. A small, white, privileged, community whose pretentiousness and/or lack of reality is held in by the cornfields and cookie cutter subdivisions that circumscribe this stepford village. It is in this village that various different experiences have shaped and continue to shape the life [...]
FEATURED ARTIST - Alexis Millena STORY by William Keck I’m from Santee, California. In that small, poor suburb of San Diego, I grew up in a big, Mexican family. Every Christmas was an enormous shared celebration at my grandmother’s house that involved helping my grandmother hang her decades-old Christmas decorations, coercing my cousins to practice songs to sing [...]