“Momenti Italiani – Volume I” is the first record of an ongoing body of work of inspired moments while traveling to visit family and friends in Italy.
Archives for June 2020
If living with COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s to be kind and care – especially with the broken and most vulnerable among us.
Thousands of laborers have headed home on foot after the national lock-down clearly reflect the high chances of acute shortage of labor once the restriction is over. It’s extremely concerning to see how coronavirus has a multifaceted impact on marginalized people which needs immediate action.
With technology continuing to advance at a breakneck pace, making our lives more convenient and connected, one would hope that we would be safer as well. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. The sobering truth is that sexual assault and sexual violence occur frequently throughout the U.S. According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), an American is assaulted every 73 seconds, a rate that is horrifically excessive.
With you…and without you.
Year of the Jackpot reminds us that certain combinations of simultaneous cyclical phenomena are winning combinations, but other combinations are decidedly losing combinations, and we are increasingly gambling for high stakes.
Today, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, activism is increasingly taking place over social media, in addition to the protests happening all over the country. But what is social media activism? Want to get involved but aren’t sure how? Here’s what you need to know about this powerful tool—and how to use it for good.
For all who have been sheltered and well-served, there are countless others who are suffering, if not from the immediate threat of the virus, then from its devastating side effects.
Cancer deaths have steadily been declining in the United States since the early 1990s, in large part because diagnoses and treatments have improved. Unfortunately, actual cases of cancers have not seen the same decrease, and indeed, cases of many cancers have been steadily increasing during the same time frame.
iPhone photographs from book titled “Momenti Italiani” of Campiello del Remer in Venice Italy. Sad lion guard of stairs to Palazzo Lion Morosini.