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AJC Decatur Book Festival returns with an LGBT flair

SouthernStories: Ryan Peterson talks homelessness, recovery, and living with HIV

Homeless LGBT youths find an Atlanta haven

American Privilege in the Kingdom of Bahrain

Shirt Off My Back Campaign

Mayor Reed says Eagle raid ‘leading to real change’

Activists silently protest Eagle raid at Atlanta police breakfast

Why a clothing donation campaign is taking a stand against homophobia

Take off your shirt and kiss against homophobia

Gay hand holding rally on for Saturday in Atlanta

Second bar raid protest now set for City Hall

Advocate Awards

Straight Ally Award, International Day Against Homophobia 2013

Female Activist, David Magazine’s Best of Atlanta 2011

Up and Coming Activist, Georgia Voice’s Best of Atlanta 2010

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Bus 52 was a super cool video project that traveled around the U.S. documenting local grassroots work to improve communities. They popped into Atlanta and my photography campign, Shirt Off My Back, was one of the lucky spotlights.
After the Atlanta Police raided a Midtown gay bar in 2009, I became relentlessly involved in fighting for the consitional rights of Atlanta citizens. Mayor Reed’s formation of an LGBT police advisory board was short lived and highly contested.