Washington DC Tag

This morning, watching dawn break over New Haven, I see the faces of the young people I've met these many weeks during election season. In Philadelphia, college students struggling to walk the path of social justice in tough economic times, In Los Angeles, interfaith students figuring out how to answer their calling. In Washington, DC, Sikh Americans aching to serve their community in response to a rising tide of hate. And in my neighborhood in New Haven, young people of color coping with the sound of gunshots in

David Kato, an LGBT advocate and spokesperson with Sexual Minorities Uganda, was found bludgeoned to death in his home near the Ugandan capital of Kampala. It is currently unclear if his death is linked to his activism, but his name was included in a published list of the “Top 100 Homosexuals in Uganda” with a call to “Hang Them.” Currently in Uganda, “homosexual acts” may be punishable by 14 years to life in prison, but there is also a proposed bill that seeks to make homosexuality punishable by

Today was the final day of our summer film production. We spent the day filming b-roll (images of people and places) around our nation's capital, and then we ended our summer journey with a celebration dinner. And yes, even a shameless dance of joy. Today's pictures speak louder than words, so I invite you to glimpse moments from our day-- and our joy at the day's end! We began at the Lincoln Memorial, and then we drove our van to the White House, where we were met with