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Author Archives: Charles Loggins III
Part of Chicago’s history is built upon isolating some communities to the occupants of minorities by the use of real estate manipulation which declined loans applicants who lived in poor area’s because the area was declared a “financial risk”. This … Continue reading
A Black American was shot and killed by police with his hands up…his name was Terence Crutcher. It was another Friday.
Thought this was a good example on manipulating cognitive cues! Done by the Lyndon Wade of the Wade Brothers…www.thewadebrothers.com
So many of us look to find an image of ourselves within our pop culture as a representation of who we are or what we can become. However that search is often times for not, especially for minorities. Cultural representation … Continue reading
First time trying a digital double exposure technique in Photoshop! I love the way this came out!!!! Had to put my signature touch with the use of birds within my image of course, but geez I am loving this! I … Continue reading
Summer nights are vastly approaching and I cant help but to think about the air that runs through the night carrying a cool breeze through a humid barrier! A refreshing cold drink to counter balance the heat and the feeling … Continue reading
Ever felt like you were trapped in your own skin? Like you wanted to break free of your body and become more then what your physical feature show you as? Sometimes we can feel confined to our own skin and … Continue reading
Sometimes you have to fight for the things you want and for the people you love! Choose your battles carefully! Besides, some things are worth fighting for and some things are not!