On January 29, 2017, I went to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport to photograph the #RallyForRefugees, which was held to call for the release of people detained by airport officials due to one of President Donald Trump’s most recent executive orders. Below are a number of photos taken at the protest:
By Petite Pointer
On Saturday, September 24, 2016, a friend and I organized a candlelight vigil at Belo Gardens in Downtown Dallas for Tyre King, Terence Clutcher, and other victims of police brutality.
It was my first time back in the city since the July 7 shootings that took place there.
Here is a transcript of the speech I gave:
Barrett Brown, a 33-year-old American journalist and founder of Project PM, was sentenced to five years in prison in late January. But why is his story worth noting? And how is this an attack on journalism? Allison Pointer, ImportantCool’s US-based journalist, attended the hearing and here’s what she had to say.
The 22nd of January 2015, marked 37 days since the supposed sentencing date for journalist Barrett Brown. But it was then that his sentence was actually handed down, a court decision that will have catastrophic effects on the future of journalists in the US. Continue reading →