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Rise Up For Roe – Austin, TX

Poli Pix joined women’s choice advocates in Austin as part of NARAL & Planned Parenthood’s 10 city-tour to focus attention on stopping the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.

Among the participants were: Wendy Davis, former State Senator and Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate; Brittany Packnett, a firebrand civil rights activist; and Dawn Laguens, Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer at Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund; and others.

Here are a few of shots from the event:

#RoadtoChange Recalls Tragedy to Make Progress in Denver, CO

In one of Poli Pix’s more emotionally-profound stops along March For Our Lives’ #RoadtoChange tour, survivors and families affected by the tragic events at Columbine High School and other mass shootings shared their mission to ensure safer communities with a 1,000+ person audience in Denver, CO.

Related reporting here: https://www.westword.com/news/road-to-change-stopped-in-denver-july-13-for-town-hall-on-gun-violence-10539582

Here’s a sample of images we provided to March For Our Lives:

 

 

#RoadtoChange’s Colorful Reception in Aurora, CO

March For Our Lives’ Road to Change Tour stopped in Aurora, CO, the infamous site of ‘The Dark Night Massacre’ – a mass shooting at a local movie theater that claimed the lives of 12 people and injured 70 others in July 2012.

Here are a few of the images we provided to the organization from our fully gallery of 126 photos.

 

 

March For Our Lives’ #RoadtoChange Tour in Dallas, TX

Poli Pix Co. has been BUSY! We were fortunate enough to be invited to contribute to March For Our Lives’ #RoadToChange Tour throughout the organization’s planned stops across Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado.

All along the ‘Road to Change’ the survivors-turned-activists from Parkland, Florida are joining other gun safety advocates for events to register and engage new voters in the political process. This event at Paul Quinn College in Dallas, TX drew and estimated 500-600 people.

Here’s a sample of the full gallery we provided to the organization (21/81 total photos):

 

The business of the arts

Chicago’s Ben Brownson of Broken Nose Theater Company and Leadership Greater Chicago speaks with Wooly Mammoth Theater’s Meghan Pressman during a Leadership Greater Washington discussion on being successful in the business of the arts.

Leadership Greater Washington Annual Meeting

LGW members – community leaders from across the Washington metro region – join for a jovial group shot during LGW’s 2016 Annual Meeting at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery in Washington, DC.