Tag: Life


Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota

I thanked these folks for the privilege to capture this moment in time. Two old school social warriors with a simple message about what we should expect from our legal but illegitimate leader – a powerful portrait that conveys a world’s righteous anger towards a president who only respects himself. This movement is real & unstoppable. Women’s March Minnesota St. Paul, Minnesota. Photo: Christopher Pollard

 

People Have The Power. Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

 

“Say No to the Cheeto”. Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

 

“Repeal and Replace Republicans”. Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

 

“I Am No Longer Accepting The Things I Cannot Change. I Am Changing The Things I Cannot Accept”. Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

 

“Supercallousfascistracistextrabraggadocios”. Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

 

The Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota heading towards the capital building. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

“Climate Justice Now”. Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

 

“All Are Welcome Here.” Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017

 

“For Compassion and Humanity. We Rebel”. Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

 

Badass Babes Unite! Women’s March on Washington – Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. January 21, 2017. Photo: Christopher Pollard

Everything is Possible

Cattail on Lake of the Isles, Minneapolis, Minnesota. January 15, 2017: Photo Christopher Pollard

“When nothing is sure, everything is possible.”
– Margaret Drabble

It’s time to roll up my sleeve, do the hard work and show the world that hope can’t be trumped.

Thank You President Obama

“If something needs fixing, lace up your shoes and do some organizing.” – President Obama

“I am asking you to believe. Not in my ability to bring about change – but in yours.”
– President Obama

“The scrappy kid from Scranton who became Delaware’s favorite son.” – President Obama

Emotion For Our Pets Helps Explain Human Health Spending

Harriet exploring on the shores of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. Photo: Christopher Pollard

In almost every year since the 1960s, health care spending has grown at least as fast as the overall economy, and often much faster. Strange as it may sound, how we care for our pets offers some answers.

Source: How Emotion Over Pet Care Helps Explain Human Health Spending – The New York Times

Leader as a Social Architect

Leadership success is largely governed by, amongst other things, one’s ability to create an ecosystem of engagement, meaning, performance and growth.

Source: Organizational Leader as a Social Architect – Tanmay Vora