’16 Calendar: Nature Calls (Again)

For the third edition of "Nature Calls," every image was captured in the state of Washington. Making calendars is not a business for me. I started a couple years ago because some friends asked me to. I make them the way I like them - spiral-bound with nice paper so the images pop and I can …

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Why are Our Parks So White?

This piece originally appeared in the New York Times July 10, 2015 SEATTLE — MOUNT RAINIER stands sentry over Seattle. On clear days, the mountain is the dominant backdrop, particularly in the city’s southeast, where its most racially diverse neighborhoods embrace their majestic setting with names like Rainier Valley and Rainier Beach. Michelle Perry lives …

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