In the subway, classmates prepare their messages.
Brad Harley, marching bass drum player with with the pageantry theatre troupe, Shadowland, comes prepared with the stilt walker's costume.
A Morris dancer's colourful attitude set him apart comfortably. There seemed to be little confusion about why people attended the march.
Screen time domination and our faltering attention to what really matters gets a novel treatment.
Thinking ahead, declaring limits.
A fellowship of activists bonded by a cause.
Messages on signs that speak for the carrier.
"Just a little . . ."
From the mouths of babes . . .
A future seeded by intention.
WHITNEY SMITH is the Publisher/Editor of The Journal of Wild Culture.