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Javiously Photography

Product Photographer – Hello, I’m Javier Gary, a TN based creative. I’m not just a photographer, whatever I think of, I try and go for! Since, about 14 or 15 I’ve been inspired by art, in many forms. More specifically, photography! After, receiving my first camera I was driven to capture the most epic nature and wildlife scenes. Fast-forward to now I’ve developed a passion for weddings, portrait, fashion, and event photography! I enjoy capturing those off-guard moments that may never happen again, or the people we love! My ultimate goal is to make you smile, even more than you have smiled before! Location: TennesseeRead More →

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America under Siege; Capitol Insurrection.

The United States was under attack this week. Pro- #Trumprioters forced their way past #CapitolPolice, on one side of the building, who were diligently defending our Nation’s Capitol. Elsewhere they were assisted and encouraged by rogue members of Capitol Police in their assault on the building. Old white men stood in our nation’s #Capitolbuilding and smoked marijuana, while Black men stand in prison RIGHT NOW, for the very same substance. This is America Thugs, Rioters & AnarchistWhy does this threaten democracy? Why is the internet to blame? Why is big tech to blame? Why should the President be removed ASAP?   Why does this threatenRead More →

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Morehouse Alumni & Atlanta City Council Member endorses BCA inc.

Morehouse Alumni & Atlanta City Councilmember – Michael Julian Bond endorsed the formerly known “National Better Black Business Bureau” now the Black Certification Agency inc. Micheal Julian Bond is the son of Horace Julian Bond. Horace Julian Bond (January 14, 1940 – August 15, 2015) was an American social activist, leader of the civil rights movement, politician, professor, and writer. While he was a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early 1960s, he helped establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee or Atlanta Student Movement (SNCC). In 1971, he helped found the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama, and served as its first president for nearly a decade. Bond was elected toRead More →

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