The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law outlines 10 Reasons People with Disabilities Should Oppose Judge Kavanaugh’s Nomination:
He is a threat to your health care.
He would allow the President to wield dangerous power.
He is dismissive of the fundamental rights of people with disabilities.
He won’t protect the rights of workers with disabilities.
He would narrow the protections of civil rights laws.
He promotes school voucher programs that leave students with disabilities without key protections.
He discounts the role of the administrative agencies that enforce your rights.
He would allow states to impose restrictive voter ID laws.
He imposes barriers for people seeking justice in courts.
He will not fairly protect the rights of all people, including people with disabilities.

Write, call, tweet, pester your senators now.

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Claire, 1983, Boston

This image is from a small body of work (pardon the pun) that I put together as a final Master Work for NESOP in Boston. I had never worked with a model, clothed or not, or worked in a studio, and this was Clare’s first time modeling – clothed or not. I invited her into the school’s studio to see what we could find. I think we worked well together, and she went on to work with me on the entire project that included nudes, still lifes and landscapes in medium format and infra-red. Sadly, most of those images were lost. I graduated with honors, thanks in no small part to Clair.