Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Album #20, San Francisco 1990

Arda all dressed up for something...

Arda with her piece of graffiti that cost her a misdemeanor and a fine!

Billboard in San Francisco.

At the reception ceremony for Nelson and Winnie Mandela in Oakland. An incredible opportunity to see and hear this remarkable man.

Domestic scene.

Tai the hunter.

"Burn In," July 13, celebrating its 5th year on Baker beach before relocating to its present site.

10th Anniversary of Oscar Romero's assassination, Mission district.

Peter Plate a local activist and author takes the stage at the 10th Anniversary of Oscar Romero's assassination, Mission district.

President George H. W. Bush visits san francisco and we were there to meet him.

The flag has succumbed to the will of the people.

My office with anti-AIDS posters.

The Sixth International Conference on AIDS took place in sf from June 20-24. ACT UP staged huge protests with one commentator stating "...We wanted to give the medical establishment a big kick in the ass, to get it past this attitude of political complacency." Tim Kingston

The guy with the cap at the front i'm sure is a cop....

People were really animated and concerned about the many issues at hand.

"There were protests everywhere: demos, sit-ins, die-ins, art actions." Tim Kingston

An intersection on Market Street is liberated.

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