Camp Katrina -- (09.07.2005-Princeton, TX) -- Shaded from the late afternoon sun, New Orleans evacuee 2-year old Albert Williams (left) awaits his mother's return to finish combing his hair outside of their cabin at the Lake Lavon Baptist Camp near Princeton, TX, on Wednesday, September 7, 2005. Volunteers at the baptist camp reached out to the 102 New Orleans evacuees that called the lakeside property home.
Animal Blessing-- (10.30.05 - Wylie, TX) -- Sheeba (front-center), owned by Wylie resident Elizabeth Aponte waits as Jodi Smith, Pastor of Congregational Care, (center-left) and Leah Hidde, Pastor of Children and Families, (center-right) lead a Blessing of the Animals service in front of Wylie First Methodist Church in Wylie, Texas, Sunday, October 30, 2005.
Refuge From The Storms -- Spiritual Healing--(09.04.2005-Dallas, TX) -- A New Orleans evacuee sheds tears as she is comforted by a volunteer during a prayer service at the Decker Center in Dallas on Sunday, September 4, 2005. Already under strain from the number of Katrina evacuees that poured into Dallas, the city began housing those affected by the storm in the Decker Center which until 2002 housed Dallas County inmates.
500,000 Man March--(04.08.06 – Dallas, TX) -- An elderly participant stands amidst the crowd of 500,000 participants both young and old that gathered within the matrix of downtown Dallas to rally in support of immigration rights. Known as the Mega March, this largely peaceful demonstration became the largest rally in the history of the City of Dallas.