A new Dallas nonprofit is collecting and activating artifacts from LGBTQ+ history to inform, enrich, and engage the power of the contemporary Queer experience.
Richard Miles was just 19 years old when he was wrongfully arrested and convicted of a murder and attempted murder that he did not commit. At that age, Richard was planning out his life like many of us do upon graduation. He was working at McDonald’s and making plans to move out of his parents’ house, so that he could attend Texas State Technical College, to pursue his interest in plastics technology. But those plans were averted on May 15, 1994.
Be still. My yoke is easy. Hope & a future.
Those are just a few phrases that you’ll find engraved on a piece of jewelry from Starfish Project.