“Imagining When” at PRIDE Winston-Salem

Visitors to Compassionate Winston-Salem’s booth at Saturday’s PRIDE Winston-Salem Festival brought their imaginations.  Using the Imagination Installations “imagine when” project, they shared their dreams.  We imagine when:

 “No freedom ‘til we are equal.”  Charla Jayde

“Everyone accepts and loves one another.”

“The earth is but one country and humankind its citizens.”:

“Help people.”  Andy

“Peace Reigns.”  Paul

“We all can have equality and equal rights for everyone.”  Alicia Bundy

“Every action is determined by and with love.”  Kevin Mundy

“When people accept, respect and embrace difference.”  Seneca

“It’s about hearts, not parts.”

“We could all get along.  We are all God’s children.”

“Peace makes the world go round.”

“Judging is light to a higher being.”

“The world is free of discrimination.”

“It will not be gay marriage.  It will be called marriage.”

“Our differences are celebrated.”  Sandy

“Careing.”  Kevin

 “Love rules.”  T. Ward

“Light overcomes darkness.”

“Compassion and understanding.”  John

“There is no hate, only love.”

“Love conquers hate.”

“Love others as you love yourselves.”  Chaz

“Your Momma knows you’re at Pride.”  Betsy

“You can be exactly who you are!” Latoya D. Cheek

“Building bridges are more prevalent than building road blocks.”

“We all treat each other with kindness.”  Deborah




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Think of a giant umbrella. Under that umbrella are all of the programs and acts of compassion that we see – and don’t see – around us in Winston-Salem.
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