Syrian Protest, iPhone cover.

Continuing on the subject of transformation and healing…

The ability to hold peaceful public protests that are supported by the community, even if we disagree with the demonstrators’ position, is critical to creating a space where all members feel valued.

To pay tribute to the spirit of democracy and the freedom to share our own side of the story I have started a series documenting Public Protests.

You can view posts on each of the series on The L. Project blog:

Syrian Protest against Assad

Sikh Demonstration on Parliament Hill

Occupy Toronto

SlutWalk Toronto

Syrian Protest, child being held up on her father's shoulders.