Message from Valaska in Nice Respectable People Group #activism_photos
Visited Fort Nathan Hale, named after the official Connecticut state hero. Captain Nathan Hale was a teacher who joined the American Revolution as a spy, later captured and executed by the British at the young age of 21. Before his death he famously stated: "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country."
(New Haven, CT)
The flags and sun are amazing optics
Nathan Hale was a hero.
Great Pictures! Especially the flags and sun for such a Hero!
Stunningly beautiful pictures. They're very pure. Lovely job - and Nathan Hale was a true hero.
Amazing photos in keeping with the spirit of the place and the sentiment
The lovely @Rayne dropped this nice IE stone in Ravencliff falls in Helen, Ga.☝
Denver, CO 🏔
Paid visit to the site where a confederate fountain was removed in August 2017. This was the only confederate monument in the northwest.
Hill Park. Helena MT
Who will be the first to put up the new posters?
Montana State University Billings
Speak of the devil
I have a few in my carry-on luggage, ready with double-sided tape... <:teehee:381917632359563264>
These look awesome!
If those are the new posters then I’m really impressed and pleasantly surprised!
They look great
"European roots, American greatness" is the perfect slogan for American identitarianism
University of Rochester (Rochester, NY)