"Let No One Pull You So Low As To Hate Them"​  Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968)

Updated 8/27/16

​Gay Pride 2016

ROBERT ALLAN MOORE​Photographer 

Imagine CHRISTOPHER STREET since 1994

Copyright 2015. Rob Moore Photography, Robert Allan Moore and Robes All Rights Reserved. 

 "In the face of hate and violence we will love one another" President Barack Obama said in his address to the nation following news of a mass murder that killed more than 40 people at the Pulse gay bar in Orlando, Florida.


In June 2016 outside The Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street in New York City I witnessed the most profound shift in collective thinking that I ever thought possible in our time.  I walked upon an elaborate, moving shrine to the victims of the mass murder at Pulse, a gay bar in Orlando.  One person said they were so affected by the news that he found himself just walking around "and I found myself here."  Other people wandered up and offered their stories, making peace with each other and offering acceptance that many of these people had never experienced before.  What was a world of outsiders suddenly became inclusive, embracing those that had been shunned, beaten, ridiculed and tortured in the past.  New York has changed.  And that's just the beginning.