Author: Adam Schrader


Portfolio of artistic portraiture by Adam Schrader

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Photos taken amid the George Floyd protests in New York City.

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Washington Monument seen through cherry blossoms. (Photo by Adam Schrader)

Nearly 4K National Guard troops brought to D.C. could leave Monday, commander says

The commander of the National Guard in Washington D.C. has said additional troops brought to the district could leave as soon as Monday, according to a report.

Hamptons surfers join ‘National Paddle Out’ to honor George Floyd

Surfers gathered in the Hamptons Friday for a totally rad, on-the-water memorial for George Floyd, the Minneapolis man whose police custody death has galvanized protests around the country.

Derek Chauvin mugshot (Hennepin County Sheriff's Office)

Derek Chauvin ‘illegally’ voted in Florida before George Floyd death, lawyer alleges

The ex-cop charged with murder for kneeling on the neck of George Floyd illegally voted in Florida elections while living in Minnesota.

Marines ban Confederate flag — 155 years after end of Civil War

By ADAM SCHRADERPublished in The New York Post on June 6, 2020 The US Marine Corps has finally banned the Confederate flag from public and workspaces at its military bases — 155 years after the Confederate States of America surrendered to Union forces. “The Confederate battle flag has all too

Breonna Taylor (Credit: Social Media)

Breonna Taylor remembered by NYC mourners on what would be her 27th birthday

Taylor, 26, had been sleeping with her boyfriend on March 13 in Louisville when three plainclothes cops burst into her home on a no-knock warrant; she was accidentally shot eight times.

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Utah man who drew bow and arrow on protesters hit with felony charges

A Utah man who pointed a bow and arrow at Salt Lake City marchers protesting the death of George Floyd has been charged with three felonies after the incident was caught on a viral video, reports said Thursday.

(Photo by Gage Skidmore used via Creative Commons)

Texas Gov. calls for resignation of GOP official over George Floyd conspiracy theory

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has called for the resignation of a county GOP chair who posted a conspiracy theory that the death of George Floyd was staged.

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