About the photographer

Retired after a 45-year career in education, journalism and public relations -- including more than 30 years with IEEE, the world's largest professional association for the advancement of technology. Oversaw an effort to appoint a stronger sci-tech adviser to the first Bush White House staff through a public-relations campaign. Designed a campaign for strengthening precollege math and science education. Spearheaded two UN forums promoting high-tech opportunities for young females in developing and developed countries. Arranged a Press Club luncheon venue for Neil Armstrong to present the NAE's "Greatest Engineering Achievements of the 20th Century"; and a Press Club preview of "Codebreaker," a bio-pic on Alan Turing. Led a Press Club Newsmaker on presidential conventions with George McGovern. Published first newsletter on electronic banking in 1975. Taught PR writing at Howard; addressed Duke LGBT Class of 2000. https://www.linkedin.com/in/pender-m-mccarter-apr-fellow-prsa-779711/

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Pender Munro McCarter: Electronic images

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July 29, 2020: "Black Lives Matter"

Looking across 14th & P Streets, NW, toward the Studio Theatre
Indicative of the signs that spread through Washington in the summer of 2020 after the murder of George Floyd

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December 14, 2019: Young Women @ Baltimore Museum of Art

Posing to celebrate a milestone?
Outside gift shop at Baltimore Museum

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December 12, 2018: Travelers Aid to Rescue @ National Airport

Volunteer jumps in to take a family photo before Christmas.
I snapped this photo of a fellow Travelers Aid volunteer while we shared the Information Desk in Terminal C.

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July 16, 2019

Senator Amy Klobuchar seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination
Briefing at National Press Club with 2019 Club President Alison Kodjak presiding