1001 Black Men–#107

Last week I had to drop off some paintings at a building in downtown San Francisco, and this young-ish man in all white business attire and a contrasting tie caught my eye (the tie was not, in fact, green, but today felt like a green day to me, so I used a little artistic license). He was one in a clump of people crossing at the second intersection off the Fremont St. exit just past the Bay Bridge, but he stood out because of his bright white pants and shirt and because of the way he was looking over his shoulder, as though he wasn’t sure if the oncoming cars were truly going to stop at their light.


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