(Photo By Marcus Yam—The Washington Post))
This morning our friend Frank at Post Secret sent us a link to a fascinating article from today’s Washington Post that profiles Regina Holliday, a woman from DC who has become a leading advocate for health-care reform following the death of her husband who, at the age of 39, died of kidney cancer. With no insurance he could not pay for the tests that would have saved his life.
An interesting layer to Regina’s story is that she’s using street art as a primary vehicle to tell her story and to bring attention to the problems of our current health care system.
You can read the full story here.