Christopher Drinkard is a photographer based out of Minnesota, where he resides with his wife and two children. His work includes wedding and lifestyle photography but he also finds great passion in documenting the world around him through street photography. When he is not with family or busy with a camera, Christopher can be found at his church where he has served as the Worship Leader since 2013. He also loves frequenting local coffee shops, creating music, and teaching. You can see some of his work on Instagram @christopherdrinkardphoto.
Sometimes, the way power is negotiated in social justice spaces looks like this: those with more societal power need to relinquish power, and those with less seek to gain more. The misconception is that there is a limited amount of power to share, and so it pits groups against one another. This leads to an endless cycle of bitterness and resentment.