Equality. Now

'twas a gorgeous day for political activism.

the National Equality March, organized by Equality Across America saw folks from all 50 states gather to march and demand equal protection for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people in all matters governed by civil law in all 50 states.

I wasn't there.
not in person

some pictures yanked from the Equality Across America flckr photostream

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10 thoughts on “Equality. Now

  1. I'd go, but I have nothing to wear. Seriously. Just shorts and t-shirts. <sigh>
    I'm just a crappy political activist…

  2. *wiggles eyebrows* And why can't you wear shorts and teeshirts to an Equality event, Mr. Kzinti? We would all support your right to wear whatever you had on hand! ;)

  3. Sair's uploading pictures to her Flickr, and will post some here eventually, but she's writing two short papers and taking an Italian midterm first.It may be a while….It sounded really inspiring.She got up at like 3am to go get on a bus at 5… and came back hoarse and sore and just flying.(At one point she was carrying the banner in front.)She keeps sending me Youtube links to the speakers – she was impressed by Julian Bond, David Mixner, and Cleve Jones… actually pretty much all of them.

  4. Well, with all the sunshine and my really white legs… I didn't want a crowd of snowblinded people running around bumping into everything.

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