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History is testing the American people. We dare not fail.

Meme regarding the right to choose our leaders

My partner and I plan to attend tomorrow’s March for Truth.

As he worried about violence I flashed on a 1974 march for
gay liberation in Boston.

We had about a thousand people.

Straights stood on rooftops and spat on us. Some waved guns.

As the march turned a corner, the bells of the Cathedral of St. Paul went off.

Everyone cheered and applauded.

I came back to the present and smiled at my partner: “So I die fighting for freedom; not a bad way to go.”

I didn’t know I felt that way.

I must have felt that way in 1974.

Perhaps courage is nothing more than a sense of responsibility..

History is testing the American People. We dare not fail.

Please join the June 3rd 2017 Bipartisan March for Truth

Meme. June 3rd March for Truth
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“I call on you to remain confident. We will succeed, Because we are fully committed, because wherever we live, whoever we are, we all share the same responsibility: Make our planet great again.” Emmanuel Macron

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36 thoughts on “History is testing the American people. We dare not fail.

  1. I HATE that initial fear always accompanies our trips to Pride. The only way I can deal with it, through my anxiety, is to remind myself terrible things can and do happen to anyone, anywhere. Fight the fear, fight the power. March for truth.

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      1. My son just turned 18 yesterday. He’s going on his first solo trip to visit his friend in Florida. I actually had to tell him that if he witnesses anyone being harassed, to not get involved. WTF kind of country do we live in where I have to tell my son to not do the right thing, for fear of being murdered! It truly makes me ill.

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