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
“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
Remember who we are: