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On Statues, Flags, and Heritage

  Statues that honor secessionists who rebelled against our country are coming down in cities around the country and it is well past time for it. The soldiers honored with these statues were men who fought to defend slavery. While … Continue reading

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On Marriage and Equality

It was the late 1970s and I was struggling with my identity. I knew I was gay but I didn’t know how I could be gay. The Stonewall Rebellion, considered the watershed event of the modern gay rights movement, was not even … Continue reading

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The Power of Song

In honor of the third anniversary of the Solidarity Sing Along. There is power in a song. Music can change the world. Art in its myriad forms can change the world. It can threaten the status quo and instill fear … Continue reading

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