Tuesday, October 13, 2009

National Equality March

This Sunday I went to Washington D.C. for the National Equality March. It was one of the most beautiful, moving things I have ever seen. Everyone there was so peaceful and full of love, it was really moving. There was no anger, no hate, everyone was kind to one another and so supportive. It was really all about love. Words cannot express how amazing it was, so I'll go with the whole saying; "a picture's worth a thousand words".

We woke up at 3:00 am!

Too early!

Walking to the bus...it was still dark out!

Sunrise as we were leaving the city
Equality Now! Broadway Impact signs
On of the boys on the bus made rainbow cake!
The inside of the rainbow cake...kind of messy, but it was a legit rainbow!
The most amazingly beautiful rainbow that appeared over the march!
(It wasn't even raining or very cloudy!)
4 time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald!
In front of the White House

They were so cute! We loved them!

Our group's banner!
My roommate and I marching
Tony and Emmy award winner Kristin Chenoweth!
"Albus Dumbledor supports gay marriage"

The cast of HAIR singing "Let the Sun Shine" with the entire crowd. So beautiful!


  1. Yay for you! I did some of these marches in the '70s, and I am proud of it! You keep it up-- it's so important! Thanks for sharing your photos, too!

  2. Way to be lady! What an amazing thing to be a part of. : )