Father Tony

City Hall Park Protest in Manhattan

Filed By Father Tony | November 16, 2008 8:30 AM | comments

Filed in: The Movement
Tags: Eric Leven, gay protests, National Day of Protest, New York City, prop 8 protest

The thousands who gathered in protest at Manhattan's City Hall Park on Saturday November 15, 2008 (as did concurrently folks in dozens of other communities across the nation) raised signs and voices and received encouraging words promising a world of justice if we could all just learn to love rather than hate. In other words, it was 1968 all over again. I wanted to brush the hair out of my eyes, hand the policeman a flower and hum a Laura Nyro song.

In this video, Bilerico's own Eric Leven enlivens the crowd. Sort of.


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Go to my blog for some photos of the protest.


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Michael Crawford Michael Crawford | November 16, 2008 9:18 AM

I am sure that there were lots of boys who were enlivened by Eric's presence.

Leave it to Eric to be a rabblerouser! I'm so proud of him! :)