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Zombies 4 Healthcare Reform, Next Rally 08/29/09, Noon @ LA Federal Bldg

Zombies4HealthcareReform (by _Faith)
My favorite moment was when you came over to our side near the end, and walk up with your flesh rotting off, and you dropped character and start talking about your grandfather to the other side. LOL! They were Faith-bergasted! - Zombie 4 Healthcare Participant
Max-Goldberg-Zombie-4-Healthcare-Reform2 (by _Faith)


We set out to make a small statement, on the stagnation that was becoming the national health care debate. We learned much more about ourselves, the opposition and skin itself. The next rally will be on August 29th, 2009 at the LA Federal Building in Westwood (Wilshire & Veteran) at 12 Noon.

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max-goldberg-gets-zombied (by _Faith)
Many thanks to Carsen of http://carsenshairandmakeup.blogspot.com/

Tom Dekker from Sarah Connor Chronicles and the new Nightmare on Elm Street, Such A Nice Guy!

tom dekker in hollywood (by _Faith)
Walking by the best music shop in the world, Hollywood. Tall, lanky boy comes our wearing the best eff me boots I've seen since Comic Con. He smiles at his DVD at puts his RPatz like sunglasses on. We share a stop light as the walk continues and I grin at him, thinking, dude you are effin FINE. Then I blush because it's John Connor folks, and it's the young John Connor -- gawd, I'm turning into such a damn cougar in the making.

I ask for a photo and he agrees, takes a 2nd one just to make sure it's good. He says he's in the new Nightmare on Elm Street and Jackie Earl Haley is amazing, it's a must see. Nice guys in Hollywood, fo real.

P.S.
He's taller than me, perhaps just under 6 feet.

Read my article on HRC's website!


In 2004, Diane Finnerty, co-director of the RaĆ­ces (Roots) project at the University of Iowa wrote an open letter beseeching her white Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender sisters and brothers to recognize the danger of being “enlisted knowingly or unknowingly in [a] racist agenda.” Finnerty advocated against making “statements that diminish the impact of racism” like “I’m surprised that you, as a person of color, wouldn’t understand this is a civil rights issue.” While marriage equality has become a dominating issue for LGBT Americans, according to the Human Rights Campaign’s new study, “At The Intersection: Race, Sexuality and Gender,” LGBT people of color still experience more discrimination due to race than because of sexual orientation. Shedding light on everyday experiences of LGBT people of color, “At the Intersection” exposes a collective truth outside of just anecdotal evidence while suggesting key talking points for discussing social justice across lines we have too long used to define.
- Read the rest on the Human Rights Campaign website, http://www.hrcbackstory.org/2009/08/equality-forward-faith-cheltenham/

YouTube - LGBT African Americans by Faith

Hey what's up, Faith is on truthwinsout.org discussing being an LGBT African American.

Camera + Editing by Sean Hart (seanhart.com)