Washington DC: 1992 Pride Events Newspaper Project of the Committee for the March on Washington, 1992. 15” x 11½”. Newsprint. pp. 8. Very good with light toning at extremities.
This publication was distributed in an effort to rally the troops to attend the 1993 March on Washington. Several articles, essays, photos, and cartoons tried to inspire readers to help make history at the march, hoping to promote a positive change in a society rife with “cultural arrogance and racial divisions.” Among the intriguing articles were a couple that expressed why their authors continued to fight, such as one by a “queer-identified Bi Spanish-speaking African Native American womanist/mujerista man” titled, “I Cannot Rest,” and another called “HIV-Positive and Marching,” which mentioned the stigma associated with the writer's status. The final page provided lists of representatives, organizations, and committees to contact if inspired to get involved at the regional or national levels, along with a humorous request for contributions.
One found in OCLC. Very good. Item #3388