Saturday, May 1st, 2010 was a day to remember. The range of the people- in every way imaginable- was the most beautiful thing to see. We came together to build bridges & to see people from all walks of life fight for human rights - respect & dignity. The Houston Chronicle counted 7,000 people, the HPD counted 8,500 people, and the organizers counted about 11,000 people. Whatever the number, the message was clear: Houston is proud of it's cultural diversity. The people are remembering that they and they alone have the power to create & direct things that work in their communities & they will stand up for that cause as children of the Sun & the Earth. Here are the pics we took!
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