WW: In your speech, you alluded to the parallels between the struggle for gay rights and the civil rights movement. Can you expand on that a little?
WW: Are Black History Month and Women's History Month a form of tokenism that implies that all the other months of the year are white, men's history months?
WW: What kind of chances do you see for presidential hopeful Barack Obama?
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Meet at Llyod Center Cinema parking lot 9:00am. March ends at Federal building downtown on 3rd St. Free and open to the public.
7pm at Clinton St. Theater 2522 SE Clinton St. Runs through February 14. Admission $6.
First Unitarian Church, 1011 SW 12th Ave. at 6 pm. Tickets $8-$20, sliding scale donation to benefit Northwest Resistance Against Genetic Engineering.