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I am one student voice. And you don’t have to agree with me. But all I ask, Miami, is that you please listen to me and hear me out.
Despite the rain, I stood at the steps of Cincinnati City Hall Saturday afternoon as part of a nationwide movement in protest of California’s Proposition 8. No doubt you’ve heard of it. Aside from the presidential contest, it became the highest-funded campaign on any ballot in our nation Nov. 4, the campaigns for and against the proposition raising a combined $73.4 million dollars. That’s a lot of money. Money that isn’t feeding our nation’s homeless and hungry, or supporting our schools, or combating crime like drug trafficking.
This must be pretty important, to neglect such extremely pressing social issues, you might ask? You bet this is important. Because what’s at the heart of all this is exactly that: the human heart. And for many Americans, the human heart is aching. And the human heart cannot believe, cannot understand: How could this have happened?
But the human heart is strong. And the human heart is taking action.
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Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Jason Boeckman of Miami University provides us with the first guest blog at QueerCincinnati's column over at Rainbow Cincinnati. Your preview: