We get this first-hand report from Kriston Capps, critic for Washington City Paper about last night’s DC protest against the Smithsonian’s censorship:
About 150 protesters assembled at in the brisk cold outside Transformer‘s gallery space before marching to the National Portrait Gallery in Chinatown. That’s not a small number: More than 100 people standing up for the memory of David Wojnarowicz and the sanctity of the museum as a space free from politics. These protesters stood up for LGBT rights.
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