A Day at the National Mall

Wildman, Sarah
May 2000
New Republic;05/15/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 20, p14
Examines the relationship between commercialism and political activism. Comment that the Millennium March on Washington for gay rights promoted commercialism rather than political activism; Description of the street fair on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington D.C.; Information about the involvement of gay celebrities like Anne Heche and Melissa Etheridge in the fair; Opinion that serious representation for gay rights was sidelined in favor of entertainment.


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