|The Truth March,
started out at the East Meadow in Central Park at 96th Street. Click each
photo to see full size. Or go here
to see all the photos.
|When not taking photos, I spent my time drumming. I’ve
got to say that this was the most rhythmic spontaneous demo-drumming I’ve
ever experienced. It’s unusual to get random folks able to listen and
respond to each other as they play. It was a lot of fun, and we got people
to dance, which is always a good sign when drumming. That’s Citizen
One in the foreground, his hands a-blur as he beats something out
on a drum made from a plastic water bottle.
|These colors don’t run the world.|
|Oil, water and blood.|
|Real Americans…Real Angry!|
|Bike Salute for the Truth March at the Metropolitan Museum.
Click the photo to see the full size panorama composed from four photos.
I didn’t get to take any photos after this. When we reached 59th Street
we were apparently in another police precinct and the mood grew noticeably
more oppressive as we were surrounded by large numbers of cops, cop vans.
I left the march when we reached 49th and Sixth Ave.