This is a photo I took two years ago while I was visiting Poland. It is the Auschwitz concentration camp. It reminded me of the ugliness that resides in evil men, taught me about the suffering millions endured at their hands, and educated/reinforced my understanding of the necessity of equality. It also taught me how to keep the promise to my daughter's generation to never let shit like this happen again. I'm the son of a gay woman, a Puerto Rican man, and the stepson of a black woman who remembers life all-too-well in the post-segregated south. I've been blessed to have been raised by these people who brought and encouraged the diversity in my life. I am a product of social norms that these neo-Nazis hate. To you Nazis... You will not repeat history here in America. You will not desecrate the legacy of millions who died worldwide. You will not destroy our children's chance at a future with REAL Equality. This isn't the time to be neutral. Neutrality doesn't end tyranny, but rather prolongs the suffering of the discriminated. I stand against the bullshit nazi white power agenda, and will offer my assistance with all my capacity to those fighting against it as well. There's no room for that shit here.