The Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice was honored & proud
to represent tonight at the Governor's Mansion
with Board Member Carol Watchler & Chief Activist Robt Seda-Schreiber
Inspirational Pride Reception @ Drumthwacket
¡Muchas gracias Governor Phil Murphy & NJ First Lady Tammy Murphy!
What a wonderful example for our LGBTQIA kids
& for all our families in general
Thanks to Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora as well for his kindness
The BRCSJ is looking forward to moving forward together with all y'all!

The Bayard Rustin
Center for Social Justice
Was honored & inspired to organize
@MoveOn #FamiliesBelongTogether rally 
Over 800 strong
in the sweltering heat
to protect, respect &
love all our children,
all our families, all our people.
¡Muchas gracias to all that joined the BRCSJ!
We love you all mucho y mucho

Please do forward this,
share on your social media,
& shout it from the rooftops,
virtual & otherwise!


We need to teach in the classroom, inspire in the streets & be a force in our communities. 

We need a place where all can come & move forward together-
galvanizing each other to be & to do our best, to be our most loving & most understanding selves, both individually & collectively. 

We need an environment wherein kids (& adults) will learn & indeed be inspired to be our future leaders, imbued with a strong sense of community, spirituality & compassion.

To that end, the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice will provide a safe haven & an educational enclave for all our students as well as our entire community. 

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Bayard Rustin was the primary architect of the March on Washington in ’63. He brought the principle of non-violence to the civil rights movement, directly from his study in India with Mahatma Gandhi. He inspired the Freedom Riders to take their fateful/faith-full journey. 

Bayard Rustin was also lost to history.
He was shamed & shunned because of a simple heartbreaking truth: He was a gay man & he would not disavow who he was or whom he loved. He was not only not given his due respect, but he was not given the basic kindness that we all deserve.
This cannot & will not happen again.
We are so incredibly proud to have received the honor of using Bayard Rustin's name directly from his partner, Mr. Walter Naegle. 

We plan to inspire our community & communicate our message of acceptance, respect & compassion by following the examples of both these fine men.