I didn't know about the "Marriage Equity Caravan" until it was over, but at least I got to read about it. The author of the last half of the posts had this interesting thing to about links to our history:
The D.C. community did what it sometimes does best: shunned the carpetbaggers. It kind of reminded me, yet again, of early Quilt displays. It took a long time before the D.C. community embraced the Quilt. It was heartland America's expression. We had to do the heavy lifting; that is not the D.C. way.
When I first dropped off my check for the trip at Marriage Equality California's office, I knew there was a connection that could not be denied. MECA's office is in the old NAMES Project space. Molly's office was where Cleve's used to be. I tried to ignore that as I wrote my check and looked at the route map on the wall. Tour time!