The Yogyakarta Principles on the Application of International Human Rights Law in Relation to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, developed in 2006 by a group of LGBT experts in Yogyarkarta, Indonesia
William Matthews was so enthusiastic about the new First Kansas Colored Volunteer Infantry in 1862 that he was one of the first to volunteer. Matthews’ enthusiasm spread and he convinced a number of exslaves to enlist in the regiment. The Leavenworth businessman soon was appointed captain, the highest ranking African American officer in the regiment. He is probably wearing two pistols because if captured, he would be executed immediately.
I love this picture a lot. It goes again saying yes you have freedom of expression, but be careful what you say because it could get you into trouble in work, school, or in a public setting and there is nothing that the First Amendment can do to save you from any "mean people" who give you a piece of their mind about what you say in public places.