The march itself is not a very big deal. It will probably come and go with some media attention and disappointing numbers. However, the language being used by the organizers is sufficiently troubling, and intriguing, that it deserves some attention.
In response to the ban on dancing at monuments and subsequent arrests at the Jefferson Memorial, the Dance Liberation Front has mobilized for a national protest on Saturday, June 11: "Do the Robot" Day.
I'm a big fan of individuals having rights and applaud that people know their rights and stand up for them. But I am a little confused as to which "right" Rep. Etheridge references when he says, "I have a right to know who you are."