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Crosscountry hiker promotes gay rights amendments

By From page A1 | April 14, 2011

RICHARD NOBLE enters City Hall to ask the city of Placerville to sign a proclamation. He is walking across America to raise awareness for civil rights for gays and lesbians. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Richard Noble enters City Hall with the intention of asking the city of Placerville to sign a proclamation. He is walking across America to raise awareness for civil rights with an emphasis on gay and lesbian rights. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Richard Noble was bullied as a kid in Danville. “Kids in school spit on me, pushed me, called me names, kicked my books.”

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