Queens fifth-grader WILL deliver marriage equality speech to school
A fifth-grader from New York's PS 195 was told by the school's principal he would not be allowed to read a speech on same-sex marriage to the school, and must pick a different topic.
Kameron Slade was picked to deliver his speech in a school-wide competition after winning a class contest. But after the principal found out Kameron was planning on using his stage time to expound on the merits of allowing "all people...to marry whoever they want," she immediate put the kibosh on his speech.
Slade delivered his speech to NY1, but will now get his chance to deliver the speech to his classmates on after all.
Mara Rubin has the story:
See him deliver his speech to NY1 here: