It's might be the day after Independence Day but it's still worth celebrating this video WWE superstar John Cena did for the Ad Council and #WeAreAmerica.
Part of the text:
"What really makes up this country of ours? What do we love? The people. Almost half the country belongs to minority groups. People who are lesbian, African American, bi, transgender, and Native American, and proud of it. After all, what’s more American than the freedom to celebrate the things that make us, us. This year, patriotism shouldn’t just be about pride of country. It should be about love. Love beyond age, disability, sexuality, race, religion or any other labels. Because the second any of us judge people based on those labels, we're not really being patriotic, are we? Because love has no labels."
It's odd that he didn't say "gay," but he also didn't say "Latino" or "Asian," so its absence means nothing. Seeing rainbow flags and diverse people of all stripes makes the message clear. Good for Cena for reminding people what America really is at its core.