The reports you all are posting of marches in your cities are remarkable and enormously encouraging. But since I am, when all is said and done, a pedant, not an organizer, I will pause to give voice to an utterly irrelevant pet peeve. I apologize for the interruption. The revolution will continue momentarily.
For a variety of reason having mostly to do with its mongrel pedigree, English exhibits a distinction between what are called strong and weak verbs. Weak verbs form the past tense by adding "ed." I walk, I walked, I cook, I cooked, I kiss, I kissed. Strong verbs form the past tense by altering the present tense itself: I run, I ran, I bring, I brought, I think, I thought, I fly, I flew [except when I am playing baseball, in which case I fly to left field, I flied to left field, not I flew.]
"Freight" is a noun meaning, roughly, cargo put aboard a ship or truck. It was originally the present tense of the verb "to freight," which is to say "to load with goods for transport." The past tense of freight is fraught.
So, to say of a situation that it is fraught with significance or danger is essentially to say that the situation is loaded or weighed down with significance or danger as though [metaphorically] with cargo.
It doesn't make any sense to describe a situation, simpliciter, as fraught.
Now, back to the revolution.