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Photos: Hundreds March In West Village To Protest Hate Crimes

After the shocking murder of a gay man in Greenwich Village over the weekend, hundreds of people gathered to mourn his death and protest a recent spate of hate crimes. The aunt of victim Mark Carson attended and said, "The family would like to have justice be served, so that Mark’s death is not in vain." [ more › ]
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