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Gay-Rights Activists March Against Violence In Belgrade

A coalition of gay-rights organizations and other rights groups held a "walk against violence" in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, on June 27 to denounce homophobia and support equality for minorities. The event was held to mark the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York, a turning point in the gay-rights movement that is commemorated by many gay-pride events worldwide. The march in Serbia also came a day after landmark legal rulings supporting gay rights in the United States. (9 PHOTOS)

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Marchers carry a sign declaring a "hatred-free zone."
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Marchers carry a sign declaring a "hatred-free zone."

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