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Rally against hate
Date: 5/27/2011 Album ID: 1257087
More than 30 people waved rainbow-colored flags and held signs at a rally against "hate crimes" Friday in front of the El Paso County Courthouse. The rally was in response to the gang beating of Lionel Martinez, 22, who was assaulted by a group of men on May 7 while waiting for a ride outside the Old Plantation nightclub in Downtown El Paso. Photos by Ruben R Ramirez / El Paso Times.
Jose Rodriguez, a former navy sailor joined about 30 people that waved rainbow-colored flags and held signs at a rally against hate crimes today in front of the El Paso County Courthouse. The rally was in response to the gang beating of Lionel Martinez, 22, who was assaulted by a group of men on May 7 while waiting for a ride outside the Old Plantation nightclub in Downtown El Paso. Photos by Ruben R Ramirez / El Paso Times.
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Jackie, 21, (with cap) Nina Gritter, 21 (with hate sign) joined about 30 people that waved rainbow-colored flags and held signs at a rally against hate crimes today in front of the El Paso County Courthouse. The rally was in response to the gang beating of Lionel Martinez, 22, who was assaulted by a group of men on May 7 while waiting for a ride outside the Old Plantation nightclub in Downtown El Paso. Photos by Ruben R Ramirez / El Paso Times.
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Jack Hieve, 28, Eric Rivera, 20 and Gabriela Prieto 17, joined about 30 people that waved rainbow-colored flags and held signs at a rally against hate crimes today in front of the El Paso County Courthouse. The rally was in response to the gang beating of Lionel Martinez, 22, who was assaulted by a group of men on May 7 while waiting for a ride outside the Old Plantation nightclub in Downtown El Paso.Photos by Ruben R Ramirez / El Paso Times.
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Zulema Medina, 40 joined about 30 people that waved rainbow-colored flags and held signs at a rally against hate crimes today in front of the El Paso County Courthouse. The rally was in response to the gang beating of Lionel Martinez, 22, who was assaulted by a group of men on May 7 while waiting for a ride outside the Old Plantation nightclub in Downtown El Paso.  Photos by Ruben R Ramirez / El Paso Times.
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