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Protests held in Birmingham over recent wave of LGBTQ+ hate crimes

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The demonstrations took place on both the 14 and 24 October, with attendees being “encouraged to bring along posters, banners, rainbow flags, colour, pride and symbols of hope”.

Organised by Birmingham Against LGBTQI Hate, the events saw members of the community and its allies take a stand against homophobia.

The first demonstration took place outside the Nightingale Club, Birmingham’s oldest and largest LGBTQ+ venue, with the second occurring at the Chinese Pagoda in Holloway Circus – near where John-Paul Kesseler was attacked.

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