March 20, 2012 | by Michael Key
Silent March

Hundreds of people took to the streets of Columbia Heights on Tuesday evening to protest the recent spate of anti-LGBT violence. The march was organized largely through a Facebook event page calling for a “Silent March for Victims of GLBT Violence.” Read the full story here.

(Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

 

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Michael Key has worked as a photojournalist for the Washington Blade since 2009 and is currently serving as the photo editor. He has worked on Capitol Hill, in the White House, on the campaign trail and in cities along the East Coast taking iconic photos documenting the extension of marriage benefits to same-sex couples, the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," and other events of interest to the LGBT community. Follow Michael

3 Comments
  • Peter Rosenstein

    I am sorry that I couldn’t be there but I am proud of my community. While the march may have been silent- we can never silence our voices as we demand that we can walk the streets of the District of Columbia proudly and safely as god made us. Our politicians and our schools must redouble their efforts at educating people about the strength of diversity and the necessity to respect each others differences. We must continue to support each other and stand strong together to demand swift and appropriate punishment for those who would perpertrate such heinous crimes.

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