Sisters stand vigil

Posted on 14 Oct 2010 at 9:20pm
VEIL OF TEARS | Attendees write on a Veil of Tears on Sunday night, Oct. 10 in the parking lot of Kroger on Cedar Springs Road prior to a vigil and march honoring gay teen suicide victims. People were asked to write down examples of when people used anti-gay language against them, and organizers said the veil would later be burned. About 100 people attended the vigil put together by the DFW Sisters, marching down Cedar Springs to the Legacy of Love Monument for a ceremony during which victims’ names were read aloud between refrains of “Stop the bullying” and “Never again.” (John Wright/Dallas Voice)
VEIL OF TEARS | Attendees write on a Veil of Tears on Sunday night, Oct. 10 in the parking lot of Kroger on Cedar Springs Road prior to a vigil and march honoring gay teen suicide victims. People were asked to write down examples of when people used anti-gay language against them, and organizers said the veil would later be burned. About 100 people attended the vigil put together by the DFW Sisters, marching down Cedar Springs to the Legacy of Love Monument for a ceremony during which victims’ names were read aloud between refrains of “Stop the bullying” and “Never again.” (John Wright/Dallas Voice)

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