Demonstration of Support for Victims of Keswick Area Hate Crimes

Two gentlemen who reside in the Keswick area have had their vehicle damaged with hateful words scratched on the hood. Their propane tank was disconnected, allowing for a potential explosion.

The NorCal OUTreach Project, which strives for educating the community about LGBTQ+ persons who live and work in greater Northern California, announces the sponsorship of a demonstration of support for these victims, and against crimes of this nature.

The demonstration will take place on Thursday, July 18,  5:15-6:15 pm, at the north end of the Downtown Promenade, next to the Shasta College Science Building, on Tehama St.

Those wishing to demonstrate in favor of peace and social justice are invited to participate with signs, flags and banners. Parking structure nearby.

NorCal OUTreach Project, a 501c3 non-profit, PO Box 494761, Redding CA 96049.  Persons wishing to support or learn more about NCOP, may call: 530.949.6267.

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4 Responses

  1. Handouts Don't says:

    This is sickening!

    Hate crimes are such a horrible thing.

    It accomplishes what?

  2. Handouts Don't says:

    And another thing – it's 2013.

    Get over the Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Transgendered thing!

    It's 2013 and people need to grow up.

    Who cares?

    I for one think the whole idea is awesome!

    I think gay marriage is awesome!

  3. So that is attempted murder right? I hope it is being taken seriously by the police…

  4. pmarshall says:

    The Bible tells it like it is! We cannot solve these problems ourselves.

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