Road to Sochi Tour

I was told about this event in which people protest the treatment of the LGBT community in Russia that took place in downtown LA. I decided to go to see what it would be like. I imagined that it was going to be a huge protest with a lot of people and a lot of cops to keep the peace even though protesters would be peaceful. When I got there with my friend, Dan, there weren’t too many people. The protest was actually much smaller than we thought. It was still fun and I met some cool people.

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