Student flash mob at college wants more LGBT action

A flash mob walks through campus at the University of Cincinnati last Tuesday in response to Question 1 in Maine

Students at the University of Cincinnati displayed their LGBT equality action on campus last Tuesday.

A flash mob walks through the University of Cincinnati's campus last Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Advocate.com
A flash mob walks through the University of Cincinnati's campus last Tuesday. Photo courtesy of Advocate.com

A student flash mob of 25 showed up on Cincinnati’s campus in a heavy populated area  to “demonstrate the effects of hatred and inaction” of people. The march was a response to Maine’s Question 1, which repealed the state’s same-sex marriage law.

A flash mob student, Blake Jelley, wanted the group’s voice to be heard against Question 1 to push for greater LGBT action.

“In response to the passage of Question 1 in Maine, which stripped same-sex couples across the state of their right to marriage equality, we came together to demonstrate the effects of hatred and inaction,” Jelley told Advocate.com

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