LGBTQ+ community rallies in response to attack on two gay men in Pasco


PASCO, Wash.– The LGBTQ+ demonstration in Pasco went well Saturday with about 40 people in attendance.

The rally was in response to an apparent hate crime before the holidays against two gay men.

People carried signs and waved flags at the intersection of Fourth and Court, the location of the assault. Cars and trucks regularly honked their horns in support of the demonstration.

Despite the unfortunate circumstances that caused the event, the overall conversation amongst attendees was one of love, hope, and most importantly pride.