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New Yorkers March Against Hate Crimes

El Diario/La Prensa, Posted: Dec 15, 2008

NEW YORK -- With signs reading "We want justice, We want peace," and "United against hate," hundreds of people marched Sunday in Brooklyn to condemn the recent anti-immigrant and homophobic hate crimes and express their support for the family of the latest victim, Jose Sucuzhaay. More than 16 organizations, including Make the Road New York and the Ecuadorian Alliance and Anti-Violence Project, planned the event. The march, which began at Childrens Grove Park in Bushwick, ended with a vigil at the site where the Ecuadorian Jose Sucuzhaay, 31, was killed on Dec. 7 by several men shouting anti-gay and anti-Hispanic slurs at him and his brother.

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