By Associated Press
WARSAW, Poland — Poland’s opposition left-wing parties have staged a rally against violence in the eastern city of Bialystok where a LGBTQ rights march was attacked last week by far-right groups. Hundreds attended the downtown rally Sunday, many carrying rainbow and European Union flags. Left-wing leaders who addressed the crowd criticized […]
— Notes from Poland 🇵🇱 (@notesfrompoland) July 28, 2019
Poland's #opposition #left-wing parties staged a rally under the slogan "Poland Against #Violence," in the north-eastern city of #Bialystok on Sunday.
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— Poland In (@Polandin_com) July 28, 2019
This weekend, Poland has shown its solidarity with the #LGBT community attacked by anti-gay hooligans in #Białystok. We said #no to violence and hate speech✌#PolskaPrzeciwPrzemocy #SolidarnizBiałymstokiem pic.twitter.com/5O9VKH5oXK
— Maria Popczyk (@MariaPopczyk) July 28, 2019