After ‘Portraits of Pride’ exhibit vandalism, 3 people impacted share their reactions

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Just days before the Portraits of Pride exhibit on the Boston Common was set to close, several of the photographs of LGBTQ leaders were slashed. With similar incidents targeting the LGBTQ community in recent months, we dive Beneath the Headlines and talk about what’s going on.

This is the Radio Boston rundown for Nov. 4. Tiziana Dearing is our host.

 
This was originally published by WBUR. You can access the full version here.

 

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