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UMass United Rally in support of Derrick Gordon, LGBTQ community

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UMass students, Five college students and Amherst residents alike march in support of Derrick Gordon and the LGBTQ community after the Westboro Baptist Church threatened to picket UMass on Wednesday, April 16.

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