Photos by Hilary Stohs-Krause, NET News

"All of us have a sister who is now hurting, whether you know her or not," Beth Rigatuso, one of several gay rights activists who attended the vigil, told the crowd, which held rainbow flags, posters and candles on the Nebraska State Capitol steps.

“It’s not right,” she said. “And it will never, ever be right.”

Brutal attack on Lincoln woman being investigated as hate crime | NET News

  1. butyoulovedhonestly reblogged this from netnewsnebraska
  2. oppositeoffear reblogged this from dreamofdemons
  3. tatjanedoesitbig reblogged this from enchantedenemas
  4. enchantedenemas reblogged this from joyuntiltheveryend
  5. joyuntiltheveryend reblogged this from intellectualcredit
  6. intellectualcredit reblogged this from ftmiles
  7. dresseduplikenebraska reblogged this from netnewsnebraska and added:
    this vigil can in no way erase what has happened to her, but i hope she can feel the love surrounding her as she begins...
  8. bildungsromantics reblogged this from netnewsnebraska
  9. trentallsman reblogged this from netnewsnebraska
  10. ftmiles reblogged this from netnewsnebraska
  11. forthedreamsofyouth reblogged this from netnewsnebraska and added:
    Oh my god, and right here, too. This makes me fucking sick.
  12. netnewsnebraska posted this