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Pittsburghers for Italian Pride without Genocide

October 13, 2013

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Here’s some photos from some friends here who did a creative action during the Columbus Day parade in Bloomfield (Pittsburgh’s Little Italy). The pictures speak for themselves, a small group dressed in funerary attire, walking the parade route (though in the opposing direction of the parade).
Brave, bold, and awesome!
More photos below…


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