Walk for equality

Red Thread and Guyana Trans United banners on display at Parade Ground. Over 300 persons from all walks of life took part in the Walk for Equality on Sunday, February 9, to say “No to violence”.
Red Thread and Guyana Trans United banners on display at Parade Ground. Over 300 persons from all walks of life took part in the Walk for Equality on Sunday, February 9, to say “No to violence”.

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