Bozeman rallies to oppose Westboro hate message

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Bozeman residents Kacie Robinson, left, and Manuel Morales enjoy their ice cream during an ice cream social at Cooper Park in Bozeman on Monday, Sept. 9, after rallying in the Rally for Equality at Montana State University. Residents and students held a Rally for Equality as a counter-protest to the Westboro Baptist Church protest in Bozeman.

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The Westboro Baptist Church has joined neo-Nazis as groups that actively unite the people of Bozeman.

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Bozeman residents Kacie Robinson, left, and Manuel Morales enjoy their ice cream during an ice cream social at Cooper Park in Bozeman on Monday, Sept. 9, after rallying in the Rally for Equality at Montana State University. Residents and students held a Rally for Equality as a counter-protest to the Westboro Baptist Church protest in Bozeman.

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