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Scoop Images: Legalise Love March In Wellington – March For Equal Rights

Photos by Anne Russell and Lyndon Hood

About 150 people marched through Wellington to Parliament today in support of marriage and adption rights for non-hetrosexual couples.

From the press release: On Thursday, New Zealand will be a step closer to marriage and adoption equality for same sex couples. From 12pm at Civic Square, LegaliseLove will be leading a march to Parliament, alongside prominent politicians from all ends of the political spectrum, to raise support for the legal ability of Queer New Zealanders to marry each other, and adopt children as a couple. More>>

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