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By Shera S. Avi-Yonah
Kai DeJesus '23 was one of 36 people charged for protesting against a 'straight pride' parade in Boston earlier this month. Her charges were dropped during a Sept. 4 hearing at the Boston Municipal Courthouse.
Kai DeJesus '23 was one of 36 people charged for protesting against a 'straight pride' parade in Boston earlier this month. Her charges were dropped during a Sept. 4 hearing at the Boston Municipal Courthouse.

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