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    Im Sorry Campaign Blocks hate speech with signs of love


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Professional photographer Daylan Stubblefield participated in a rally to block a group showing anti-LGBT signs at the Chicago Pride Parade on Sunday. Stubblefield was rallying with the Marin Foundation's “I'm Sorry Campaign,” which the group’s site describes as the “original activism of love apologizing to the LGBT community for the ways Christians have caused harm.”

    “This was a protest against the protesters who protested Pride in hatred; we came to combat hate with love and tell everyone that God loves everyone,” said the photographer, who said it was a “joy” to see how the rally touched the people walking the parade route.
    - zdan, CNN iReport producer

    The Marin Foundation's 'I'm Sorry Campaign' blocks hate speech from protestors with signs of LOVE at Chicago's Gay Pride Parade #ImSorry14 @MarinFoundation

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