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12:21 | 29th June 2017

News: UK

Thu 5 Aug, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


The vigil also marked the beginning of an LGBT foundation that has been set up in Michael’s name and it aims to help young LGBT people who are homeless or find their lives to be in risk.

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Liverpool gathered together for the second year anniversary of the murder of gay 18-year-old Michael Causer and collected their thoughts for the youngster in a candle lit vigil held in the city centre.

The evening ceremony took place at Exchange Flags in Liverpool and was attended by many, including his parents, family, friends and supporters and campaigners against hate crime.

The vigil also marked the beginning of an LGBT foundation that has been set up in Michael’s name and it aims to help young LGBT people who are homeless or find their lives to be in risk.

Liverpool also celebrated their own LGBT pride last weekend as the city came together to celebrate equality.


 

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