Neo-Nazis and LGBTQ+ Activists Face Off at Two Ohio Drag Events

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04/01/2023

Neo-Nazis and LGBTQ+ activists faced off at two separate Ohio drag events in adjoining towns, reports The U.S. Sun. One was a drag brunch at Element 41 restaurant in Chardon, the second, a drag story hour hosted by the Community Church of Chesterland. They took place separately on Saturday afternoon. “The brunch was organized to raise money for the church’s safe space program and sold out in less than two days,” writes the U.S. Sun. According to court documents, the church was recently attacked with Molotov cocktails in an attempt to burn it down. Protestors at both events were members of Patriot Front, a white supremacist group, as well as LGBTQ activists who counter-protested.

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