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House Across From Westboro Baptist Is Painted With Gay Pride Rainbow Colors

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National Public Radio
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March 20, 2013

Aaron Jackson took inspiration from a 9-year-old kid who stood up to Westboro Baptist Church protesters. As Mark wrote last year, Josef Miles stood in front of protesters carrying signs that read "God Hates [Gays]" with his own sign that read "God Hates No One." Today, Jackson is following through on a project that started about six months ago when he decided to buy a house across the street from the infamous church in Topeka, Kan. Jackson and volunteers began painting the house in the colors of the gay pride rainbow. Once they are done, they will also add a huge rainbow flag in front of the house.