Really?… St. Louis Soldiers Memorial Lit Up in Gay Rainbow Lights for Pride Week

St. Louis officials blew $15,000 in capital improvement money this week to light up the Court’s Building with gay rainbow lights for Pride Week.

City officials also lit up Soldiers Memorial with gay pride rainbow lights.
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Soldier’s Memorial was built to honor the gallant sons and daughters of Missouri, and of St. Louis, who “made the supreme sacrifice in the World War”, began in 1923.

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The museum officially opened on Memorial Day, May 30, 1938.

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This week it is lit up in gay rainbow lights.

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