Ginger Moore-Minder, left, talked with Aaron Baker, GLSO board president, during the protest. Hands On Originals said its ownership's Christian faith led it to refuse a T-shirt order.
Ginger Moore-Minder, left, talked with Aaron Baker, GLSO board president, during the protest. Hands On Originals said its ownership's Christian faith led it to refuse a T-shirt order. ©2012 Herald-Leader
Ginger Moore-Minder, left, talked with Aaron Baker, GLSO board president, during the protest. Hands On Originals said its ownership's Christian faith led it to refuse a T-shirt order. ©2012 Herald-Leader

Protest of Hands On Originals draws about 60

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