Along with thousands of other Colombians, this group of trans and non-binary artists hit the streets to protest the country's most recent set of controversial tax reform proposals. While others marched, chanted, and caused some general ruckus for local authorities, members of Colombia's LGBTQ community took a more unconventional approach to civil disobedience.
Voguing in protestation
- civil disobedience
- tax reform
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