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There are so many protests, in front of state capitol buildings and Ugandan consulates, that sometimes it’s hard to keep track. But you know how to make it interesting? Do it on a college campus an involve the police!

Students at John Carroll University, the Jesuit Catholic school in Cleveland, decided to take over a basketball game to protest the school’s purposeful decision not to include LGBTs in its anti-discrimination policies (more on that here). Make sure you don’t miss the opening few seconds, where a cop’s man-handling of a student doesn’t escape the camera.

(Thanks, Joe!)

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