Gays in Poland presented plans for Nazi victim monument

Gays in Poland revealed a plan to build a monument in the centre of the capital city of Warsaw that will be a permanent reminder of the “Pink Triangle” gays who were killed in Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War. Lukasz Palucki, member of the ILGCN action group: “History showed us that hatred against fringe groups leads to murder.” Palucki and his partners are planning to raise money from the city of Warsaw and private investors. In the meantime, national conservative PiS party officials have opposed the plan to erect a gay monument.