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As revelers strolled down P Street toward Logan Circle at around p. Radical protest group No Justice, No Pride had come to stop the party. What side are you on? As LGBT editor at ThinkProgress Zack Ford reported at the time , protesters not participating in the blockage handed out pink flyers enumerating their demands. Chief among them: the expulsion of D.