Key West, Florida (AP) --
A new task force in Key West is seeking keep gays safe from hate crimes.
The Anti-Hate Crimes Task Force hopes to bring more diversity
training to Key West schools following an incident last month in
which a man and his boyfriend were beaten and referred to with a
The Key West Citizen reports the Gay and Lesbian Community
Center also is developing an information sheet to distribute to
bars, restaurants, taxi drivers and other businesses that will
contain tips on what to do if attacked, and on avoiding dangerous
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