PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Hundreds of protesters surrounded a bar in downtown Pittsburgh, demanding changes to the bar’s policies.

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The protesters gathered Wednesday on Liberty Avenue at the intersection of Smithfield Street. The group was organized by Pittsburgh’s LGBTQIA+ community of color.

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They say bar owners discriminate against members of LGBTQIA+ community of color by setting a new dress code that bans things like hoodies, sunglasses and saggy pants.

They say they are made to feel unwelcomed.

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The protest lasted about two hours.