Matthew Shepard laid to rest at National Cathedral 20 years after his murder
Shepard was brutally attacked and left for dead in 1998, targeted because he was gay. His death sparked a new chapter in the nation’s LGBTQ rights movement. Two decades later, his ashes were laid to rest at the Washington National Cathedral — an offer his parents say they were honored to receive.
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