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Pride Center - Scholarship Reception 2016

Pride Center - Scholarship Reception 2016

Pride Center is one of the oldest LGBT organizations in the nation and its growth over the past few years have been tremendously positive. This conversation and continuation of the growth of Social Equality and Community Impact extends to the youth of today, making great strides already in the community and potentially in the world. These Young Adults are going to do great things in this world! A Scholarship Reception was just only the beginning for some of these wonderful people, next stop, white house!

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Pride Center Annual Meeting 2016

Pride Center Annual Meeting 2016

The Pride Center has kicked off another year of great events, great programs and great initiatives lead by an amazing staff of people. We saw some familiar faces and some new ones joining the crowd but the message and the intent never changes, to create support for the community and to create a safe space for LGBTQ+ individuals in the Capital Region. As the oldest Chapter in the national for LGBTQ Community Centers, they are always aiming to make things better every step of the way!

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National Coming Out Day 2015 Campaign - Light The Way

National Coming Out Day 2015 Campaign - Light The Way

This small passion project was intended to shed some light to individuals who are struggling with their sexual and gender identities. That is not to say that these identity struggles are the only types of identity struggles. We as humans are multifaceted creatures who are rich with personality, love and potential. This is a project pulled together by Jay Zhang Photography but made into reality by the community members, both LGBTQ Alphabet Soup, and their Allies. Although there are only a small percentage of those who participated, there is a large percentage who open their hearts everyday and every night to those who need it. They are friends, and they are family. They are mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters. They are lovers, strangers, social justice paladins, and warm hearted Samaritans.

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