Grand Park’s social media coordinator edited together this amazing video of Proud Stories. I am so honored that I was part of this inclusive and affirming event. My hairy mug makes an appearance at 1:26.
Q Youth Foundation’s SOGIE Human Library
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Tagged as Aaron Saenz, Amaury ‘Ketzal’ Reducino, Amber Rose, Ana Bernal, Asian Pacific Islander LGBTQ, Better Brothers LA, black, Black and coming out, black and gay, Claudia Rodríguez, dtla, East LA Art Walk, Eastside Queer Storytelling, gender binary, gender fluid, gender identity, Gender Justice LA Theatre, Grand Park Downtown Los Angeles, Grand Park's Proud Stories, In The Meantime, Latino Equality Alliance, Proud Stories, Q Youth Foundation, SOGIE Human Library
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