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PFLAG Albuquerque promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through: SUPPORT, EDUCATION and ADVOCACY.

 

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  • May 16th -- Re: LGBT Seniors Meeting. [PFLAG News editor awaits word how the Seniors meetings will be carried forth.]

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Pride PFLAG car, "hugs" truck.

Meetings are on the third Wednesdays of each month. Our meeting place is on the south side of Central Ave, two stop-lights WEST of San Mateo Blvd.<google map> 136 Washington Street, suite E. Washington Street is well-marked, on Central. There is ample off-street parking.

Meetings & Events

2018, May 16th. -- Albuquerque PRIDE parade and festival happens in June, so we will talk about it and specifically about PFLAGabq's participation in the events. As always, we will start our meeting with support and sicussion at 7 PM.

2018, April 18th. Tre Brewbaker, Mr. International Gay Rodeo Association (IGRA), and Priscilla Toya Bouvier, Miss New Mexico Gay Rodeo Association (NMGRA) spoke about IGRA/NMGRA and many of their personal experiences. Their talk began 8 PM; our PFLAG meeting started at 7 PM with support.

2018, March 21st. There was support, then an open discussion followed by a discussion focusing on the topic of bisexuality.

2018, February 21st. We followed our usual schedule of support and discussion. We will also shared memories of Katherine Palmer as well as others who led our community toward freedom and pride.

 Katherine Palmer
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"Today we remember Katherine Palmer. It is with heavy hearts that we inform our PFLAG family of her passing. Katherine was [a profound] influence on our organization and community for many years. We ask that our PFLAG family allow Katherine's partner space and time to heal at this time" (L.M.). We invite anyone who would like to remember Katherine with us to our February meeting on the 21st at 7pm.

2018, January 17th. -- After some chit chat, we watched The Laramie Project, a 97-minute film set in and around Laramie, Wyoming, filmed after the murder of 21-year-old Matthew Shepard. (The movie is an adaptation of a play by that name.)

 

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