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We have social time, outing, events and guest speakers. Common Bond offers U21 to youth under 21, the Emergency Project, this web site, our information phone line (505-891-3647), the Center Without Walls, the monthly newsletter Community Voice, and Drops of Rain to you and anyone within our communities and their allies.
• Aloha Pride Center (serving Hawaii's LGBTQIA communities)call 545-2848 for info Honolulu Gay & Lesbian Cultural Foundation, 941-0424, ext.
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We are committed to discovering and expanding these options as a unified community, so we can make the most educated choices when deciding to parent.
We intend to foster and be an advocate for the rights of LGBT families everywhere, but we don’t stop there.
We hold meetings once to twice a month at various locations in the Bronx.
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