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Latina/o Pride Picnic July 14
2007-08-01

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The second Orgullo en Accion Latina/o LGBTQQ Pride Picnic took place July 14 at Division and Sacramento in Humboldt Park. In addition to food, there were events such as dancing, games and performances featuring draq queens and kings. Click on www.windycitymediagroup.com/photos/LatinaPrideJuly2007 to see more photos. Photos by Emmanuel Garcia

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