||Lavenderpop Greeting Cards
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Lavenderpop Greeting Cards (ww.lavenderpop.com) is a dynamic line of cards created for same-gender-loving, LGBT people of African descent, their friends, families and allies. Lavenderpop Cards, by Otis Richardson, offer a diverse mix of cards for everyday occasions like birthdays, dating, romance, get well, forgive me, and servin' you glama. More specialty cards include HIV prevention, youth pride, and honoring the pioneers who have come before.
Lavenderpop is already in four Chicago stores: Women & Children First, 5233 N. Clark; Ragin' RaeJean's Gifts & Stuff, 3448 N. Halsted; Cupid's Treasures, 3519 N. Halsted; and Heritage Books & Music, 1135 W. Granville. The Web site will soon be updated with store locations.
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