Coalitions made for LGBT youth
on November 5, 2012
A group of students, teachers, parents, and politicians gathered at Harding Elementary, Saturday as a first step to help communication efforts between the Contra Costa LGBTQ community support groups and the school systems.
Participants said it’s important to open lines of communication with schools, while the children are young.
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