The Center recently received a prestigious award for its work in preventing and understanding GLBT homicide. In June, the Center was awarded a 2006 PRIDE Award given annually by Lavender, Minnesota’s GLBT Magazine. The PRIDE Awards are named for the acronym “People Rallying Individuality, Diversity, and Equality.
The editors of Lavender noted that “…perhaps CHR’s most important focus isn’t on the grisly details of past crimes, but on a hopeful future—specifically the prevention of gay homicide.”
Lavender is an award-winning, free biweekly magazine with features on local and national news, politics, travel, arts and entertainment, nightlife and cuisine. Lavender is distributed across the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, as well as across the Midwest.
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