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07/13/2012

It gets better (and tanned): Help give a harassed family a nice vacation

by Jeremy Hooper

A family in the southwest has faced graffiti, fires on their lawn, harassment within their own house, and even a home invasion. The Family Equality Council may not be able to eliminate this disgusting treatment in one blink of the eye, but the pro-acceptance organization can do something nice for the fathers and their children in order to keep their heads high and their sails nicely winded. Namely, FEC wants to send the family to Provincetown's famous Family Week (7/28–8/4) for a little R&R (rest & respect)—and you can help.

More info at link:

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Two dads and their four children have dealt with months of harassment in their hometown of Gilbert, Arizona. Let's do something awesome for them.
HELP US SEND THE BERMEA FAMILY TO FAMILY WEEK! [Family Equality Council]

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