2016: A YEAR IN REVIEW
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Pride School proudly opens its doors
After two years of planning, Pride School Atlanta opened its doors at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta in July.
The K-12 nonprofit school for LGBT educators, students and families, is the brainchild of transgender educator Christian Zsilavetz.
“There’s a difference between being openly affirming and acting as if everybody has a great time with your kid being gay or gender diverse. We know that every parent struggles. All of our parents have struggled. And if you hang out with people who get it, then you’ll get it faster,” Zsilavetz said. “When you walk in, there’s nothing in there that would typically push out folks, especially those in the LGBT community.”
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