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Thank you @tyleroakley for all your support!! http://ow.ly/ITdo7
The Trevor Project was honored to have guest visitors today. Judy and Dennis Shepard stopped by with filmmaker Michelle Josue.
We had such a blast presenting to our amazing audience today at #CC15. Stop by our table in the exhibiting hall!
We'll be at #CC15 in 2 weeks! Help make our institute really great by taking our short survey: http://svy.mk/188qojI. Thanks!
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