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Mad Pride Updates

Listing of Mad Pride events this year, large and small.

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News Item 11 July 2009: Mad Pride Asheville A small but successful Mad Pride event in North Carolina.
News Item 11 July 2009: Mad Pride Asheville A small but successful Mad Pride event in North Carolina.
News Item 13-19 July 2009: Mad Pride Week in Toronto Mad Pride week has come again to Toronto!
News Item 13-19 July 2009: Mad Pride Week in Toronto Mad Pride week has come again to Toronto!
News Item 14 July 2009: Bastille Day Protest Against Use of ECT on Children A protest against the use of electroshock on children in Albany, New York.
News Item 14 July 2009: Bastille Day Protest Against Use of ECT on Children A protest against the use of electroshock on children in Albany, New York.
News Item 16 July 2009: Mad Pride in New Jersey A Mad Pride event that took place in Bergen County, New Jersey.
News Item 16 July 2009: Mad Pride in New Jersey A Mad Pride event that took place in Bergen County, New Jersey.
News Item 24 July 2009: The Eighth Annual Mad Pride Day BBQ Jam A mad pride barbecue in Aurora, Colorado.
News Item 24 July 2009: The Eighth Annual Mad Pride Day BBQ Jam A mad pride barbecue in Aurora, Colorado.
News Item 25 July 2009: Mad Pride Picnic and Celebration Mad Pride event in Leeds, England
News Item 25 July 2009: Mad Pride Picnic and Celebration Mad Pride event in Leeds, England
News Item 10 October 2009: Walk of Pride Mad Pride event in Brisbane, Australia.
News Item 10 October 2009: Walk of Pride Mad Pride event in Brisbane, Australia.
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