The Portal - Baltimore's African-American GLBT Multicultural Outreach Center

Cultural / Ethnic

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A safe space for black gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues; to fellowship and discuss issues.

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2419 Greenmont Avenue
Suite 1
Baltimore, MD 21218
Cultural / Ethnic
Phone: 410-235-5241
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This record: Created 04/07/2007 - Last updated 07/11/2013



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