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As our community has boldly marched towardsfull equality and acceptance, and as our vastgains over the past 4 decades have shifted ourpriorities, the role Christopher Street West playsin the LGBT equality movement has shifted too.Though we have a long way to go for parity as far asadoption, fostering, relationship recognition, visitationrights and family and medical leave, how wonderfulfor us all that our LGBT families are well-representedthroughout Los Angeles, in many areas around thecountry and in the media.This year, LA PRIDE has decided to re-imagine ourannual Children's Garden as the Family Space.Featuring playground games, crafts, snacks, activitiesand fun for all, the Family Space promises to be a won-derful place for our families to connect in a safe andenclosed sanctuary. Sponsored by our wonderful community partners,Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the Family Spaceendeavors to honor all of our families and rememberthose that are no longer with us during PRIDE. It isdedicated to David and his fathers Ron Gamboa andDaniel Brandhorst who were lost on 9/11. FAMILYSPACE