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Saturday, March 26 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Pagan Coming Out Day, May 2nd

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Being out means you no longer actively hiding your religion or live a double life due to fear. However, it's not an either/or proposition as some Pagans are out in some people in their lives, but not others. International Pagan Coming Out Day (IPCOD) is a resource for Pagans who want to come out, a voice for Pagans who aren’t ready to come out yet, and a partner for the Pagan community and our non-Pagan allies in working to achieve greater acceptance and equity for Pagans at home, at work, and in every community. Learn more about why this Day is needed, how you can get involved, and what resources IPCOD has to offer.


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Cara Schulz

Writer/Reporter, The Wild Hunt
I'm married, have an adult son, and no tattoos. Author of "Marshmallows & Martinis: A Field Guide to Luxury Tent Camping" and "Almost Foolproof Mead Making."

Saturday March 26, 2011 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Courtyard 3

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