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    Bridging Disparities: How to Better Serve QPOC Patients

    Join Dell Medical School’s Department of Population Health and he Community Strategy Team for a panel discussion on how to better serve QPOC patients in Central Texas. Priscilla A. Hale, allgo's fearless leader, will be joined by Ari Luna of the CS Team, allgo's Health and Wellness Advocate Jae Lin, and scholar enakshi ganguly of allgo.
    Wed., March 27, 5:30-8pm  
    Health Learning Building, 1501 Red Rive
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    Clothing Drive Benefiting Out Youth

    When the powers combine a la Austin Pride, Austin Black Pride, and Out Youth, queer youth benefit. So dig through that closet, find some fancy that hasn't seen daylight in years, and donate it to Out Youth's annual youth prom (on April 13). Lightly worn prom dressed, tuxes (or suits), scarves, jewelry, shoes, scarves, clutches, cummerbunds, and accessories needed. Then just drop those donations off at The Q!
    Donations collected through Sat., March 30  
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    LGBTQ Spanish Conversation Night

    Dying to improve or keep up with your Spanish-speaking skills? Then this chill, queer hangout is for you! And if you're feelin' sassy after, stick around for karaoke at 9:30pm.
    Wed., March 27, 7:30-9:30pm  
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    LGBTQ+ Paths to Pregnancy: Using Donor Sperm to Build Your Family

    A doctor, midwife, lawyer, and sperm bank rep walk into a chuch to educate queers on family planning. This is not a joke.
    Wed., March 27, 6:30-8:30pm. Free.  
    MCC Austin, 8601 S. First
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    Queer Ride

    An inclusive, no-riders-left-behind social bike ride for everyone under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella and allies, too. Expect to wheel for 10-14 miles, with an inevitable end-stop at a local gastropub by or before 10pm. So grab our friends, helmets, lights (headlights and taillights), and locks, and hit the road.
    Wednesdays, 7pm  
    South Gates of the Capitol, 1100 Congress
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    Workout! With Erica Nix

    Workout! with Erica Nix making workouts fun again!: Body Positive aerobics classes inspired by 80's legends Richard Simmons with music ranging from Elton John to Missy.
    Mon., and Fri., 6:10-7:10pm; Wed., 6:30-8pm (most weeks). $15.

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