September 'Spirit of the Barrio' event to feature Father Gregory Boyle

September 2007
Gay & Lesbian Times;9/20/2007, Issue 1030, p16
The article announces that Family Health Centers of San Diego presents a monthly event with the theme "Spirit of the Barrio" to be held on September 21, 2007 in San Diego, California. The event is being sponsored by the Unified Port of San Diego. It will feature a keynote speech of Homeboy Industries's executive director Father Gregory Boyle on the importance of adult guidance.


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