KICK To Host Health Expo

November 2013
Between the Lines (10807551);11/7/2013, Issue 2145, p7
The article informs that the African American LGBT organization KICK is organizing its second annual Health and Wellness Exposition on November 16, 2013 at Detroit, Michigan.


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