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C.J. Ortuño to speak Tuesday in one of last public appearances as SAVE Dade executive director

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C.J. Ortuño, the outgoing executive director of SAVE Dade, is scheduled to make one of his final South Florida appearances in that capacity Tuesday night in Wilton Manors.

Ortuño will be on a panel to discuss "LGBT Issues Impacting the Hispanic Community."

Here are the details from the ACLU of Florida:

Join the ACLU of Florida and others at this important community event! We will discuss important issues impacting the Hispanic LGBT community including domestic partnership benefits! After the presentation, there will be an opportunity to share your story on camera!

Our speakers will include:

Alexander Lewy, Vice Mayor of Hallandale Beach
Carolina Gonzalez, ACLU of Florida
C.J. Ortuño, SAVE Foundation
Natalie Carlier, National Council of La Raza

Refreshments will be provided

Time
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Location
The Pride Center at Equality Park
2040 North Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors, Florida 33305 (Map)

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What's next, a plane flying over the beach announcing the next time he goes boom boom in the potty? There are more important things happening in the world than this.
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