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Pellissippi Pride is a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, curious, open-minded and accepting student organization for Pellissippi State Technical Community College in Knoxville, Tennessee. The club's current mission is to offer unity, resources and support in educational, political and social events. Our participation policy is mutual respect.

This will be a moderated and restricted group for safety. New subscribers will be screened for authenticity.

******When subscribing to this group, please provide a first name, location and where you heard about Pride. Also please include a comment on what you are looking for from this organization. Personal information will remain confidental but your screen name along with your comment will be included in your "New Member" notice to the group. Please keep posts and yahoo profile's "PG" Rated. The Rules and Regulations that govern the student body of PSTCC also apply here.

Resources for GLBT students at Pellissippi State include but are not limited to; GLBT Advisor, Pamphlets on Coming Out, Human Rights Campaign and Links to various other GLBT organizations and groups in the Knoxville and surrounding areas.

In 1995 Pellissippi Pride was established as an organization for the GLBT staff, faculty and students of Pellissippi State Technical Community College. While the students operate the organization and plan events, staff and faculty are invited to participate and give their input in all endeavors. Happy Posting.

The group is moderated and owned by Beau Sneed 2004-2005 Pride President, who can be reached at beau_beau32@yahoo.com

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