The Gay8 committee on Friday honored four longtime LGBT activists and allies at Ball & Chain in Miami’s Little Havana. From left: Gay8 co-founder Joe Cardona, honoree Richard Gonzalez, drag queen Marytrini, honoree Julia Dawson, honoree H.T. Smith, honoree Louis Canales and Gay8 co-founder Damian Pardo.
The Gay8 committee on Friday honored four longtime LGBT activists and allies at Ball & Chain in Miami’s Little Havana. From left: Gay8 co-founder Joe Cardona, honoree Richard Gonzalez, drag queen Marytrini, honoree Julia Dawson, honoree H.T. Smith, honoree Louis Canales and Gay8 co-founder Damian Pardo. STEVE ROTHAUS srothaus@miamiherald.com
The Gay8 committee on Friday honored four longtime LGBT activists and allies at Ball & Chain in Miami’s Little Havana. From left: Gay8 co-founder Joe Cardona, honoree Richard Gonzalez, drag queen Marytrini, honoree Julia Dawson, honoree H.T. Smith, honoree Louis Canales and Gay8 co-founder Damian Pardo. STEVE ROTHAUS srothaus@miamiherald.com

Facebook album: View and tag photos from the Gay8 awards ceremony in Little Havana

January 16, 2016 11:32 AM

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