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The 4th Annual Inclusion Awards at Briarhurst Manor 

The 4th Annual Inclusion Awards at the Briarhurst Manor Estate in Manitou Springs celebrated the local LGBTQ community and allies working towards an even more inclusive Pikes Peak region.

"We at the Indy are proud to continue our four-year tradition, honoring heroes of the local LGBTQ community," says Alissa Smith, culture editor at the Indy. And it was an unforgettable evening.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Tre Wentling and Paul Buckley for their work in Colorado College's Butler Center, a place for inclusion and community.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Nori June Rost for her activism and role as minister at All Souls Universalist Church.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Poor Richard's, for their continued support of the LGBTQ+ community.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Poor Richard's, for their continued support of the LGBTQ+ community.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Poor Richard's, for their continued support of the LGBTQ+ community.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Lisa Schoenstein for her work with Inside/Out, an organization that supports Queer youth.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Coronado High School students for creating a gender neutral bathroom at Coronado.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Nico Wilkinson and Han Sayles for Keep Colorado Springs Queer, an inclusive and supportive community of queer artists.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Citizens Project Chair Jane Ard-Smith, a major supporter in the Colorado Springs community.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Ladyfingers Letterpress a downtown studio and retail store. Founders Morgan Calderini and Arley Rose have created a welcoming place for LGBTQ youth and art lovers alike.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Nancy-Jo Morris for her activism, working tirelessly with legislators to provide legal support for the LGBTQ+ community.
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Riley Bratzler and Carrie Simison award Nancy-Jo Morris for her activism, working tirelessly with legislators to provide legal support for the LGBTQ+ community.
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