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|Your Sisters wish you a Happy New Year|
|by Dyana Bagby|
|December 28, 2012 10:58|
As 2013 approaches, the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have a few wishes for LGBT Atlanta.
Selected as this year's GA Voice People of the Year for their non-stop charity work and their role in founding Lost-N-Found Youth, an organization that helps homeless LGBT youth, the Sisters are undoubtedly committed to community.
And their wishes for LGBT Atlanta are for all of us to make the same commitment to helping others and making the communities we live in a better place to be.
Sister Dixie Normous — “My wish is that we accept and embrace the new resolution the Atlanta City Council signed endorsing gay marriage and that everyone takes care of community like they have been. With everyone suffering so much, we still need to reach out and take care of each other a little bit more.”
Sister Ursula Polari — “This New Year's Eve, I'm wishing that we all continue to pull together as a community. Working together, step by step, we can make a difference.”
Sister Gunza Blazin — “We somehow got Mayor [Kasim] Reed to come around and support [marriage] equality. My wish is that more of the Atlanta community decides to jump on board for equality.”
Sister Sissy Sweet Tea — “I wish for everyone to spread their joy and help in their community more. Find the charities you want to help. That doesn't just mean having to donate money. Just volunteering your time and talents is a great help.”
Sister B'Yonda Cloud — “My wish is that everyone have the most fabulous year ever.”
Sister Karma Chameleon — What does she wish? “For glitter and world peace,” she says with a laugh. “But seriously, I hope that people have safe new year and focus on personal safety throughout the year and reach the goals they have in mind.”
Novice Sister Night Shadow — “I wish that people keep the peace and the energy we have in the community.”
Photos by Bo Shell
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