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The Community Wall of Honor is one of the nationís only LGBT community memorial displays dedicated to honoring and remembering important local LGBT community members. Located in the main Hall of the San Diego LGBT Community Center, The Community Wall of Honor was created in 2004 by Nicole Murray-Ramirez, The Imperial Court de San Diego and The Center. The Wall recognizes and celebrates those San Diego LGBT community members and allies who have had a significant positive impact upon the San Diego LGBT community. The Community Wall of Honor is about remembering, honoring and educating all of us about that history. It is a visible and lasting way of reminding our community of those whose efforts have brought us to where we are today. Over the course of 5 years 46 persons have been added to the Wall of Honor.

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