Trans Remembered

From Stonewall to the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, from the fight for marriage equality to LGBTQ youth and students rights and beyond, our transgender siblings have always been at the forefront of our movement. At the same time, our trans family members…

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Our Victories and Our Veterans

Some of our movement’s earliest pioneers like José Julio Sarria, the first openly LGBTQ person to run for public office in the US, and Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to public office, served in our country’s military before ever leading our…

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Voting is an Act of Resistance

Today is election day, and we know that the results of this election will have huge impacts on our community for years to come. Today is our opportunity to voice our views and to fight for our liberation from the top to the bottom…

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How do we face our fears?

I am the son of immigrants; a first generation U.S. citizen. The Jewish side of my family emigrated to the United States from Russia and Austria respectively to escape persecution and death. The Mexican side of my family moved to California in the 60’s…

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Featured Events

Transgender Day of Remembrance


Community events, programs, and fundraisers put on by Pride & other LGBTQ-serving organizations happen all throughout the year!

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