July 9 -17

Pride in 2022?

Pride brings us together in times of protest, mourning, victory, and celebration. Pride helps connect us to community and our found family. Pride gives us access to life-saving direct services and provides grant funding to our local and global LGBTQ community. This work is…

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Sharing Thanks

I am so grateful that vaccines are bringing hope back to the holidays as many of us begin to feel safer gathering with our friends and family this season. With that said, this time of year I’m always reminded of the fear, pain, and…

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[CW: Violence, Murder] Trans Justice

Last week during San Diego County’s Leon L. Williams Human Relations Commission meeting, Commissioner Pastor Dennis Hodges referred to transgender people as abominations. This month, 2021 became the deadliest year on record for our transgender siblings. A 21-year-old trans man, Poe Black, was killed…

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Veterans of Our Movement

This last weekend, the USNS Harvey Milk launched into San Diego Bay marking the first time a military vessel was named for an openly LGBTQ civil rights leader. For many San Diegans who lived, served, and suffered through pre and post-Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell discrimination or…

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Draw the Line. Stop Hate.

Just this last weekend, 2 schools in Chula Vista were vandalized with homophobic and antisemitic graffiti. Today, LGBTQ, Jewish, and Latinx community leaders came together to denounce these acts of hate. Our shared struggle is the ongoing fight against white supremacy. Our fight is far from over.…

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History-making List

In 1981, just 12 years after the Stonewall Riots, San Diego Pride board member Doug Moore created a list of Pride organizers from around the country, and from that list in 1982 half a dozen Pride organizations met in Boston. In 1983, the second…

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