2019
JULY 12 - 14

The Legacy of Volunteers

Since before Stonewall, LGBTQ people have too often been severed from family and support networks. Our queer resilience and ingenuity have made us experts at the concept of found family. Over the generations of our movement, our creativity has shone through in the way…

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San Diego Pride to Kick Off Pride Weekend By Honoring Its Origins With The Spirit of Stonewall Rally

San Diego Pride weekend begins with the Spirit of Stonewall Rally at The Hillcrest Pride Flag on Friday, July 12, 6 – 7 p.m. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, a moment in history in which the LGBTQ community fought…

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The Pulse of Our Movement

On the first day of Pride month, yet another transgender asylum seeker died after neglect in ICE custody. Her name was Johana Medina Leon. On the same day, Chynal Lindsey, a 26 year young black trans woman was found murdered in Dallas. She is…

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A Culture of Coalitions

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 InterPride was founded with a half dozen Pride organizations meeting in Boston…

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The Legacy of Harvey Milk

May 22 is Harvey Milk’s birthday! Not everyone knows that Harvey Milk lived in San Diego before moving to San Francisco. He was stationed here while serving in the U.S. Navy and credited the experience with his love for California and his eventual move…

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I am Jewish

My father, a devout Catholic man from Mexico, and my mother, a Jewish woman raised by Orthodox parents whose family left Russia and Austria respectively to escape persecution and death, each explained to me as a young person the discrimination I would face because…

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Dine out with me!

Here in San Diego, more than 18,000 people are currently living with HIV, and across the US that number is closer to 1.1 million. We have come a long way in combating the HIV virus, increasing public health education, and fighting the stigma around…

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Our Saturday Headliner is…

In the 1950’s, long before the Stonewall riots, “homosexuals” were hunted within the federal government and ejected as they were pegged security risks and communist sympathizers. In 1953 President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed Executive Order 10450, which barred members of the LGBTQ community from…

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Featured Events

She Fest

Pride 5K

San Diego Pride Festival

Spirit of Stonewall Rally

PRIDE 365

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

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