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Here's how you can help quake victims in Mexico

Several organisations are accepting donation for Mexican quake relief efforts.

As rescuers attempt to sift through the rubble and devastation brought on by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake which struck near Mexico City on Tuesday, relief efforts are already underway to help those in crisis. 

So far the death toll has been reported at over 200 people including children who were in a school that collapsed after the enormous jolt.

Activists form first San Diego LGBTQ+ Latino/a/x Coalition

The San Diego LGBTQ Latinx Coalition will host its first official meeting on September 25, 2017 at the San Diego LGBT Community Center beginning at 6 pm. 

As the Trump administration continues to attack the basic civil rights of immigrants and underrepresented communities across the nation and roll back protections of the LGBTQ+ community, local queer, transgender, bisexual, lesbian, and gay Latino/a/x community members have announced the formation of the

Service Animals and Doggie Divorce discussed at The Center

On Friday, September 15, 2017, the Library Room at The Center in Hillcrest will host a program that will discuss and answer any questions you may have about service animals.

For those of you who rely on service animals to get through your day, whether it be emotional or physical support, there are some guidelines and laws that you may not know about.

Homeless pets from Harvey get rescued to San Diego

Dogs and cats rescued to San Diego after Hurricane Harvey leaves them homeless.

As Irma barrels toward the eastern coast, San Diegans are still trying to help those in need from Hurrucane Harvey.

The Helen Woodward Animal Shelter are bringing back about 80 dogs and cats that were displaced during the Texas storm.

How San Diegans can help Hurricane Harvey victims

Mass devastation in Texas as Harvey drenches southeastern part of the state.

Hurricane Harvey has wreaked havoc on the state of Texas, leaving an estimated 30,000 people without homes. Assistance has already left San Diego to help the victims of the storm, but many wonder how they can help.

Fur Ball returns to raise money for shelter animals

The annual Fur Ball

The annual Fur Ball is a popular event at the San Diego Humane Society, each year it brings in hundreds of thousands of dollars to support the animals throughout the county.

Last year that total was nearly $700,000.

Anti-hate rally to be held in Hillcrest under Pride flag this weekend

United Intersections of Justice Rally to be held on Sunday, Aug. 20 from 4 pm to 5 pm

It what is becoming a united front against hate and racism in America, several cities have organized rallies in protest of the violent and deadly white supremacist march that occurred in Charlottesville over the weekend.   

On Sunday, August 20, San Diegans will gather in Hillcrest for the United Intersections of Justice Rally against Hate.

Former adult entertainer, SD's Benjamin Lemke fighting cancer

Benjamin Lemke could use your help.

Former gay adult movie actor and underwear model Benjamin Lemke (AKA Benjamin Bradley) is currently in the hospital fighting non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

The San Diego resident has a metastatic tumor that is pushing up against his neck which makes it hard for him to eat and sleep. His best friend Alfred Robles gave us an update on his progress.