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Red Dress Party San Diego launches this weekend

Red Dress Party San Diego 2019, Launch Party at Urban Mo's is Saturday, June 1, 2019, from 2 pm to 5 pm at Urban Mo's.

With the celebration of national Pride month and San Diego’s very own Pride celebration currently in development, we should also draw our attention to parties and charitable events that help those in the community. 

One such event is The Red Dress Party. 

A culture of coalitions

MoM (Marriage of the Minds): San Diego’s Post Prop 8 coalition that coordinated events, field strategy, and earned media around marriage equality.

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 that year.

The Legacy of Harvey Milk

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 to San Francisco.

The Paw Project is proudly sponsoring AB 1230 to ban declawing in CA

Assemblymember Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) has introduced a bill that will end the unnecessary and inhumane surgery commonly known as declawing, for non-therapeutic purposes.

Declawing, also known as onychectomy or partial digital amputation, is the removal of the last toe bones in a cat's paws from which the claw grows.

Transgender Day of Visibility: A day to be seen and heard

You're going to see a lot of people talking about the "T" in LGBT today, as it is Transgender Day of Visibility.

This is a day when trans and non-binary men and women stand up and stand tall in an effort to bring public awareness to their lack of rights and to the Sisyphus type challenges they face every day. 

Special Delivery receives grant from Rob Benzon foundation

Additionally, the Foundation helps individuals through local charitable causes serving youth and LGBT communities where specific needs can be identified.

Special Delivery, a free nutrition services nonprofit organization serving people with AIDS and other life-threatening illnesses such as heart disease, cancer and kidney disease in San Diego, has received a grant in the amount of $5,000 from the Rob Benzon Foundation, announced Ruth Henricks, executive director. 

SDWC to debut "Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall"

"Quiet No More" is on Saturday, May 18, 7 PM and Sunday, May 19, 4 PM, 2019 at the Lincoln High School Center for Performing Arts

The San Diego Women's Chorus (SDWC), San Diego's premier lesbian-identified community chorus, is proud to present a monumental 2019 spring concert performance titled "Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall.