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Let’s honor those who have served with Pride

Let’s honor those who have served with Pride.

Dear Pride Family,

In many ways, veterans were in part responsible for building our strongest LGBTQ communities across the country.

It’s time for Pride again!

Today, over 1,000 Pride events happen all over the world with each one taking on a distinctly local flavor. 

In 1969 the Stonewall Riots against legal police brutality towards our community inspired organizers in New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego to hold “Christopher Street Liberation Day" marches or "Gay-ins" in 1970: the origins of Pride events as we know them today.

Accessing Pride

My mother is a retired teacher who oversaw the department for students who were blind and low vision.

First reporting cycle shows Stephen Whitburn leading the pack in Council District 3

First reporting cycle shows Stephen Whitburn leading the pack in Council District 3.

SAN DIEGO, CA -- In the race for San Diego City Council District 3, Stephen Whitburn reports the strongest total cash contributions for the first reporting period from January 1 - June 30, 2019.

The fundraising report filed with the San Diego City Clerk’s office shows Whitburn’s total exceeding $60,000.

Welcome to Pride San Diego!

Welcome to Pride San Diego!

We are about to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots that gave birth to the international Pride movement.

We don’t have Pride because we’re free. We have Pride because we’re not. Our collective efforts all year round now culminate in the creation of intentional space for our community where for a weekend, a day, a few hours, or a moment - our people can revel in joy.

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.