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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.

City Council adopts Mayor Faulconer’s regulations for dockless scooters

City Council adopts Mayor Faulconer’s regulations for dockless scooters.

Today Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer won unanimous City Council approval for new regulations for the dockless mobility industry that require companies to obtain permits and comply with new rules aimed at improving safety, such as limiting speeds in certain public spaces and staging the devices in designated corrals.

San Diego Pride honors the trans community

San Diego Pride honors the trans community

Physical and political attacks against our trans community members have been on the rise the last few years, yet in this torturous landscape, trans excellence continues to shine through.

San Diego Pride: "Build Power, Not Walls"

Some may wish to focus on building walls, but we at Pride are looking to build upon our queer brilliance through international, intersectional, intergenerational mentorship.

At the Stonewall Riots, our community unleashed our strength, fought back against societal and institutional violence, and then continued honoring that moment year after year, building a global movement on that rebellious foundation.

Senate President Pro Tempre Toni Atkins endorses Todd Gloria for Mayor

In yet another sign of his campaign’s building momentum, California State Assemblymember Todd Gloria (D-San Diego), a Democratic candidate for San Diego Mayor in 2020, announced today the endorsement of California State Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins.

Join San Diego Pride in the Women’s March and the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade

The Women's March San Diego is on Jan.19

Dear Pride Family, 

After the riots at Stonewall, we marched. After we lost Prop 8, we marched.

The desire to gather and find community, to be seen and heard, to show collective power or express shared outrage is interwoven within the legacy of our movements for social justice.

Fifty years of Padres and Pride

OUT at the Park nights took place prior to 2001 and have continued on since then, but for a time, our organization was treated as little more than a bulk-ticket buyer.

Dear Pride Family, 

In 2001, LGBTQ community leaders stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Padres staff at a press conference, announcing the first official OUT at the Park night, scheduled to take place the very next day. The next day was September 11, and that game never happened.

The leadership at the Padres changed, and the official partnership was lost.