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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.

First message of the year from SD Pride

This year is already promising to be one to remember.

Dear Pride Family, 

I hope the struggles and successes of 2018 have left you resolved to tackle the year ahead of us. 2019 is already bringing new protections for trans folks in the state of California, the most diverse Congress our country has ever seen has been sworn in, and we’re just months away from celebrating 50 years since the Stonewall Riots.

Holiday schedule for City of San Diego offices and services

Administrative offices will be closed on New Year's Day.

As San Diego ushers out 2018, many of its administrative offices and public services will be closed. 

Here is a list of those closures and some details on parking, garbage collection, and public safety during the holiday:

National AIDS Memorial to observe World AIDS Day with events honoring Voices of Hope

As people from around the world come together on December 1 to commemorate World AIDS Day, the National AIDS Memorial will bring together more than 1,600 supporters, friends and loved ones for two-days of events to pay tribute to the lives lost, inspire remembrance, healing and convey an important message of hope for the future.

Introducing OUR PRIDE Video Fest

Students from middle school through college have the unique opportunity to creativity use digital media to help document the often-untold stories of the LGBTQ+ community and their history, culture and contributions.