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SDGLN Weekly Wrap: Jan. 12, 2019 - Jan. 18, 2019

Here is everything we covered in SDGLN this week.

There was a lot of news both locally and nationally this week. There were a few local crimes, one resulting in a man severely biting another in Hillcrest. There was also a fundraiser and just plain fun in "Out & About."

NEWS

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.

SDGLN Weekly Wrap: Dec. 29, 2018 - Jan. 4, 2019

Here is everything we covered in SDGLN this week.

It was a short week this week as we rang in the new year. But there was plenty to report on both locally and nationally including new scooter laws that went into effect and San Diego Pride getting you pumped for this year's festival with presale, discounted tickets.

NEWS

SD Pride announces dates and theme for 2019

Winter has barely begun and San Diego Pride is already looking forward to summer. Today Pride's Executive Director Fernando Z. López announced the theme and date of next year's festival.

The Stonewall Riots, a pivotal point in LGBT activism, marks its 50th anniversary in 2019 and Pride is honoring the event. 

A message from SD Pride for Veterans Day

Each success builds on the next, and each moment garners national visibility, all helping to educate and break down barriers.

Dear Pride Family, 

Some of our movement’s earliest pioneers like José Julio Sarria, the first openly LGBTQ person to run for public office in the US, and Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to public office, served in our country’s military before ever leading our community.

A message about voter participation from SD Pride

Whether you engage with our GOTV efforts or another, we hope you will stay active in the democratic process.

Ten years ago the LGBTQ community in California was deep in the fight to preserve our right to legally marry. Those of us who had been in that fight for years can recall an odd dichotomy.