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San Diego Pride

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.

A message from SD Pride on National Coming Out Day

On this Coming Out Day, please continue to be a bright shining out and proud role model for our next generation.

Our community has long known that when we are out and visible we are able to deconstruct the discriminatory prejudices that exist to oppress us.

LGBTQ Youth Leadership Academy comes to San Diego History Museum

San Diego Pride announced today the return of the annual Youth Leadership Academy (YLA), being hosted at the San Diego History Center. YLA is a fun, inclusive, and intense day that includes historical context, LGBTQ resource education, team-building activities, and panel discussions that inform and motivate participants to be successful in all that they do.

Some SD Pride parade contingents will be honored with special ribbons

Contingents across 10 categories will be recognized with beautiful ribbons.

For the first time in history, contingents in San Diego's Pride Parade will be honored and acknowledged in 10 categories with beautiful ribbons for their involvement in the 2018 celebration. 

Categories range from people and businesses in the community to their allies and supporters. Each category will have a first, second and a third place winner.

Walk with San Diego Pride

I remember being teased for being gay when I was only in the 3rd grade. The words thrown at me from other kids telling me that the only future I had in front of me was one in which I contracted HIV, died of AIDS, and burned in hell for all eternity.

SDGLN Weekly Wrap: July 21 - July 27, 2018

Here is everything we covered in SDGLN this week.

Summer is definitely here and there was plenty to report in the news this week. From a week-long heat wave to an upcoming celebration at Rich's for SDPIX's Sweet 16 to other interesting events locally and from around the world.  

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