"Join the Struggle, Not The Wars!" That's what we will be reminding San Diego PRIDE parade goers on Sat, July 21. We are teaming up with CFAC, SD Green Party, UniteHere Local 30, Peace Resource Center and others to make this happen. We will have an open contingent again this year, all like minded folks and organizations are welcome to march with us.
Join the San Diego Alliance for Marriage Equality(SAME) and our partner Canvass For A Cause(CFAC) at this year's LGBT Pride Parade. This will be SAME's Fourth appearance as a marching contingent. Organizers will be there with Our Float, Pride flags, shirts and the large SAME/CFAC banner so that you can find & march with us as we chant for Peace and justice for all!
Our contingent number is 113 in contingent zone H.The Parade route will begin for all contingents at 11am at Normal St and University Ave. We will march for about 1.5 miles and the route ends at Balboa Park at 6th ave. We ask that you get to Normal St and University Ave early around 9:30/10am. If you are driving, you can park your car at the Naval Hospital Parking lot on Park Ave and President's Way. Shuttles will be provided for you and drop you off at Normal St.
The annual San Diego LGBT Pride Parade is the 5th largest in the United States attracting 150,000 cheering spectators. The Pride Parade is the best attended and largest single day event in San Diego. Join us and share your Pride and solidarity with SAME and Canvass For A Cause!
Join SAME, The PRC (Peace Resource Center) and CFAC (Canvass For A Cause) for a Film Screening & Discussion of "OUT RAGE '69" This is our mutual contribution For Pride Week on Tues July 17th, 6:30 - 9pm at the Peace Resource Center (Bldg 100) 3850 Westgate Pl, San Diego 92105. This event is FREE and Open to the public! Invite your friends!
About the film:
"OUT RAGE '69" , the first in the four-part series The Question of Equality, examines the social and historical environment that gave rise to the current movement for gay and lesbian civil rights in America as told by those who were there. From Stonewall to Anita Bryant, to Oregon Measure 9 and "don't ask, don't tell," the Gay Liberation movement has fought for equal rights in a climate of hatred, violence, intolerance, and discrimination. The pursuit of individual liberty -- the freedom to think and act freely -- comes with the individual responsibility to not harm the freedom of others.
6:30 pm -- Doors open, light refreshments
7:00 pm -- Film starts promptly, and Discussion after. (Image via PRC)
The San Diego Alliance for Marriage Equality (SAME) announces “Rediscovering Stonewall” an evening program presented by Kelsey Hoffman, on Tuesday July 12th from 6:30 to 8:30PM. The presentation takes place at a special PRIDE week location, in the Canvass for a Cause Building (3705 10th ave,SD,CA. 92103. Near the corner of 10th & Robinson in Hillcrest). This event is intended to further the movement for equality and present an activist's perspective of the actions that birthed the modern LGBT movement.
“It comes down to a fight sometimes, without standing up for who you are, you lose a part of yourself. Without the queens and queers who said 'enough!' at the Stonewall Riots of 1969, the LGBT community would have no Centers, no elected officials, no movement for equal protection, and no marriage equality in New York.” said Sean Bohac, a member of SAME and one of the 'Equality 9'. “We need this history to help us get where we want to go.”