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San Diego Pride keeps community connected with virtual forums

San Diego Pride has scheduled a series of upcoming virtual events to keep the LGBTQ community connected during these difficult times. The series began last Monday with an hour long question and answer session with City of San Diego Councilmember Chris Ward who shared about COVID-19 and its direct impact on the local LGBTQ community.

San Diego Pride canceled for 2020

San Diego Pride cancelled for 2020.

San Diego Pride has made the difficult decision to officially cancel its outdoor festivities this year due to the coronavirus.

The celebration was scheduled to take place on July 17-19, but new directives from Governor Newsom to reduce crowd gatherings this summer were paramount in Pride organizer's decision to drop the celebration for 2020. 

A message from Fernando Lopez of San Diego Pride

San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender News

With so much uncertainty and so many things changing from day to day, I wanted to take this moment to share with you some of the changes and adaptations we’ve made and how we are moving forward. Our hearts go out to everyone who has been impacted by the mental, emotional, physical, health, and financial damage that has been done by this virus.

San Diego Pride theme revealed for 2020

San Diego Pride theme revealed for 2020.

It’s only the beginning of 2020 and we already know the road ahead of us this year will be a challenging one, to say the least. We’re living through a hyperpolarized time that has us witnessing a rise in fear, hateful rhetoric, and an increase of violent hate crimes.

Pride collective, CAPI conference is coming to San Diego

Pride collective, CAPI conference is coming to San Diego.

The Consolidated Association of Pride, Inc. (CAPI) conference brings together Prides and LGBTQ-serving organizations from across the western United States of America and Mexico.

A thank you from San Diego Pride

A thank you from San Diego Pride

Our 2019 theme is Stonewall 50: A Legacy of Liberation.

We have taken the year to reflect on the gifts given to us by the struggles and sacrifices of our Stonewall generation and consider the world we want to leave to the next generation. I continue to be inspired by our community’s history of resilience.

Hope for the Holidays

Many of us feel the weight and emptiness of familial rejection and isolation. Far too many of us, especially our youth, fear holiday gatherings where relatives will be outright hostile.

SDGLN Weekly Wrap: Nov. 16 - Nov. 22, 2019

Here is everything we covered in SDGLN this week.

This week in the news we got word that Chick-Fil-A was going to clear up their image and stop giving money to anti-LGBT charities. Conservatives were not happy and accused the chain of caving to the LGBT bully mob. 

Also this week, the community took time to remember those we have lost in the transgender community for Transgender Day of Remembrance.