The neo-Nazis were not able to march and they did not have a rally. While the crowd accomplished what it set out to do, it came at a high cost.
SOMOS LGBT vigil in Watsonville remembers “one of the most horrific tragedies committed against the LGBT community at a gay club in Orlando, Florida.”
This summer’s Pride celebrations fall in the midst of a military court martial where PFC Bradley Manning’s entire life will quite literally be on the line.
On Sunday, June 3rd, the Diversity Center of Santa Cruz presented the 38th annual Santa Cruz Pride demonstration, which featured a march and rally with thousands of people on Pacific Avenue.
The California Supreme Court issued its ruling on the validity of the Prop 8 ballot initiative and upheld a voter-mandated ban on same-sex marriage.
People throughout the Monterey Bay Area marched, danced, and sang, with style and grace, at the historic, first annual, Watsonville LGBTI Pride Celebration.
The 16th annual Santa Cruz Dyke March took place on May 31st to increase lesbian visibility and activism.
On June 12, 2005, a group of local high school students known as DANCES WITH KITTENS organized a rally in front of Urban Outfitters on Pacific Ave. to call attention to the corporation’s extreme right agenda.
The GLBT Alliance rallied at the Town Clock to celebrate a decision in San Francisco Superior Court that same-sex marriage could be legal in California.