PRIDE WAS A PROTEST!
The Impossible but True Story of Gay Pride … LA, NYC and Beyond
Facilitated by August Bernadicou
Ellen Broidy: Proposed the idea of the first NYC Pride march; participated in the Lavender Menace Zap
Reverend Troy Perry: Founded the Metropolitan Community Church, the largest LGBTQ Church with over 400,000 members around the world
Martha Shelley: Co-founded the pioneering, gay activist group, the Gay Liberation Front (NYC); participated in the Lavender Menace Zap
Perry Brass: The Gay Liberation Front (NYC); co-founded Callen Lorde, a health network dedicated to providing care to New York’s LGBTQ population; author
Dr. Don Kilhefner: The Gay Liberation Front (LA); co-founded the LA LGBT Center, the largest LGBTQ Center in the world; co-founded the Radical Faeries, an international network dedicated to exploring gay consciousness; Jungian-depth psychologist
Learn history from the original outlaws as they tell their story of fear and running during the first march that became Gay Pride.
Suggested donation to benefit The LGBTQ History Project and the Bureau: $5.
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