SCOTUS Will Not Define Us

I was planning to write to you today expressing my overwhelming gratitude for the love, care, and outpouring of support I witnessed at our Tend hybrid event last night. Instead, my hands are shaking with rage and horror as I write this very different blogpost. One about today’s massive step back in the fight for

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How We Can Create Different Worlds: Commemorating Juneteenth 2022

Holidays matter, and—as the newest federally recognized holiday—it is heartening to know that Juneteenth now has the time and space for reflection it requires.  On Juneteenth, we celebrate freedom, remembrance, and hope. We lift up the real and painful history of our nation. We acknowledge how far we still have to go in order to see

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We’re Hiring an Assistant Director of Community Engagement!

We’re excited to announce a new role at Pride Foundation—the search is on for our Assistant Director of Community Engagement! Pride Foundation’s Assistant Director of Community Engagement will be an experienced fundraising professional. They will build on and provide the day-to-day management of Pride Foundation’s annual fund program and the annual fund team. Together, alongside the

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Your June eNews + Pride Month Events List

Pride Month holds so many different things for all of us. While I always make time for celebration, it’s also a crucial time for remembering where we come from and all we have fought for. Since the Stonewall Uprising led by Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, this month has commemorated a movement against injustice, hate,

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Introducing the 2022 Pride Foundation Scholars!

I hope you’re holding up during a heavy, difficult couple of weeks. Between the white supremacist murders of Black people in Buffalo two weeks ago, and the devastating school shooting in Texas earlier this week, we are heartsick and our thoughts are going out to the families of those lost. We hope you are taking

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Reproductive Justice is LGBTQ+ Justice

Since the moment I saw the news alert about the leaked draft decision from Justice Alito that would overturn Roe v. Wade, my heart and spirit have ached with rage and devastation. Like so many others, I am wracked with questions: What fresh dystopia are we living in? How has the backlash against progress—this death

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Your April 3 Cool Things

It’s nearly May, and the weather feels as confusing and erratic as this unpredictable COVID world we are living in. It’s in the midst of all this that we wanted to pause and focus on some cool things happening across the Northwest—and the stability and consistency that comes from community. Just a few cool things

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