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    Vice President Elect Kamala Devi Harris Will Always Be a Friend to the LGBTQ+ Community

    Vice President Elect Kamala Devi Harris Will Always Be a Friend to the LGBTQ+ Community

    By Rebecca Prozan– The year was 2003. After working at City Hall, attending law school, co-chairing former Supervisor Bevan Dufty’s first campaign, and taking the bar exam, I went on…

    On a Road Trip to Sonoma with Kamala Harris

    On a Road Trip to Sonoma with Kamala Harris

    By Derek Barnes– I first met Kamala Harris when she was campaigning to become San Francisco’s district attorney at a friend’s fundraiser event for her. After a successful election, one…

    Kamala Harris: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum Major

    Kamala Harris: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum Major

    By John Lewis– As I skimmed through my yearbook at my 40th high school reunion a few years ago, I stumbled upon my friend and fellow band member Marilyn Grant’s…

    The Return of Hope and Joy

    The Return of Hope and Joy

    By Kate Kendell, Esq.– When we won the freedom to marry for same-sex couples in 2015, we as legal advocates knew that the fight for true liberation, equality, and justice…

    Oakland on November 7 Celebrated News About President-elect Biden, Vice President-elect Harris

    By Morgan Shidler– I think we’ll all remember where we were when media outlets called the 2020 election for Joe Biden. No matter how we felt about the candidate, it…

    Sweet Georgia Brown, Black, and Blue

    Sweet Georgia Brown, Black, and Blue

    By Andrea Shorter– The struggle is real. What a struggle it has been to remain in the global cathartic elation at the finally announced election of the historic Democratic Biden-Harris…

    2020 Elections Recap

    2020 Elections Recap

    By Louise “Lou” Fischer– Despite the disinformation campaign led by the soon-to-be-evicted resident of the White House and his band of merry sycophants, we do have a clear-cut winner of…

    National AIDS Memorial to Honor Drs. Anthony Fauci and David Ho on World AIDS Day

    The National AIDS Memorial will bring together powerful voices from the AIDS and COVID-19 pandemics on World AIDS Day, December 1, 2020, for an inspiring discussion about health justice, social…

    First 50-State Virtual Exhibition of the AIDS Memorial Quilt

    First 50-State Virtual Exhibition of the AIDS Memorial Quilt

    Each year on World AIDS Day, the National AIDS Memorial Quilt team works with hundreds of partners to arrange more than1,000 in-person Quilt displays across the country at universities, places…

    Getting Ready for 2021

    Getting Ready for 2021

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting– Like you, I am ready to put 2020 behind us. With President-elect Joe Biden and the Bay Area’s own Vice President-elect Kamala Harris set to take…

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