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Exhibit of Rare Womynist Posters Opens in San Francisco

Courtesy of the San Francisco GLBT History Museum
Travel
Second to third wave feminists (womynists) of color are being celebrated with an exhibit "Feminists to Feministas: Women of Color in Prints and Posters" in San Francisco. ...
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San Francisco AIDS Foundation Launches Public Phase of $15 Million Campaign

Photo: San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Health
The San Francisco AIDS Foundation has launched the public phase of "The Campaign for Health & Wellness" having raised more than $12.2 million of its $15 million goal. ...
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NerdWallet Lists Top 10 LGBT-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

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In honor of Pride Month, NerdWallet crunched the numbers to find the most LGBT-friendly cities in the U.S. Where did your city land? ...
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Castro’s Daughter Rallies Thousands for March Against Homophobia

International
Same-sex marriage is still illegal in Cuba, but Raul Castro’s daughter, Mariela, held a ceremony for 20 couples to exchange vows in a “Celebration of Love.” ...
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Hundreds Block Castro District Chanting ‘Black Lives Matter’

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The rally was in light of police killings of men in Missouri and New York. Demonstrators chose Christmas Eve to say this was “no time for celebration.” ...
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Obama Proposes New Measures to Facilitate Cuba Relations

The United States is taking historic steps to chart a new course in our relations with Cuba and to further engage and empower the Cuban people.
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The following is from a White House memo to members of the media regarding U.S. and Cuba relations. Wednesday, the United States is taking historic steps to chart ...
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The Castro’s Café Flore is Moving on Up

The Castro Neighborhood’s beloved bohemian cafe, Cafe Flore
Travel
Next time you hang out at Café Flore, one of the Castro’s popular spots to meet a date, friends or cruise the traffic, you’ll notice something different. ...
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Rainbow Honor Walk Installation Honors 20 LGBT Leaders

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Those honored in the Castro will be laid in alphabetical order, starting with Jane Addams, the first American woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931. ...
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Remembered: San Francisco’s José Julio Sarria

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Sarria was a proud World War II veteran and the very first openly gay candidate to run for public office in North America. ...
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Post-DOMA Lavender Law Conference Anticipates 1500 Lawyers

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The National LGBT Bar Association consists of lawyers, judges and other legal professionals, law students, activists, and affiliated LGBT legal organizations. ...
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