Organization Issues Apology Over Confrontation With LGTBQ Vendor At Livermore Farmers' MarketThe Executive Director of the California Farmers' Markets Association issued an apology Wednesday in the wake of a viral video that showed the director berating a Livermore Farmers' Market vendor over LGTBQ pride flags he had been passing out.
Livermore Farmers' Market Management Resigns After Viral Video Of Verbal Attack On LGTBQ VendorA 3-minute cellphone video, that is now going viral, starts with the head of the California Farmers' Markets Association, Gail Hayden, at the Dan Good Cookies booth. She admonishes owner Dan Floyd.
City of Pride: San Francisco Led Nation With Decades of LGBT ProgressThis June, the City by the Bay can take a little bit more pride in Pride: a lot of historic firsts involving the LGBT community took place here.
Organizers Cancel San Francisco's Pride Parade In Wake Of COVID-19 OutbreakSan Francisco Pride officials announced Tuesday they were cancelling the 2020 Pride Parade and the weekend Pride 50 celebration over concerns raised by the continuing coronavirus outbreak in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Bay Area Officials Welcome Chick-fil-A After Chain Changes Donation FocusBay Area officials, once ready to do battle with Chick-fil-A over its expansion plans, are cheering the company’s decision to stop donating to to anti-LGBTQ groups.
New York Marks 50th Anniversary Of Stonewall UprisingNew York City is marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, days of unrest in Manhattan's Greenwich Village that began with a police raid on a gay bar and developed into a sustained LGTBQ liberation movement.
The Stonewall's Path From Illicit Dive To National MonumentFifty years ago, the Stonewall Inn was an underground gay bar where a police raid sparked a rebellion that fueled the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
Born In San Francisco; A Colorful History Of The Rainbow Flag The rainbow flag, which has become a universal symbol of hope for LGBTQ people around the world, first flew in San Francisco's United Nations Plaza for Gay Pride Day, on June 25, 1978.
Parents Of Elk Grove 2nd Graders Concerned About Gay Rights LessonsParents are getting a sneak peek at new textbooks heading to Elk Grove Unified School District. But CBS 13 reports that some parents are saying a lesson on honesty about a San Francisco drag queen caught them off guard.
Nearly 1 Million Gather For San Francisco Pride ParadeUnder blue skies and led off by Dykes on Bikes, the annual San Francisco Pride parade was greeted by nearly 1 million onlookers and participants Sunday as the city's celebrated its resilient spirit and diversity.
Moore Stands with Homophobic Supporters as Campaign StrugglesRoy Moore first caught the attention of many in the LGBT community after describing homosexual conduct as "an inherent evil" and some activists suggested this week that open acceptance of Moore's anti-gay rhetoric harkens to a dark and violent time in Alabama history.
‘Resist’ Becomes A Theme For Pride ParadePolitical themes have not been unusual for the annual San Francisco Pride parade, but organizers admit this is a special year given the current climate in Washington.
Gilbert Baker, Creator Of Famed Rainbow Flag, Dies At 65The creator of the rainbow flag that has become a widely recognized symbol of gay rights has died at age 65.
San Jose Police Accused Of Stings Singling Out Gay MenThe San Jose Police Department is accused of unfairly singling out gay men for arrest.
President Obama Declares Stonewall Inn A National MonumentAs SF Pride arrives in the Bay Area, President Obama created the first national monument to gay rights, designating the iconic Stonewall Inn in Manhattan where the modern gay rights movement took root nearly five decades ago...