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SAN FRANCISCO HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION TO EXPLORE TRENDS IN HATE CRIMES AND ANTI-BULLYING EFFORTS AT A SPECIAL MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 22ND IN THE CASTRO (D8) This special meeting is a part of the Agency’s on-going effort to foster greater community outreach as well as afford greater public awareness to the HRC’s role in human rights

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, July 29, 2011 ALICE B. TOKLAS LGBT DEMOCRATIC CLUB EXHIBIT TO OPEN AT GLBT MUSEUM “40 Years Together, 40 Years Strong” opens for the month of August at the GLBT History Museum marking the 40th anniversary of the Alice B. Toklas LGBT Democratic Club — the first and longest serving LGBT Democratic

July Membership Meeting Special Guests Police Chief Greg Suhr & Lesbian Command Staff Date: Monday, July 11, 2011 Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Location: LGBT Center, Room 300, 1800 Market St (@Octavia) Special Guests this month are the SF Police Chief Suhr and the three openly lesbian on his command staff: Lea Militello, Commander Municipal Transportation Agency Sandra Tong,

1980’s – “A Decade of Challenge and Change” The last article of this column recounted the 1970’s, from the Presidential campaign of George McGovern through the time of Harvey Milk. This article will review the 1980’s, a time of enormous challenge and change for the community. In the 1970’s, Alice had played a significant role

1970’s “McGovern to Milk” The second article of this column explained the formation of Alice. This article will review the 1970’s, from the Presidential Campaign of George McGovern, to the time of Harvey Milk at City Hall. Alice’s Important Role in the McGovern for President Campaign: Soon after Alice was chartered, the club became very

Why Alice B. Toklas? The first question many people ask about Alice is, why the organization was named after Alice B. Toklas? Alice was chartered in December, 1971, just two years after the Stonewall Riots at a time when there was enormous hostility towards gay people. By 1971, the year Alice was chartered, an average

Formation of Alice Last month this column told the story of how San Francisco became a destination point for LGBT people throughout America. This article will recount the formation of Alice by the work of Jim Foster and an organization called the Society for Individual Rights. Gay political activism in San Francisco was formed almost

Alice Pre-History This is a very exciting year at Alice as we approach December, 2011, the 40th anniversary of our organization. We have planned many events and activities to celebrate. In our newsletter, we will be featuring Alice History articles through December. This first article will be about Alice Pre-History, recounting the period that led

  SOLD OUT!!! Alice’s Annual Pride Breakfast Sunday, June 26, 2011 Located in the Rincon Center, at the corner of Mission and Spear Streets. Doors Open at 7:45 AM – Breakfast and Program begins at 8:15 Proudly Presented by Diamond Sponsors Hon. Bevan Dufty & Joanna Rees Platinum Sponsor Senator Mark Leno Palladium Sponsor San

Assembly Member Tom Ammiano Fundraiser Date: Thursday, May 5, 2011 Time: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Location: 426 Urbano Drive, San Francisco Individual tickets cost $25. To RSVP call (415) 956-8379 or email mkimura@uesf.org. Dyke March Fundraiser Date: Saturday, May 7, 2011 Time: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Location: Trigger (2348 Market Street, between Castro

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