Latino Equality Alliance Community Organizer to Participate One Nation Working Together - California

One Nation, a civil, human and economic rights movement, announced yesterday that the Jacky Guerrero, the community organizer for the Latino Equality Alliance, will be participating in the ‘Blog Across One Nation’ Trip.

Guerrero will be among a handful of other bloggers gathered from California who will drive across the country in an RV to Washington, DC and along the way blog about social justice issues including LGBT, marriage equality and immigration.

Come out to support Guerrero at the RV launch on Saturday, September 25 at 10 a.m.

Then keep up with her blog via here or on Facebook. The RV is headed to the Washington D.C. One Nation Working Together march on Washington on Oct. 2.

Join us to Rally for Social Justice in Los Angeles!
http://action.onenationworkingtogether.org/page/event/detail/onenationevents/j

 


Alianza Latina de Igualdad de la Comunidad Organizador para participar One Nation Working Together - California

Una nación, un movimiento de derechos civiles, humanos y económicos, anunció ayer que el Guerrero Jacky, el organizador de la comunidad de la Alianza Latina por la Igualdad, va a participar en el 'blog a través de una Nación "de viaje.


LGBT Noche en la Montaña Mágica

Únete a la Alianza Latina por la Igualdad para una fiesta privada LGBT en Magic Mountain: en la montaña. Esto es una diversión de fin de verano, evento de la comunidad para todos nuestros amigos y familia!


LGBT Night at Magic Mountain

Join the Latino Equality Alliance for a private LGBT party at Magic Mountain: OUT on the Mountain. This is a fun end-of-summer community event for all our friends and family! 


 


The Gay Community Rallies in Support of Undocumented Students On the Eve of a Critical U.S. Senate Vote on the Immigration DREAM Act

Photo Caption: Congresswoman Judy Chu speaks in support of the Dream Act.

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Contact: Alfredo Lee 626.643.3981

September 20, 2010

Students “Come Out” as Gay and Undocumented

LOS ANGELES, CA: More than 100 people filled the Village courtyard of the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center on Sunday, September 19, 2010, to raise community awareness and scholarship funds for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) undocumented UCLA students at a reception, “Standing With the Students: Out, Proud, and Undocumented.” Critically, there are more than 300 undocumented students enrolled at UCLA. Since the 32% fee hike earlier this year, one in five of these students has had to withdraw from college because they could no longer afford the fees and others have lost scholarship opportunities because of their status.

 

A broad coalition of LGBT organizations sponsored the event, including the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, Latino Equality Alliance, FAIR, HONOR Fund, Immigration Equality, API Equality-LA, BIENESTAR, the Human Rights Campaign, Roots of Equality and The Wall/Las Memorias. Organizations and individual sponsors may contribute online at www.LibertyHill.org search “UCLA DREAM FUND”.


El Rally de la Comunidad Gay en apoyo de los estudiantes indocumentados en la víspera de una crítica votación del Senado de EE.UU. sobre el DREAM Act Inmigración

Pie de foto: Los estudiantes de UCLA salir como gay e indocumentados.

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Contacto: Alfredo Lee 626.643.3981

20 de septiembre 2010

Los alumnos "salir" como gays y no documentados


First Latino LGBT Contingent at East L.A. Mexican Bicentennial Parade

On Sunday, September 12, 2010 various Latino Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) groups of Los Angeles participated together for the first time during the East L.A. Mexican Bicentennial Parade, one of the oldest and largest in the country.

The parade, which is televised in English and Spanish, has thousands of people in attendance along its route on Cesar Chavez Boulevard. It has been organized annually by the Mexican Civic Patriotic Committee since 1959 and has been endorsed by the Mexican Consulate and the County and City of Los Angeles.

Latino Equality Alliance (LEA) founding organizations BIENESTAR and Lambda Legal organized the contingent while it was supported by various LGBT and Latino groups, amongst them the Honor Fund, Coalición Translatina@, LUCES, and VOCES.

LGBT groups and their allies marched along the route without knowing how they would be received. “At first the participants felt a little apprehension, we wondered if they would welcome us,” said Francisco Dueñas, of Lambda Legal and board member of the Latino Equality Alliance.


Primer contingente latino LGBT en Oriente Desfile del Bicentenario de México LA

Por primera vez un LGBT contingente participaron en el desfile del este de Los Ángeles para conmemorar el Bicentenario de la Independencia de México.


Los eruditos religiosos y activistas comunitarios organizó un debate sobre la fe, los latinos y los homosexuales derechos civiles en la ciudad de South Gate


Religious Scholars and Community Activists Hosted A Discussion on Faith, Latinos and Gay Civil Rights in the City of South Gate

 City of South Gate Voters Approved Proposition 8 by 61%, a Ballot Initiative That Denied Civil Marriages to Same Sex Couples in California

 

South Gate, CA – On Thursday, September 9th, over 70 community members attended a forum at the Fe y Esperanza Lutheran Church in the City of South Gate to discuss the role cultural values, family and religion play in today's LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, and Transgender) civil rights movement in the Latino community. The event was hosted by The Wall Las Memorias Project and the Latino Equality Alliance through a social justice grant made possible by the Liberty Hill Foundation.