Brown Boy Love: Sexual health education and self empowerment

This sexual health education and self empowerment consists of 7 sessions and is open to young men of color in Fresno County, ages 18-24 who identify as GBTQ2+ or MLM. 1st Session starts: May, 16th 2022 (more cohorts thru summer) Great opportunity to discuss sexual health, healthy relationships, harm reduction, self care & healing, and …

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Don’t miss your chance to sell at Fresno Rainbow Pride

An amazing opportunity for individuals, allies, local businesses and organizations to show their love and support. If you are interested in having a food, organization or merchandise booth at the Festival this year, please register on our website. Sponsorship information and parade entries are also still available. We have also updated the festival information on …

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Fresno City Council approves purchase of Tower Theatre

After more than a year of controversy, legal battles, and a theatrical Fresno City Council meeting, the City Council voted Thursday to buy the historic Tower Theatre for $6.5 million. The City Council voted 4-3 to approve a complicated purchase agreement for the property that includes the theater, Sequoia Brewery, and Me-n-Ed’s. Councilmembers Garry Bredefeld, …

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Free LGBTQ youth hiking expedition

The program provides full-tuition scholarships for highly motivated LGBTQ+ youth from under-resourced communities to attend an Outward Bound wilderness course. Outward Bound  LGBTQ+ courses are designed for LGBTQ+ teens to build community and cultivate self-efficacy through service-learning, leadership development, and self-discovery in natural environments. This course is staffed with Instructors who have lived experiences with and …

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PFLAG Fresno: Still Doing the Work to Make It Better for LGBTQ+ People

Fifty years ago, in 1972, a mom accompanied her gay son to the Christopher Street Liberation Day March- a precursor to today’s Pride parades. That mom was Jeanne Manford, and as she marched, carrying a sign that read ‘Parents of Gays Unite in Support for Our Children”, she unknowingly began a national movement. PFLAG was …

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