Four Reasons Why We Hope You Will Join Us Next Sunday

Our annual Oscar Watch Party is next Sunday on March 4th and this year it's at the beautiful Brookside Country Club. Here are four reasons via youtube clips we hope give you reason to join us: 


Advocacy: Making History with A Drag Performance At The State Capitol

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Here, Portraits Beyond the Binary

Here, Portraits Beyond the Binary is a series of environmental portraits of transgender, non-binary, agender, genderqueer, and other non-cisgender identities by photographer Tristan Crane.

This project is working to raise awareness of the tremendous diversity of background, expression, and life experience within our community by providing a platform for Trans and non-binary visibility and self description. 

Featured are our very own Cymone Reyes and James Patnaude:

Click this link to read about the HERE project

Click here to read the article on Cymone and here to read the article on James



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Thank You Dyane



Thank you to Pride Center Board Member Dyane Burgos Medina for creating and developing our Pride Center's Mental Health Support Services Program. #SJTrueColors #StrongerTogether #LGBTRocks #DiversityRules

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Unveiling of Elena Kelly Banner


Congratulations again to Elena Kelly for the unveiling of your "Strength In Diversity" banner! This wouldn't have been possible with out the help of Downtown Stockton Alliance! Thank you to Congressman Jerry McNerneyand everyone who stopped by for this special unveiling!

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2017 AT&T Investing in California Awards



Congratulations to the San Joaquin Pride Center, the Little Manila Foundation and Fathers & Families of San Joaquin for their 2017 AT&T Investing in California Awards. They are recognized today for their outstanding commitment to the community .

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Criticism of the LGBT community to the veto decision to transsexuals to the armed forces



Activists from the LGBT community called this decision a step back from the gains that had already been made.

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Activistas de la comunidad LGBT calificaron esta decisión como un retroceso a los logros que ya se habían alcanzado.

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NorCal transgender community reacts to military ban


Reversing an Obama-era policy, President Donald Trump announced Wednesday morning that the government "will not accept or allow" transgender citizens to
serve in the military.

In a set of tweets, Trump cited the "tremendous medical costs and disruption" that the individuals serving in the armed forces would entail. The announcement says nothing specific about transgender people who are currently serving...

Click here to watch the video from KCRA and read the rest of the article.

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Cultivating Acceptance Pride Festival Video

Check out our new Cultivating Acceptance and Pride Festival video advertisement here! Sponsored by the California Public Health Office of Equity's Disparities Project. Don't forget to join us at the Pride Festival on August 26th at Weber Point in Downtown Stockton. 


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Pride Not Prejudice

Check out our article in The Current. There is a full section about what the Pride Center has been up to as well as information on our Cultivating Acceptance Program and the Pride festival. 

Click HERE!




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Cultivating Acceptance Video

Watch our Cultivating Acceptance video.


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