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Rosa Parks, Unbracketed

“At the time I was arrested I had no idea it would turn into this. It was just a day like any other day. The only thing that made it significant was that the masses of the people joined in.”

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Learning, healing, and fighting: The GLIDE Racial Justice Group

"We are upholding the radical tradition of GLIDE and moving it into the future." Photo from the GLIDE archives.

  Attending a GLIDE Racial Justice Group (GRJG) meeting is a dizzying and eye-opening experience. The group is comprised of men and women from all different races, ages, genders, sexual orientations, and socio-economic backgrounds. Everyone’s life experiences may be different,

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At SF City Hall. #transyouth need our LOVE and support, not damaging, discriminatory policies! GLIDE attending the Trans March rally for trans and gsc youth. #supporttransyouth Thank you to our friends @atkearneyinc for this wonderful gift, and for your consistent volunteer service! So grateful! #givingback Did you know that #RosaParks was fired from her job as a seamstress at a local department store after famously refusing to give up her seat on the bus? She went on to live a lifetime of activism. She fought for the rights of political prisoners, created a scholarship foundation for college-bound seniors, and even served on the Board of Advocates of @plannedparenthood Clink the link in our profile to learn more! #everydayhero #blackhistorymonth #civilrights #solidarity

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