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The African American Roots of Radical Inclusivity at GLIDE: A Conversation

In our concluding post in honor of Black History Month, we offer the following excerpts from a recent conversation with GLIDE’s Isoke Femi and James Lin about the African American roots of GLIDE’s ethos of radical inclusion. Isoke Femi: People

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My Orphan Easter

by Anne Chadburn, Community Member When you are a twenty-something transplant in a big city, in this case San Francisco, holidays are a little different. Your friends become your substitute family and plans are put in to effect to try

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Don't miss our Gender Identity and Expression Summit, held the first weekend of May! Check the link in our profile for info and a schedule of events. Discussions and keynote talks will focus especially on the challenges and triumphs experienced by our transgender POC communities. #transgender #ALLYSHIP #blacktranslivesmatter @tdubtx @lgbt_history @sflgbtcenter @translawcenter @transassistanceproject @janetmock @lavernecox @oprahmagazine @theonj3 @goapele @michaelfranti @sheilaedrummer @supejanekim @matthaneysf @100daysaction @lyricsf @rmnetwork Backstage shot of Vernon Bush leading the #GLIDEensemble on Easter Sunday! We couldn't resist. #conductors #SFmusicians GLIDE Foundation Co-Founder Janice Mirikitani getting into the Easter spirit last Sunday! #glideholidays Thank you to all who joined GLIDE on #EasterSunday this year! Rev. Cecil Williams is pictured here, delivering a message of hope and joy. What brings you a sense of hope today?

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