#ZoomForPride – Special Announcement

TONIGHT isZoom for PRIDE &Caucus’s 20th Anniversary Happy Pride! TODAY in US history we had 3 landmark cases come down – Lawrence v. Texas in 2003, Windsor v. US in 2013, & Obergefell v. Hodges in 2015 so we have a lot to celebrate!  As we are preparing for ‘Zoom for Pride‘ we wanted you to know that DJ A.i.T. (you can follow her on Insta @pasiaggressive) will be providing the music and we are going to be having a SPECIAL GUEST performance from Princess

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Happy Pride – #ZoomForPride

Zoom for PRIDECaucus’s 20th Anniversary We are closing out this historic Pride Month with ‘Zoom for Pride‘ the on-line dance party  starting at 7:00 pm HST this Saturday, with a surprise performance.  ‘Zoom for Pride‘ supports the following non-profits representing the following counties: Kaua’i – YWCA Kaua’i: Their programs focus on women’s empowerment, racial justice, and violence prevention and intervention in response to sexual assault, domestic violence, and child abuse. We seek to eliminate family violence in all of its forms, provide treatment to those who have been traumatized by violence, and

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Pride Meeting – 20th Anniversary with ‘Zoom for Pride’

PRIDE MeetingAct 53 – Juneteenth20th AnniversaryZoom for PRIDE We found out this past week that Hawai’i is represented by the rainbow lei (pictured below) in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History‘s exhibit ‘Illegal to Be You: Gay History Beyond Stonewall’, which is dedicated to the fight for justice and equality for the LGBTQIA+ community. I gave the lei to Jerame Davis, who was with Stonewall Democrats at the time and is now the Executive Director of Pride at Work, at the 2012 Democratic National

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Happy Pride Month

Happy International Pride Month! The Stonewall (formerly the LGBT) Caucus is celebrating our 20th anniversary this month along with several LGBTQIA+ history making anniversaries like the 52nd anniversary for the Stonewall Riots to landmark Supreme Court rulings. The most recent ruling being Bostock v. Clayton County in which the Court held that Title VII (Civil Rights Act of 1964) protects employees against discrimination based on their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. When we struck out we were the 1st caucus for the Democratic Party of Hawai‘i and now there are 7

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