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Updated SAGA Board Members
The current members along with pronouns are:
Em Lane – President (They/Them/Theirs)
Lanay Lindsey -Vice President (They/Them/Theirs)
Judee Squeer – Treasurer (She/Her/Hers)
Andrés Bautista (He/They)
Dante Celeiro (He/Him/His)
Violeta Dominguez (She/Her)
Lias Gallardo (They Them)
Grayce Lowe (She/Her/Hers)
Lizette Trujillo (She/Her)
Michele Walsh (She/Her)
Lizette Trujillo’s “Notes from the Motherfield LIVE” story for Kore Press Institute
performed on August 16, 2019, alongside 5 other mother storytellers. Lizette talks about her journey to becoming an advocate as a parent of a trans child. Ally is a verb!
The Southern Arizona Gender Alliance is excited to walk in this years Tucson Pride Parade. Please review the information below if you plan to walk with us, and spread the word 🏳️🌈
When: Saturday, September 28, 2019
Time: 9 am
Where: 3130 E Broadway Blvd (in the parking lot just east of the the Broadway/Country Club intersection)
Please bring water and wear sunscreen. I have included pictures of the parking lot we are meeting in to avoid any confusion, bc it is hard to see from the road. If you have further questions regarding this Saturday’s parade do not hesitate to ask on this thread or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We looking forward to celebrating with you ✊🏼🏳️🌈😍
Picture of the parking lot we are meeting at is included to avoid confusion because it is hard to see from the road.
If you have further questions regarding this Saturday’s parade do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com.
Here is the final video from our first set of Living Legends Videos
Scotty – Making a Difference
Another video from our Living Legends Video Project.
Brandon – Insight and Opportunity
SAGA and our Cochise county affiliate, Journeys, will be participating in the upcoming Bisbee pride events on June 14th and 15th. If anybody would like to attend we’d love to have you, we are looking for one or two people to help staff our booth and as many people who would like to come to walk in the parade, both are on the 15th.
If you’ve never been this is a very unique pride event. The whole of downtown old Bisbee turns into a pride festival and the whole town seems to turn out for the parade. It’s freaking awesome!!!
Here is the next video from our Living Legends Video Project
Here is the next video from our Living Legends Video Project.