Below is a long log of our past events with resources thrown in whenever
we become aware of them!
Sat June 6, 2009
YES WE DID!
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The Santa Cruz Dyke
Santa Cruz Dyke
March is free for everyone!
So what changed?
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Diane Patterson - 2005
2009 Line Up Featured:
- Frootie Flavors
- Beaver Fever
- Lisa Pawlak
Other Pride Events:
We only need two
more volunteers for Sunday February 28th?
Anyone available? Candace Gingrich, out
lesbian and half sister of Newt, will be in
Santa Cruz on Sunday. She's speaking at 3:00
at the Merrill Center on the UCSC campus. If
you can make it just print this out and show
Her talk is entitled "GenEQ:
Supportive and Active for LGBT Equality."
About 300 attendees are expected so good
spot to get...
signatures and the talk is free...they fight
we say fight back!
YOU ONCE AGAIN SANTA CRUZ DYKES AND ALLIES!
FOR MORE ROCKIN' EVENTS AND PARTIES.
*****Dyke March Past
Afterwards this year's Pink Party is
at 515 Cedar St. with
DJ AD spinning.
Its DYKE time! June 6th is the night before Pride
Rally at the Townclock @ 2:30pm and we will MARCH around 6:00....
Burlesque from SF
We took out a 1/2 page
advertisement in the Diversity Center's 2009
Resource Directory to
emphasize our reaction to
proposition 8 passing that will look like
IT WHAT IT IS:
of Southern Maine Department of Sociology)
Drew on this under-used concept on 11/5/08
during a consolatory phone call the day
after the election with Melissa Bernstein.
In a political movement we need to have
words to talk about what is happening in our
environment...so let's talk vocabulary.
First we called it homophobia...then
heterosexism...now let's call it what is....
heterosexual friends of mine have commented:
"wait I'm a heterpsexual but I totally voted
"No on 8" so I don't think that term fits!
To them I say "yeah, it doesn't fit for you
just like I don't call you a white
supremacist just cause you are white".
Activists here is a
camera ready version for
your local paper.
The poster to the right downloads to print to an 8.5 x11 page:
Hey now - want a gratis specialized size for your town paper?
Our ad will originally appear on page 2 of the September
version of the
Santa Cruz Good Times.
Thank you to all those who donated to fund our ad to
help spread the word. Please consider also
volunteering at your local "No on 8" campaign. For
more local Santa Cruz No on 8" info. check out:
poster is FREE! Please use it.
Put it in your window, office etc.
2 to 4pm
Thanks to those who
took the next step by
attending the Town
Hall Meeting on Marriage Equality:
For more information
on future events:
www.SantaCruzNoOn8.org or 831-427-2586.
to Grace and the good wimmin at
The 16th Annual Santa Cruz Dyke March
At the Clock Tower downtown Santa Cruz
On North Pacific Avenue and Water Street
The Annual Santa Cruz Dyke March has been happening
for 16 years on the Saturday night before Gaysbian Pride.
The purpose of Dyke March is to increase lesbian visibility and activism.
We exercise our first amendment right to gather and
without corporate sponsorship.
Thanks to all of
this year's performers and participants!
Mel ya big DYKE!
Cruz Dyke March is a kid friendly event -- but may
include sex, drugs and obscenities...
come on people...public is public!