Pride Month Activities for Labor

June 8, 2018

Pride Month Activities for Labor

June is Pride Month and Labor is proud to support our LGBTQ+ family. Unions support all workers in their fight for protections on the job and in our communities. Join your labor family for one of several pride month activities:

Seattle Pride Parade:

Join Pride At Work and MLK Labor to celebrate our LGBTQ members, friends, and neighbors. Bring your banners and wear your colors. This year’s Pride Parade will be the biggest ever.

For more info, contact Mike Andrew at msand76@hotmail.com or 206-261-8110.

When: Sunday, June 24, 11 a.m.
Where: Gather at the corner of 4th Avenue & Madison Street, downtown Seattle. We are Contingent #88 (out of 200+).

HerStory: Stories of Old Lesbians:

Hosted by PSARA, Pride At Work, and the Old Lesbian Oral History Project. Features live readings and videos from the archive of more than 650 interviews with lesbians, many of them over 70. Some stories are funny, some harrowing, but all are charged with emotion and well worth hearing. FREE.

When: Friday, June 22, 2 p.m.
Where: Gay City Calamus Auditorium, 521 E Pike Street, Seattle

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