Tag Archives: LGBT Rights

The SF LGBT Pride Committee Has Nothing to Be Proud of Over Bradley Manning

2013-04-29
Adam Richmond

Glenn Greenwald’s article in The Guardian titled “Bradley Manning is off limits at SF Gay Pride parade, but corporate sleaze is embraced” (4/27/13) has internationally publicized the cowardly decision of the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride Celebration Committee to rescind its election of political prisoner U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning as a Grand Marshal […]

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Call for a Statewide Demonstration in Sacramento: Committee to Overturn Proposition 8

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Adam Richmond

Adam Richmond We call for a massive demonstration in Sacramento to demand that the California Governor, Legislature and Supreme Court overturn Proposition 8. Based on media reports the case to overturn Proposition 8 will be heard by the Supreme Court in late March. Also toward this end, on March 25, a group of individuals organized […]

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Interview with Mariela Castro on the Future of Sex and Socialism in Cuba

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Mariela Castro is Director of the National Center for Sex Education in Cuba. She is the daughter of two prominent Cuban revolutionaries, Vilma Espín and Raúl Modesto Castro Ruz, (the brother of Fidel Castro Ruz). Raúl Modesto Castro Ruz is the President of the Cuban Council of State and the President of the Council of […]

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Massive Movement Erupts to Overturn Proposition 8

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Adam Richmond Mark Vorpahl contributed to this article. Ex-slave and Abolitionist Fredrick Douglas famously observed that power cedes nothing without struggle. The history of civil rights movements in this country also demonstrate that even the most fundamental democratic gains are temporary at best without vigilant struggle that can potentially challenge the power of the rulers […]

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