HAPPY PRIDE! In our final installment in the Voices of Pride series, we sit down with singer-songwriter and musician, Sera Cahoone. Sera recounts her first encounter with Seattle Pride in 1999, and how that crazy day helped her feel at home in a new city, more comfortable with her identity, and introduced her to people she still …
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Happy Pride Weekend, everyone! We were so psyched to sit down with queer filmmaker Danny Tayara, who is also one of the programming dynamos over at Three Dollar Bill Cinema and Reel Queer Youth. Danny talks about why she feels lucky to live and work in Seattle, her “queer bubble,” and how Seattle Pride helps her continue to connect …
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Pride Weekend is almost here! What a better way to celebrate than talking with Zachary Pullin about how important Seattle Pride was to him as he came of age, and the responsibility we all share to connect communities and maintain forward momentum.
Thank you, Zachary, for being so open with your experience. Thanks also to our beautiful friends at Kontent Partners for helping us share Zachary’s story.
Did you know that the US zip code that is home to the largest number of transgender people is right here in Seattle? Marsha Botzer, who co-founded the Ingersoll Gender Center, explains why Seattle is such a beacon for the trans community, and encourages us to unite with other groups in the continued fight for equality.
Thank you so much to Marsha for sharing her positive energy with us, as well as to Kontent Partners for making this video series possible. If you like the series, please share it with friends, and come back later this week for another edition!
With the unique perspective of someone who has grown up outside the United States, photographer Rafael Soldi has a particular appreciation of pride events and reminds us not to take them for granted.
Thanks to Rafael for sitting down with us and our friends at Kontent Partners for this series, Voices of Pride.
If you love Aleksa Manila as much as we do, then you’ll love hearing from her in the latest edition of our ongoing series, Voices of Pride. She talks about her role at Seattle Counseling Service, and how Pride has helped her grow and find her voice.
Thank you so much, Aleksa, for sharing your story with us. And thanks also to Kontent Partners for helping our Voices of Pride be heard!
Come along with us for another episode of Voices of Pride. Today we hear from Jason Plourde, executive director at Three Dollar Bill Cinema, about Pride’s role in changing public attitudes, and how we should be reminded of our activist roots.
As always, thank you to Kontent Partners for making this series possible, and thanks to Jason for chatting with us!
Seattle Pride’s president Eric Bennett thinks our city’s pride event is so very special, and we think he’s right!
The Voices of Pride video series wouldn’t be possible without the time, talent and generosity of our friends over at Kontent Partners. Thank you!
We are besides ourselves with joy! Come to the Seattle Pride Picnic this Saturday at Volunteer Park, and you’ll be treated to the sweet sounds of S. [vimeo id=”75717882″]
Woohoo! More amazing local talent will grace the Volunteer Park stage as part of this year’s Pride Picnic. We hope you’ll join us for Pony Time! [vimeo id=”57392198″]