Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Aug 4: SF Gays Protest at 7 Consulates, 870 Market at Noon

Gay human rights activists in San Francisco will participate in the August 4 Global Gay Solidarity Day by staging a one-hour speak out and protest at seven foreign consulates, and all people concerned about international LGBT rights and our brothers and sisters across our planet are invited to join us.
WHAT: Global Gay Solidarity Day Action
WHEN: Saturday, August 4
TIME: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
WHERE: Flood Building, 870 Market Street (Near Powell Street BART and Muni stations)
WHY: Demand LGBT Equality Everywhere
The location was chosen because Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rice, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Peru all have consulates in the Flood Building.
Similar global LGBT solidarity actions will happen on August 3 in New York City and on August 4 in Caracas, Cologne, Mexico City, San Diego, Stockholm, Warsaw and Washington.
Please support queer global solidarity and show up at any action that is nearest you. Let's all pitch in to improve worldwide respect for the human rights protections of LGBT citizens in every country.

(Flood Building entrance)

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