In celebration of 50 Years of Queer , events throughout the year will integrate important historical and cultural themes that highlight the history of the Center and the LGBT movement at large.
Trans Pride L.A.
Join us for the annual Trans Pride L.A. festival, one of the oldest and largest trans celebrations in the country. The festivities will take place on Friday and Saturday, June 14–15.
For more information and updates about Trans Pride L.A., visit lalgbtcenter.org/transpride
Join the Center’s parade contingent at L.A. Pride 2019 on Sunday, June 9!
The Center has been selected as the Organizational Grand Marshal for this year’s L.A. Pride Parade. You won’t want to miss this special celebration and the Center’s 50th anniversary Pride marching contingent!
More information and RSVP at lalgbtcenter.org/pride
AIDS/LifeCycle is a fully supported, 7 day, 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, co-produced by and benefiting San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
June 2-8 — Learn more at aidslifecycle.org
WxW: For Women. By Women.
Visibility and community matter now more than ever. Join us for a day of fun, interactive, LBTQ-centric activities, performances, and much more! Bring yourself + friends + family – everyone is truly welcome.
Saturday, May 11
Big Queer Convo: Breaking News, Breaking Barriers
As part of a special series celebrating 50 Years of Queer, a
conversation with seasoned LGBT journalists about the coverage and representation of LGBT people in the news media from the late 1960s through today.
Wednesday, May 8
The premier food and wine event for LGBT people and their allies returns to iconic Hollywood Forever.
Saturday, April 27
Anita May Rosenstein Campus Grand Opening Community Celebration
Join us for the grand opening of the new Anita May Rosenstein Campus! Tours, entertainment, and refreshments will be provided.
Sunday, April 7
The Future is Black: Be the Revolution
Center’s community event in celebration of Black History Month.
Saturday, February 23
The New Normal: Television and the Emergence of LGBT Identities
A conversation with seasoned LGBT influencers in the entertainment industry on the portrayal of the LGBT community on television since the late 1960s.