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“I think the theme rings true now more than ever,” he said.
The event features two days of festival programming on Saturday, June 25 and Sunday, June 26, with the famous Pride Parade marching along Market Street on Sunday, beginning at a.m. The parade is led by over 600 women on motorcycles, followed by about 200 groups representing businesses such as car dealer¬ ships, banks, bars, and sex shops; labor unions for teachers and ser¬ vice workers; LGBT and HIV/AIDS 4 f5pl| nonprofit organizations; local and state politicians; marching bands; religious congrega¬ tions; parent and youth groups; and many, many others.
We need to add a focus to that - and we will,” he said.
Working both sides Formerly the executive director of Emily’s List, a women’s rights group that is closely tied to the De¬ mocratic Party, Solmonese is now working both sides of the political divide.
Let us tell it in a greatly amplified way through the press,” he said.
Since starting his new job on April 11, earning an annual salary of 5,000, Solmonese said he has been putting in seven day weeks, whether in his D. office or out on the road meeting with LGBT leaders and straight allies across the nation.
I by Zak Szymanski A ll systems are go for this year’s San Francisco* LGBJ Pride Parade and Celebration, expected to attract more than 500,000 out of town visitors and up to a million revelers. Things are coming together great,” Lind- i sey Jones, Pride’s interim executive director, told the Bay Area Re- l porter.“We have a really good lineup on the stages and fantastic I grand marshals.And I’m looking forward to our wonderful | city filling with people coming to commemorate Stonewall h and doing it right here in San Francisco.” “Stand Up, Stand Out, Stand Proud” is the theme of this year’s 35th annual event, a message that is particularly timely this year, said Pride President Joey Cain.Asked about Dean’s comments that Democrats don’t support gay marriage and gay leaders should instead push for civil unions, Solmonese said, “I guess it’s all the more reason for me to meet with Howard Dean.” “There is a lot of speculation on where we should be [on gay marriage.] As a community we need to stick to our guns and try to do our best to bring people along.Our job is to educate them on the issue and of where we are,” he added.