Members of our SF Pride 2017 contingent march together holdings sign that read "Blind and Proud."

SF Pride

Every day at LightHouse we’re working to redefine the way people think about blindness, and this year for San Francisco Pride we’re widening our scope to the whole disability community. For us, Pride is about reclaiming the word ‘disabled’ and joining together as a community to make it clear that disabled, whatever that means to you, is an identity to be proud of.

We’d like to extend an invitation to all disabled LGBT+ community members, their families, friends and allies to march with us as we commemorate LGBT+ heritage, celebrate LGBT+ culture and raise awareness for the needs of LGBT+ people with disabilities at this year’s San Francisco Pride in June 2019.

To start the year in solidarity with disabled women, we invite you to join the Disabled Contingent of the 2019 Women’s March Oakland on January 19, 2019! We will be one of the groups to kick off this year’s march and we hope you’ll join us and bring more visibility to disabled women.

Sign up to march, or volunteer as a guide on our Eventbrite page.

The disabled contingent at the Women's March Oakland, some standing, some sitting in wheelchairs alongside a guide dog and a variety of colorful signs.
The disabled contingent at the Women’s March Oakland, some standing, some sitting in wheelchairs alongside a guide dog and a variety of colorful signs.