PFLAG Oakland East Bay

PFLAG Oakland East Bay PFLAG Oakland East Bay is a support group for parents, friends, and family members of le***an, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. It is also a support group for le***an, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

PFLAG Oakland-East Bay provides support for parents, families and friends of the LGBTQ community as well as providing support for LGBTQ people.

09/16/2021
09/16/2021

We're #PFLAGProud to kickoff and celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth, which falls Sept. 15 – Oct. 15!

We recognize, all year as well as this month, the rich history and contributions of #LGBTQ+ and Latino people to the world. We'll continue bringing awareness on social media all month, and year 🧡🌈

09/16/2021

To all our friends observing #YomKippur we are wishing you an easy and meaningful fast 🧡🌈 #PFLAGProud

09/15/2021

Meet us at the intersection of LGBTQ+ identity and faith.✨

We are coming together with faith leaders from across the country for a conversation about LGBTQ+ federal nondiscrimination protections.

Tag someone you think would be interested in this!📍

📅 Save The Date 📅
Thursday, September 23

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Join us LIVE by marking yourself going at our #FacebookEvent here: https://fb.me/e/QWzQuGJj
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09/14/2021

Do you believe in a world where there should be #equality for everyone, everywhere, at all times? Do you want to do something to make that closer to reality? Join our #Fight4Equality and we'll make it as easy for you as possible.

Head over to pflag.org/Fight4Equality to join either #TeamTuesday or #TeamThursday 🧡💛💜❤️

09/11/2021

Understanding Gender for Family and Friends - Monday, September 13th 2021, 5-6:30 PST / 8-9:30 EST. Learn more and register today: bit.ly/ugfff

We will be covering topics including, but not limited to: what is gender, what do terms such as #transgender and #nonbinary even mean, how do I support someone in my life navigating gender, what about #pronouns and #GenderDysphoria? And so much more. We encourage you to bring your own questions as well!

This session will be recorded and all who sign-up will receive a copy of the recording a few days after the event.
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All Gender Spectrum offerings have sliding scale and no cost options. If cost is a barrier please email [email protected] for a discount code. We want all who are interested to attend!

Juliana Delgado Lopera takes us on her journey arriving in the US as an immigrant girl with a love of language and story...
09/11/2021
The Poetry of Everyday Speech | Juliana Delgado | TEDxSoMa

Juliana Delgado Lopera takes us on her journey arriving in the US as an immigrant girl with a love of language and storytelling, and learning that all English is not created equal. By way of public school and drag clubs, she comes to understand that how we approach language can confine us or free us.

Juliana Delgado Lopera takes us on her journey arriving in the US as an immigrant girl with a love of language and storytelling, and learning that all Englis...

Calling Party for the Equality Act | GLAD
09/10/2021
Calling Party for the Equality Act | GLAD

Calling Party for the Equality Act | GLAD

Make calls for the Equality Act to make sure everyone is treated with dignity and respect, no matter where they live.

09/07/2021
Alameda County's 2021 Redistricting process is underway!
09/04/2021
Shape Your Future Alameda County Redistricting 2021

Alameda County's 2021 Redistricting process is underway!

Alameda County is currently underway Redistricting the five Board of Supervisor districts. We seek your input, specifically how you identify your “Community ...

We Can Code IT teaches adults how to code, with a special emphasis on inclusion and diversity in tech.
09/04/2021
Free Intro to Code Series

We Can Code IT teaches adults how to code, with a special emphasis on inclusion and diversity in tech.

FREE Remote/Online Intro To Code Series: Learn To Code This series of 3 online evening sessions (Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings for 1 week) will teach basic web development skills with a focus on Javascript, and takes place on the following evenings in September: Zoom Online Sessions: Septe...

Resources - Transgender Law Center
09/03/2021
Resources - Transgender Law Center

Resources - Transgender Law Center

By maintaining a robust collection of resources and publications, TLC does our best to guide you through some of the more common legal challenges and questions transgender people encounter. If you can’t find an answer in our publications, our Legal Help Desk is here to respond to your questions an...

The TurnOut Youth Program gives q***r and trans youth and allies ages 14-18 a way to be involved in LGBTQ+ community bui...
09/01/2021
Youth Program — TurnOut

The TurnOut Youth Program gives q***r and trans youth and allies ages 14-18 a way to be involved in LGBTQ+ community building, activism, education, and volunteering. They meet for an hour each week via Zoom.

Y’all asked us to make a space where you could hang out outside of school, skill share, and volunteer - so here it is! 

08/31/2021

Are you LGBTQ+? Want to get paid to take brief online surveys? If you and your partner drink and are 21+ years old, you may qualify to earn up to $145. Click the link below to find out of you qualify!
http://tinyurl.com/passionstudy1

Volunteer Spotlight: André Singleton on volunteering at Oakland Black Pride — TurnOut
08/31/2021
Volunteer Spotlight: André Singleton on volunteering at Oakland Black Pride — TurnOut

Volunteer Spotlight: André Singleton on volunteering at Oakland Black Pride — TurnOut

We’re forever grateful for the opportunity to connect with so many incredible activists, organizers, artists, and more through TurnOut’s work. This June, we partnered with Oakland Black Pride on volunteer operations. We talked with André Singleton , who describes himself as a “ soul of servi

Photos from PFLAG National's post
08/23/2021

Photos from PFLAG National's post

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PFLAG Oakland-East Bay is a local chapter of PFLAG National, celebrating 45 years as the nation’s largest family and ally organization uniting people who are LGBTQ+ with families, friends, and allies.

PFLAG is committed to advancing equality through its mission of support, education, and advocacy. We meet regularly in Oakland and Berkeley, and we plan and participate in community activities furthering equality, affirmation, and respect for all people, inclusive of their sexual orientation, gender expression, and gender identity.

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Hello!!! I am reaching out as a parent of a 9 year old trans boy and as a graduate student pursuing a Master in Public Health. I need to complete an internship for my Masters program and would love to work / intern within the LGBTQ+ family. If you know of any places I can intern I would love to connect and discuss off line. I have already reached out to Gender Spectrum and Pacific Center for Human Growth with no luck. I appreciate your time. Thank you! Allyson
PLEASE SHARE!! Now that our community is opening Bristol Hospice is looking for volunteers. Become a companion and spend time with one of our patients and their family, make telephone calls or support our staff in the office. Bristol volunteers receive training and the support of our volunteer community and staff. Just one hour a week can change a life. This is a wonderful opportunity for students (age 18), veterans and anyone with a big heart. Contact Marji Peterson, Bristol Hospice Volunteer Coordinator 209-409-0091 or [email protected]
Registration is open for the 2020 MAMA BEAR HOLIDAY HUGS event. The Holiday Season can be an especially lonely and stressful time for many LGBTQ+ people who have lost support due to their LGBTQ+ status. Members of MAMA BEARS are available to send Holiday messages of love, hope and affirmation to LGBTQ+ people during the Holiday Season. LGBTQ+ people, or those who love and support them, can fill out the registration form to request a MAMA BEAR HOLIDAY HUGS message of love, hope and affirmation. Information submitted will be shared with members of Mama Bears private Facebook group. This project is limited to the United States. Here is a link to the registration form: https://forms.gle/WaeVqv63zqdTZPj2A If you have questions you can email [email protected]
Great online exhibition on the history of SF pride! https://www.glbthistory.org/labor-of-love
Position Announcement: Are you the right communications professional to join PRIDEnet’s high-energy, passionately committed, and cohesive team dedicated to LGBTQ health and liberation? Join us at PRIDEnet – the team behind The PRIDE Study! Collaborate closely with highly engaged partners, advisors, and community members seeking social justice by advancing health research, and having fun! If you’re creative, adept with in person and digital engagement, and can be patient and persistent working with multiple stakeholders, we want to hear from you. People of color and LGBTQ+ people are particularly encouraged to apply. To learn more OR to apply, visit Health Research Communications Specialist (https://stanford.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/lgbtq-health-research-communications-specialist-7454) or go to Stanford’s website: https://careersearch.stanford.edu/ (Job Posting #84062).
Hi there! We are looking for LGBTQIA+ individuals to participate in a research study to improve our current understanding of their valuable life experiences! In particular, we are interested to know more about what it’s like for LGBTQIA+ people to hide their gender identity and/or sexual orientation. Being “closeted” or “in the closet” is common among LGBTQIA+ individuals and can impact who they are, so we are also interested in how these experiences are related to current well-being. We need participants who identify broadly as LGBTQIA+, are at least 18 years old, and reside in the United States. As part of your participation, you will be asked to fill out an anonymous, online questionnaire (https://umt.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_esboO7M7McLFWtL) to tell us about your experiences. The survey should take between 25-50 minutes to complete. Your participation is completely voluntary, and you can leave the survey at any time. Those accessing the survey will have the chance to enter a drawing to win one of 10 $20 gift cards to Amazon.com! PARTICIPATE HERE: https://umt.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_esboO7M7McLFWtL Thanks so much!
Bob Minor: "There are many who can’t be as open about the syndrome as Michelle Obama. But that doesn’t mean that it isn’t there in the depths not just of women but of anyone who was taught by their culture that their race, sexual orientation, gender, economic status, able-bodiedness, etc. is somehow lesser and not the 'norm' of a culture that has thrived on oppression."
New Position! Are you the right research professional to join The PRIDE Study’s high-energy, passionately committed, and cohesive team dedicated to LGBTQ health and liberation? Collaborate closely with local and national research staff, faculty, and others seeking social justice by advancing health research (and having fun). You have sharp organizational skills, are expert at establishing and executing clinical research projects on time and on budget, can assure that high-quality ethical research is conducted, and have exquisite attention to detail. People of color and sexual and gender minority (LGBTQ+) people are particularly encouraged to apply. Apply at the Stanford Careers website: https://careersearch.stanford.edu/ Job Posting # 81616
Position Still Open! Are you the right communications professional to join PRIDEnet’s high-energy, passionately committed, and cohesive team dedicated to LGBTQ health and liberation? Collaborate closely with highly engaged partners, advisors, and community members seeking social justice by advancing health research (and having fun). You are creative and adept with in person and digital engagement as well as patient and persistent working with multiple stakeholders. People of color and sexual and gender minority (LGBTQ+) people are particularly encouraged to apply. Apply at the Stanford Careers website: https://careersearch.stanford.edu/ Job Posting # 80729
Please come support this play...with a teenage character who is LGBTQIA. These are the stories we need to support. https://www.facebook.com/2367629883459187/photos/a.2373383899550452/2393154770906698/?type=3&theater
San Leandro High School is performing She Kills Monsters...It tells the story of two sisters and shares a perspective on accepting our LGBTQIA youth. Please come see it. https://www.facebook.com/2367629883459187/photos/a.2367630476792461/2377025945852914/?type=3&theater