Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Upcoming Pride Events in Sacramento and San Francisco

Here are some details on Out4Immigration Pride events. Help make these our best events ever by participating. We need everyone to come out this year in any/every way you can!

This Saturday, June 15 - Gina and Monica - aka as "the amazing Caprio sisters" will be running the Out4Immigration booth at Sacramento Pride. These ladies do a swell job of decorating the booth and educating our community about same-sex binationals and immigration inequality.

If you can help out, please email Gina at

We will be at Booth 23. Stop by and say "hello" and RSVP on Facebook if you plan to attend:

Meanwhile, down in San Francisco, we are gearing up for a huge turnout as we march with our allies Marriage Equality USA (MEUSA) on Sunday, June 30.

You can RSVP to march with our contingent on Sunday, June 30 at 10am on our Facebook page:

More details about contingent number and exact time to assemble will be coming soon.

We need contingent monitors. If you have never taken the training before, it's short and fun. And you get to wear a special button on parade day! So, c'mon. Check out the dates and locations of the training here:

When you complete the training, send us an email at to let us know.

Also this year - the Fabulous Dennis Veite is running our booth space at the Civic Center on Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30. We are again sharing space with MEUSA and need volunteers to do two-hour shifts.

Please let Dennis know if you can help out at this Facebook link:

Because we are all anticipating the Supreme Court's rulings on the DOMA and Prop 8 cases - and realize we may not get a decision until June 28 -- we need all hands on deck to be able to come and help disseminate important information. What will the decisions mean to same-sex binationals? What do they mean if you live in California?

It's an important Pride season to be together -- so, whether you have done this many times before or are a first-timer, come on out and let's make this year be our loudest and proudest ever.

See you there!

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