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It's time for a REUNION!  3/15 @ 5:30PM PST

It has been quite a year since our last time seeing each other and we are ready to see each other again.


San Diego Pride has generously offered to host a CAPI Conference REUNION on Zoom! 


You and your organization are invited to join us to reminisce and chat about what was so great about the conference and how the year has been for everyone.
 

The CAPI Board would also love feedback as to how we can help as you plan for 2021 and beyond. 


Let's gather, giggle, and galvanize!

 

FREE to all member organizations and your Board members!

Register below.

 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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CAPI is offering renewing 2020 CAPI members a free membership extension until the end of the term 12/31/2021*

 

As we are months into 2021, our Pride member organizations have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, loss of revenue, cancellation of 2020 Pride events and postponement of our 2021 AGM CAPI Conference. 

 

CAPI wants to help as pride organizations plan for 2021, in fact we want you to go about utilizing our services without paying. It's FREE! 

 

We encourage you to take advantage of this offer. 

Click on the 2021 CAPI Membership form link to submit your application packet. Remember, it's FREE!

 

Final Deadline: 2/28/2021

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Thank you to all our Global Pride viewers, performers, speakers, volunteers, sponsors, partners and all those who have donated to the Global Pride Relief Fund. We wish you all, each and every one of you, a Happy Global Pride!

You can still support the Pride movement worldwide by donating to the Global Pride Relief Fund. Your donations will help to ensure that Pride returns in 2021.

JULY 23, 2020 - MAYOR LONDON BREED PROCLAIMS MARSHA H. LEVINE DAY IN SAN FRANCISCO

San Francisco - Many Pride organizations were planning larger celebrations this year but as the COVID-19 pandemic set in, plans were canceled or re-imagined.

San Francisco Pride’s 50th anniversary events took an abrupt pivot from the usual parade and two-day celebration attracting a million revelers, to a mostly virtual experience. More than 50,000 people tuned in to 26 hours of programming streamed through Twitch and YouTube on June 27 and 28 featuring the grand marshals and honorees, headliners.

Global Pride executive producer and past president of SF Pride Michelle Meow reported, “More than 57 million people tuned in to coverage from 113 countries submitted by 500 Pride organizations, with the support of hundreds of volunteers. In spite of limited planning time, the event was a huge success.”

 

Among those volunteers and the success of SF Pride’s 50th anniversary was Marsha Levine.

 

A name perhaps not known to many, Levine has been a Pride-organizing veteran since 1980, first serving on the Boston Lesbian/Gay Pride Committee for five years, the last three of which she served as their president. After moving to San Francisco at the end of 1985, she joined the San Francisco Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride Parade and Celebration Committee, Inc., (SF Pride), where she has since been involved continuously.

 

For 18 years, she was SF Pride’s parade manager, and at the same time was a volunteer for the organization in a variety of roles including board president and vice president. In January 2018, Levine accepted the full-time role of Community Relations.

40 consecutive years of Pride service was honored by San Francisco Mayor London Breed with the declaration, “Therefore be it resolved that I, London N. Breed, Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco, do hereby proclaim June 25, 2020, as Marsha H. Levine Day in San Francisco.” Within the proclamation was a concise history of Levine’s dedicated service to the ideals of the LGBTQ+ Pride movement.

 

Levine has the distinction of being recognized as the founder of InterPride and a co-founder of CAPI, Inc. (Consolidated Associations of Pride, Inc.) In September 2019, she was elected to serve as the newly founded United States Association of Prides (USAP) Co-President.

2020 PERSON OF THE YEAR

The Person of the Year award recognizes an individual who has positively contributed to the advancement of the LGBT movement and has gone above and beyond not only for their own pride, but for other prides and for the greater pride movement.

  • A candidate serves as a positive role model and encourages others by example.

  • Candidate’s conduct reflects CAPI’s mission (CAPI is dedicated to networking and serving as a role model in advancing the Pride of our communities.)

  • Candidate is an individual who stands out from others as an advocate and leader within the Pride community

  • Candidate goes above and beyond the normal call of duty

  • The individual nominated must be affiliated with an active CAPI member organization.

 

The Board reviews all nominations and announces the winner prior to adjourning the final day of the AGM.

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CAPI 2021
Postponed

HOPE WILL NEVER BE SILENT.

HARVEY MILK

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