Photos from  June 3 March for Equality in Sacramento

California’s capital city hosted a March for Equality to promote love and to #ResistHate on Saturday, June 3, 2017, and joined a national movement of equality marches scheduled in cities across the U.S. during June’s LGBTQ Pride Month.

Being one of the first June Pride events in the state, Sacramento’s March for Equality served as a kickoff to Pride Month in California and Sacramento Pride weekend. See hyperlinks below to access photos.


“We’re promoting love and resisting hate. Given all the threats and challenges we, and many other communities currently face, we’re taking bold steps to Stay Loud on our civil rights and strengthen our commitment to health, justice and equality for all,” said Robbie Rodriguez, program director for Equality California.

The march was organized by a coalition rising up in the face of fear and intolerance that has swept much of the nation. The group includes a number of local community college and high school Queer-Straight Alliance clubs, the Sacramento LGBT Community Center, Equality California, Health Access California, Fathers & Families of San Joaquin, Brown Issues Sacramento, Latino Center of Art and Culture, The California Endowment, and many others. For a full list of coalition members, click here.

Click here (pre-march photos) and click here (march photos) to access all the photos of Sacramento’s March for Equality available for print, broadcast, etc. (Photo credit: The California Endowment) During the march, Equality California’s Robbie Rodriguez hosted a Facebook Live interview segment (click here), which was produced by The California Endowment.

Equality California is the nation’s largest statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization dedicated to creating a fair and just society. The group’s mission is to achieve and maintain full and lasting equality, acceptance and social justice for all people in our diverse LGBT communities, inside and outside of California. The group works to advance the health and well-being of LGBT Californians through direct healthcare service advocacy and education. Through electoral, advocacy, education and mobilization programs, we strive to create a broad and diverse alliance of LGBT people, educators, government officials, communities of color and faith, labor, business, and social justice communities to achieve their goals.

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