Boise Pride 2004 KeyNote Speaker:
Barbara Gittings, (1932- ) has been a gay
activist since 1958, "when there were scarcely two hundred of us (gay
activists) in the whole United States. It was like a club--we all knew
each other." In 1958 she established the first East Coast chapter of
the first lesbian organization in the United States, the Daughters of
Bilitis (DOB), founded in 1955 in San Francisco. From 1963 to 1966
she edited THE LADDER, DOB's pioneer national magazine. She
subtitled it A LESBIAN REVIEW and introduced photo covers of gay
women, a victory over the pervasive gay invisibility of the time.
click here for
more about Barbara Gittings
The next planning session for Boise Pride '04
May 29th 2-3pm @
The Community Center 919 N. 27th St in Boise (corner of 27th and Jordan)
The last volunteer info /security training meetings
is Saturday May 29th from 3-6pm at The
Come get involved and help make Boise Pride 2004 a rousing
click here to
see the volunteer needs we still have.
Justice!: The Magazine
The Pride Magazine for 2004 is well
underway! The magazine provides an opportunity every year
to Share your perspective on the GLBT community, provoke thought, and show
off your brilliance and talent!
This year's editor, Robert McDiarmid, will showcase everything from queer
poetry, essays and short stories - and will feature the artwork of Mike Flinn.
click here for more information
about the Boise Pride 2004 Magazine
Want to re-live YFFN's Pride Celebrations?
Check out the photography of Adam Cummings in a stunning 122 photo slide show!
With all those photos, it takes a while to load but we think you'll agree it's
click here to check it out