Incredible things happen when you foster pride 365 days a year.

The First Pride March
1970, one year after Stonewall.
A place for community
The Center is a safe space for support, celebration and organizing.
A place for history
The Center's archive documents and preserves LGBT history.
A place for progress
The Center marches forward.

The Center under renovation in 1998.

 A place for pride
The Center supports and celebrates our community.

"When I came to The Center I met a trans person for the first time, and a lot of my trans friends are my heroes because they live their truth every day and it's so incredible."

"Having pride means being able to look in the mirror and be completely ok."

"I am very involved in Center youth because I want to be the person to give youth that are not able to speak for themselves that voice. I want other youth to follow in my footsteps and know that their voice matters."

A place for you
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