Pride at SF State is a committee of faculty, staff and students that is committed to making San Francisco State University a safe and welcoming community for people of all sexualities and gender identities.
Do You Know About SF State's Safe Zone Program?
The Safe Zone is a voluntary program of trained faculty, staff, and administrators who come together to build support and a safe campus environment for people of all gender and sexual identities. Someone displaying the program symbol has completed a training concerning issues affecting students of all gender and sexual identities, and is prepared to provide resources, referrals and advocacy for anyone negatively affected by heterosexism and homophobia. Anyone seeking help can talk to and get support from a Safe Zone ally in a safe environment.
LGBTQ & Questioning Support Group
Time and Location: Tuesdays starting October 1, 2013, from 5:30 to 6:30 pm in Student Services Building Room 208
Come join our SF State LGBTQ & Questioning Support Group for those in the LGBTQQ community to receive support in a safe space on our campus. The group will be a place to discuss coming out, being out, relationships, dating, family, community, transitioning, self-acceptance, and other related issues. You can drop-in any Tuesday you feel you would like some support or come as often as you like. For more information or to join, contact Annice or Rick at (415) 338-2208.
Queer Yo Mind
Queer Yo Mind is a public conference highlighting intellectual scholarship and activism across all disciplines and historical periods. To get more information about Queer Yo Mind, visit the Queer Resource Center's Facebook page.
The Pride listserv is open to the SF State community to share information, events, announcements, etc. If you'd like to be added to the listserv, send an amil to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and email address.
Video from Honoring Our Right to Love
On Thursday, February 11, 2010, Pride at SF State hosted Honoring Our Right to Love to invite the campus community (students, staff, faculty and administrators) to speak out they (and their families) have been impacted by Proposition 8. Watch the video made from the event.