Arte de Vivir – Voz de la Diversidad will continue to give a voice to the issues of the GLBT community on both sides of the border through expansion of this monthly Tijuana-based newspaper.
Café en Calle(project of Casa Familiar) will use their youth’s network of ties to family, friends and local businesses as a starting point to create and develop a self-sustaining, community-embedded media system
Heartland Foundation(through Project Destination) will provide community education and organizing, local news, and address progressive issues in East County and border region through East County’s first online community magazine, East County Magazine.
Street Light is reorganizing to resume publication of the newspaper to serve as both an informational and organizational tool for social and economic change with circulation to the general public through an active vendor program.
San Diego LGBT Pride Grantees
Family Health Centers of San Diego will provide transgender (TG) workshop activities to advance social justice by working to afford TG persons fair treatment and address the broader healthcare disparities transgenders experience throughout the healthcare system
Fellowship of Associated Gay Students (FAGS) will promote a Marriage Equality Event, a Safe Sex Exposition and expand outreach.
Lambda Archives ofSan Diego Funding will help support a part-time archivist who has been central in running and expanding the internship program with SDSU students, which draws more than 100 student volunteers yearly.
LGBTQ Pride Center – Associated Students, Inc. will work to expand educational resources for LGBTQ youth and young adults in North County striving to create safe, inclusive, and affirming learning environments for LGBTQ youth.
PREVENCASA, AC“Project Safe” will address the needs of a high risk group that has not been reached effectively due to the lack of available resources and the ever growing needs in the Red Light district of Tijuana (“Zona de Tolerancia”)
The Border Meetup Group will host “Border Pride/Orgullo Fronterizo” to bring people together at the U.S./Mexico border to know one another across cultural, sexual, and other societal barriers; to provide an educational opportunity; and to provide a sense of safety, validity and pride in being an LGBT person.