San Francisco will celebrate Pride the weekend of June 27 and 28. Libertarians will join the celebration to help commemorate a day on June 28, 1969, when members of the LGBT community said “Enough is enough.” Here is a description of that day from the San Francisco Pride website:
“In the early hours of the morning of June 28, 1969, a police raid on the Stonewall Inn in New York's Greenwich Village sparked the Stonewall riots, one of the first well-known instances of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rebellion against government-sponsored oppression of LGBT people.”
Libertarians have always stood against government-sponsored oppression of anyone and everyone.
Whatever your political affiliation, whatever your creed or color, we Libertarians ask you to stand for the idea of individual liberty – the kind of liberty that craves space to be without doing harm to anyone.
The Libertarian booth at Pride 2015 is once again represented by Outright Libertarians, and it will be located on #PNE5, that’s on the Civic Center Plaza’s north east quadrant across from the Asian Art Museum.
We would love it if you stopped by the booth to say hello, and to pick up some of our free literature, buttons and stickers deliberately designed to spread the word of liberty.