CALLING ALL QUEER AND TRANS PEOPLE AND OUR ALLIES TO GATHER AND SAY:

We answer the call to BOYCOTT corporate genocide-supporting SF Pride with a queer and trans march for Palestinian liberation.

As queer people we gather to actively RESIST the corporations, institutions, and politicians who profit off of genocide, We will MARCH and lift our voices in the spirit of shared struggle with the Palestinian people.

NO PRIDE FOR SOME OF US WITHOUT LIBERATION FOR ALL OF US!

WE WILL GATHER AT 1PM ON SUNDAY, JUNE 30TH, AT MARKET AND CHURCH STREETS IN SAN FRANCISCO!

Masks, Black Clothing, and Keffiyehs Encouraged

Access Info: 

Nearest BART station is Civic Center. MUNI accessible by N-Judah and J-Church.  Both lines stop right near the meeting point.

There will be a dedicated space in the march for anyone who needs to move slowly or have distance from loud noise and music. There will be a masks required covid-conscious contingent. There will be a family contingent for this march.

Movement music from: Brass Liberation Orchestra, A Balkan Contingent and Mission Delirium

Sponsored by: Jewish Voice for Peace, Queers Undermining Israeli Terrorism!, and Brass Liberation Orchestra

ENDORSERS:

  • aroc_bayarea
  • eastbayfamilies4ceasefire
  • baaits_sf, jewishantizionistnetwork
  • bayarealabor4palestine
  • c_c_w_p
  • teachingpalestine
  • animalrights4palestine_
  • amedstudies
  • tgijusticeproject
  • flyingoverwalls
  • surjbayarea
 
 

QUIT! supports rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual and intersex people (LGBTQI), and opposes all anti-queer measures, everywhere. QUIT! has a long history of supporting international and local queer rights. But our struggle is for liberation, not equality, in this or any oppressive society. We don’t seek to be soldiers of imperialism, not in the US and not in Israel. We see all fights for liberation as our fight, and we see our fight as queers as part of all liberation struggles. We do not want to assimilate in this oppressive and unequal society, we want to radically transform it.

Our mission was, and is, to build support in the Bay Area queer communities for Palestinian liberation, to make queers and queer liberation visible and integral to the local Palestine solidarity movement, to support queer organizing in Palestine and around the Arab world, and to oppose United States colonialism, military intervention, and funding and support for Israeli colonialism. One Palestinian member articulated our primary goal this way: “When the history of Palestinian liberation is written, I want at least a footnote  to say that queers were part of the struggle.”