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Documenting Hate

Do you know what differentiates hate crimes from other types of crimes? Learn about the importance of documenting hate crimes and hate expressions, and how to expand these reporting practices into your area. Detective Suzie Walsh, SLOPD, will present a hate crime...

Stop the Bans

Join Women’s March SLO in a nationwide day of action on May 21. In partnership with groups and organizations across the US, we are calling to #StopTheBans and fight for our reproductive rights and access to quality reproductive healthcare services, which includes...

Women’s March SLO Receives an “Inspire” Award from SLO County Democratic Party

On April 13, during the annual event dinner Power to the People organized by the SLO County Democratic Party, Women's March SLO received an "Inspire" award for inspiring activists throughout San Luis Obispo County. We are grateful for this recognition! We are...

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Queer Crowd Community Dinner

May 25 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Women's March San Luis Obispo

5 Cities Hope is looking for volunteers for the inaugural Five Cities Pride celebration on June 1! 🏳️‍🌈 🏳️‍⚧Do you want to volunteer at Five Cities 1st Pride Celebration?
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Women's March San Luis Obispo

Cal Poly psychology Professor (and WMSLO #HearOurVote speaker) Jay Bettergarcia and the QCARES program have received a $519,700 grant to support the SLO ACCEPTance Project, a mental health training program in San Luis Obispo County that aims to address a long-identified need for mental health services for local lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ+) community members.Cal Poly psychology Professor Jay Bettergarcia received a $500,000 grant for an innovative LGBTQ+ mental health training program in San Luis Obispo.
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