For immediate release:
First Openly Gay Man and Filipino American Mayor of City of El Cerrito
EL CERRITO, CA December 21, 2017: The Lambda Democratic Club of Contra Costa County and the East Bay Stonewall Democratic Club congratulate Councilmember Gabriel Quinto on being selected as 2018’s mayor during the reorganization of the city council. Gabriel Quinto is El Cerrito’s first Filipino American and openly gay man mayor as well as the third mayor of color in its 100 year history. Gabriel Quinto has been a member of the Lambda Democratic Club of Contra Costa County since its inception, and a pass board member of Stonewall Democratic Club.
“Mayor Quinto has broken many glass ceilings. Being the first to break glass ceilings is not easy, but his strong leadership has set a solid foundation for many generations to come,” said Cesar Zepeda, President of Lambda Democratic Club.
The ceremony was held on, Tuesday, December 19th at 7:00 pm at El Cerrito City Hall, 10890 San Pablo Avenue, in El Cerrito, California.
Please join us Wednesday, October 25th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, at the Rainbow Community Center (2118 Willow Pass Rd, Concord)
In addition to normal club business, we will have a special guest sharing and talking with us about our LGBTQI history and holding an election for our club’s AD14 Pre-Endorsement Caucus Delegate.*
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Lambda Democratic Club invites you to our first Courage BBQ fundraiser.
Come meet our LGBTQI elected officials in Contra Costa County and mingle with community leaders fighting for our community.
Tickets are $10
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LGBTQI Democratic Clubs of Contra Costa, Alameda, and Solano County Respond to Trump Tweets Banning Transgender Military Service
Concord, CA July 28, 2017: This week, President Trump issued several statements via Twitter banning transgender people from serving in the military. “After consultation with my generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States government will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. military,” President Trump wrote.
The Lambda Democratic Club of Contra Costa County convened a special board meeting in response to the administration’s reversal of the Obama Administration’s 2016 policy allowing transgender service members to openly serve in the military. The Lambda Democratic Club board voted unanimously to take immediate action with its membership throughout Contra Costa County to combat this reversal in policy and to advocate within the Democratic Party of Contra Costa County and the California Democratic Party, including the Veterans Caucus and the LGBT Caucus.
In a joint statement with the East Bay Stonewall Democratic Club and the Stonewall Democratic Club of Solano County, the three Bay Area Democratic clubs called on President Trump to disavow his statements and work towards promoting an inclusive military. The Bay Area clubs will be working with its membership and other local clubs, government offices, and organizations to help identify transgender service members who may need legal assistance or support services in response to this policy change.
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The Pride flag was more than a flag to many. For me it was a symbol of safety, community, love, freedom, and the ability to be myself.
Thank you Gilbert Baker for your creation. For giving us a way to show our pride, our hope, and our community.
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