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November 2020 SAGE Newsletter

MEET JONATHAN FOULK  (He/Him)Associate Executive DirectorJoin me in welcoming our new staff member.  Jonathan comes to us with years of experience in the LGBTQ+ community, working most previously with the Trevor Project.  He brings with him not only a vast knowledge of the community, but all the excitement and passion that we need to serve …

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Utah Pride Center honors LGBTQ+ veterans with specially designed flag

Jonathan Foulk, Utah Pride Center associate executive director, left, and intern Erin Davies raise a newly designed LGBTQ+ veterans flag at the Utah Pride Center in Salt Lake City on Veterans Day Wednesday morning. “Queer people have served this country and have not only fought for LGBTQ+ rights but for the rights of all American …

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October 2020 SAGE Newsletter

ROAD RALLY“COME OUT AND DRAG MAIN” As a way to support the center and celebrate our community, we are hosting a road rally on October 11, National Coming Out Day!  There are some details below, but visit https://utahpridecenter.org/pride-and-center/road-rally/road-rally-lets-get-started to register and get more information.  We need your help to make sure that the Utah Pride …

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Joe Redburn, ‘father’ of Utah’s LGBT Community, has died

Thursday, September 24th, 2020. Used with permission from QSaltLake Joe Redburn, the owner of several Salt lake City LGBT clubs over the years starting with the Sun Tavern in the 70s, died Tuesday at the South Salt Lake Men’s Resource Center homeless shelter. He was 82 years old. Redburn bought the Railroad Exchange Saloon on …

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SAGE Utah Special Edition April 13, 2020

“OUR CLOSE KNIT COMMUNITY” A COMMUNITY PROJECT OPPORTUNITY Our community has come together in the most amazing ways through this Covid crisis. Many online opportunities have been created, new and inventive ways to stay connected have been brought forth and people are supporting each other even without the ability to be physically together. When this …

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