Pride Live, a social advocacy and community engagement organization for the LGBTQ+ community, today announced GRAMMY award-winning singer-songwriter and entrepreneur Christina Aguilera as the headline performer for Stonewall Day. Continue reading “Christina Aguilera To Headline Stonewall Day In NYC”
President Barack Obama addressed viewers of today’s virtual Stonewall Day event presented by LogoTV.
After noting the progress made over the past 51 years since the night of the Stonewall uprising, Obama urged Americans to get involved, raise our voices, and yes, VOTE.
The event is streaming live as I write this and it’s quite the star-studded event.
Pride Live’s Stonewall Day features appearances by President Barack Obama, Taylor Swift, Ellen DeGeneres, Cynthia Erivo, Kesha, Hayley Kiyoko, Demi Lovato, Katy Perry, Christian Siriano, George Takei and many others, presented in partnership with WarnerMedia, Nasdaq, Logo and Pride Media.
The program is raising funds for four of the many LGBTQ+ organizations that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic: Brave Space Alliance, Trans Lifeline, TransLatin@ Coalition, and The Ally Coalition.
This year’s Stonewall Day focuses on the recent events highlighting the need for fair and equal treatment under the law for all, offers support to the Black Lives Matter movement, and addresses LGBTQ+ issues including the dangerous rise of violence facing transgender women, especially Black trans women.
I’m posting Obama’s greeting for Pride Live’s Stonewall Day, plus the full event below.