Our next meeting: May 21, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Location: West Hollywood Park Auditorium

Address: 647 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

Our meeting was advanced one week because of Memorial Day, which falls on our regular meeting date.

About Stonewall Democratic Club Membership Meetings

May 21, 2018 Meeting

Immigration and the LGBTQ Community

Stonewall will learn about United States immigration policy and its impact on the LGBTQ community at its May Membership Meeting with a special presentation by Jorge Gutierrez, Executive Director of Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement.

In honor of Harvey Milk Day, we will also be commemorating the accomplishments and impact of this path-making hero of the LGBTQ community.

Stonewall's May Membership Meeting will be held one week early at our old location in order to avoid a conflict with the Memorial Day Holiday.

Our next meeting: May 21, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Location: West Hollywood Park Auditorium
Address: 647 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069

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Stonewall will also be connsidering endorsements for Assembly District 54 and any other races, at the discretion of our Political Vice President.

Our program will be livestreamed on Facebook Live so if you are unable to attend, tune in via Facebook.


April 23, 2018 Meeting

Elena Popp Discusses Progressive Housing Advocacy

At Stonewall's Meeting on Monday April 23, we featured a presentation by Elena Popp, CEO & Founder of the Eviction Defense Network (EDN) that provided a progressive overview of housing at the state and local level.


View the Livestream of Elena Popp here

Elena Popp discussed the challenges facing our region where we are seeing growing inequality and homelessness and less and less affordable housing. She also discussed solutions.

"We need to have temporary shelter solutions... we need real shelters and transitional housing programs where people can stabilize before they are housed. We also need to build housing... housing that reaches the poorest of the poor."

"Solution one is build housing; solution two is work on zoning and other things that encourage the placement of affordable housing; solution three is protect tenants."


Elena Popp encouraged tenant education, promoting EDN's #oneveryfridge campaign, which ensures that tenants know their rights and are empowered to protect their access to affordable housing.

"We can stop gentrification in its tracks. All you have to do is get on social media and talk to your immediate neighbors and explain their rights and obligations to them. Protect your rights. Know your obligations."



March 25, 2018 Meeting

Chloe Hollet-Billingsley Discusses Prevention of Sexual Harassment and Discrimination

Stonewall was honored to feature special guest speaker Chloe Hollett-Billingsley and also gubernatorial candidate Amanda Renteria.


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