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29Dyke marches began in Los Angeles in the1970's to highlight the universal struggle for free-dom, equality and human rights. Now an annualevent and a cornerstone of LA PRIDE, the WeHoDyke March is set for Friday, June 10, at 7:30 pmand is produced by the Lesbian VisibilityCommittee of the City of West Hollywood withsupport from Christopher Street West. Beginning with a rally at the historic intersection ofSanta Monica and San Vicente boulevards in WestHollywood, the Dyke March is a community celebrationhonoring our rich lesbian history. All are invited to attendto support and encourage the amazing women in our livesand community. A very special component of the Dyke March is the pres-entation of the Etheridge Award. This important achieve-ment recognizes the impact of a woman or group withinthe lesbian community with particular impact within thepast year. The award is named for singer, songwriter, can-cer-survivor and activist Melissa Etheridge, who was alsothe inaugural recipient."The march is fun. It is great to be surrounded by somany powerful women," said Nadia Sutton, 2010 MorrisKight Lifetime Achievement Honoree. "It is nice to seethe other people coming out and supporting us too, but Ilove the vibe of all the lesbians running around and havingfun." This year, please also plan on joining us for the first-everPurple Party-a celebration of women, presented by CSW.This free community event, with music, DJ's, gourmet foodtrucks and resource fair will start immediately after theDyke March at the LA PRIDE festival grounds. DYKEMARCHDMPURPLEACELEBRATION OF WOMENPartyFriday night kicks off LAPRIDE in a luscious, lurid andlively way celebrating theladies. For the first time ever,LA PRIDE opens their gatesearly for a special one-nightonly community celebration:THE PURPLE PARTY! Payinghomage to the "L" of LGBT,join us for an evening celebrating women.Happy Hour with specially priced Bacardi beverageskick off the evening from 5-7pm alongside some of LA'smost popular food trucks. As the sun sets, the musicheats up thanks to a unique collaboration betweenLA's hottest female promoters. Dance the night awayto tunes spun by the most sought after female DJs andlive musical acts, including a very special appearanceby Grammy-winner MACY GRAY. Whether you areL,G,B, or T, or simply a community ally, come out andsupport purple and enjoy our mainstage dance pavilionlike never before.Participating DJ's Include:DJ Irma . DJ Yaya DJ Euphoric . DJ SharDJ Saratonin . DJ AmaraDJ Lisa Pittman . DJ AshaWith live performances by:Love Darling. Ilhame Paris . Macy GrayFeaturing Bacardi Happy Hour from 5-7pm and participating LA Food Trucks:Sweets Truck . Border Grill . KogiGrilled Cheese . Nom NomHosted by:Charlene Borja and Sandra VallsSpecial Appearances by the cast of Showtimes The Real L WordPresented by CHRISTOPHER STREET WEST |LA PRIDE with the kind support of community promotional partners: