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Alaska Pride Fest Theme Revealed Next Week

AND THE 2012 PRIDE FEST THEME IS…
Identity and Alaska Pride Fest to release its 2012 logo and theme next Tuesday
 
ANCHORAGE— Alaska Pride Fest , a program of Identity, and a long list of other local organizations, will unveil its 2012 logo and theme at a special event held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 336 E. Fifth Avenue.
Refreshments and snacks will be provided during this event.

The 2012 Alaska Pride Fest theme and logo will be incorporated into all of this year’s Alaska Pride Fest activities, held June 2 to 10 in Anchorage, and during the Pride Conference held in October.

“The importance of the Pride Fest theme is that it allows the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community an opportunity to celebrate the State’s diversity with the community, especially during this year’s Pride Fest festivities,” said Felix Rivera, co-chair of the Alaska Pride Fest committee.

Past themes have included Step Up, Step Out; 2010: A Pride Odyssey; The Last Queer Frontier; Out in Alaska; and Pride & Joy, to name a few.

For details on 2012 Pride Fest activities, visit Alaskapride.org
 
ALASKA PRID EFEST is sponsored each year by Identity. Identity is an umbrella organization that provides a full range of community services, including the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Anchorage, the annual Alaska Pride Conference, and the GLBT Help Line. Identity is an Alaska 501[c][3] nonprofit organization.

The Pride Fest steering committee typically includes representatives from the major GLBT groups in Anchorage: The Imperial Court of All Alaska (ICOAA), The Last Frontier Men’s Club (TLFMC), the Alaska AIDS Assistance Association (Four A’s), Parents and Friends of Gay and Lesbians (PFLAG), Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN), Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) of Anchorage, Anchorage Mpowerment Project (AMP) , Radical Arts for Women (RAW), and others.

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