New York State Capitol
2013 E&J Day
Join the largest statewide gathering of our movement at the Empire State Pride Agenda’s annual Equality & Justice Day and show the strength of the LGBT community in our state’s capital.
Come together with members of the LGBT community and our allies from all across New York and:
- Attend workshops that educate and empower our community
- Share your personal or family story directly to legislators about the everyday realities for LGBT New Yorkers
- Make some noise at the Capitol at our big rally
- Meet hundreds of advocates, activists and allies, and add to the incredible energy that comes from being in the company of New Yorkers from Buffalo to Bay Shore committed to LGBT equal rights!
Early Bird Registration ends March 7. Secure your spot, or sponsor an advocate today! Stay tuned for updates on rally speakers, workshops and other programming.
Register online using the button below or download an individual registration form or group registration form.
Help Make Equality & Justice Day a Success!
Help send a New Yorker who could not otherwise attend with your donation to our scholarship fund.
Announcing Kye Allums!
We’re thrilled to announce that Kye Allums, the first transgender NCAA Division 1 college athlete, will be taking the stage for our rally at the Capitol.
While playing for George Washington University, Kye broke ground as the first transgender NCAA Division 1 college athlete. He’ll be joined on our rally stage by other champions addressing priorities like gender discrimination, protecting youth from dangerous practices that attempt to change who they are, building strong families and providing for the health and well-being of our community.
Help Spread the Word!
- Use the hashtag #EJDay
- Tell your friends about Equality & Justice Day on Facebook and Twitter
- Download our flyer
- Follow us on Facebook and Twitter @prideagenda for the latest updates
Call for Presentations and Workshops
We’re looking for workshop proposals regarding current issues facing the LGBT community in New York State. If interested, please complete a request for proposal (DOC)(PDF) by March 3.