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National Conference

The United States Association of Prides has opened registration for our second annual and first in-person conference.  The conference will be held January 27 to 30, 2022 in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the Royal Sonesta Downtown. We are planning the conference around our members, with low registration and lodging rates.  The registration fee will cover three meals (two lunches and one dinner) and admission to all conference activities.

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As a national voice for Pride organizers, USAP is focused on supporting and helping build vibrant and strong U.S. Pride organizations through collaboration, providing access to resources, networking, helping to develop a national identity of Pride, and offer support and advocacy for its members.

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USAP is your one-stop-shop for resources, education, valuable programs, services, discounts on industry products, and most importantly - networking with your peers in the United States. Plus, with your complimentary membership in InterPride, you have access to network with our global Pride partners.  Take a moment now and join.  Remember to take advantage of our January Membership Special where all USAP Memberships are 25% off!

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A National Network

USAP is your one-stop-shop for resources, education, valuable programs, services, discounts on industry products, and most importantly - networking with your peers in the United States. Plus, with your complimentary membership in InterPride, you have access to network with our global Pride partners.

 

USAP is focused on helping to build vibrant and strong US Pride organizations through collaboration, providing access to resources, networking, helping to develop a national identity of Pride, and offer support and advocacy for its members.

 

We welcome any LGBTIA+ organization that produces Pride events for their respective community as one of its purposes or activities. Pride events may include a parade, march, rally, festival, arts festival, cultural activity, event, or activity organized for people identifying as Lesbian, Gay Men, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, and/or other emerging sexual identities.

Resources For Our Community

As members of the United States Association of Prides (USAP), we are united in our movement and we are united in our priority of ensuring the health and well-being of each other, those dear to us and of our attendees as we deal with COVID-19.

We are here to support you and we encourage all USAP members to support one another in the weeks and possibly months ahead and as this global outbreak recedes.

There are many resources available to you regarding planning and organizing mass gatherings during the COVID-19 outbreak. In addition to following guidance from your local and state officials, below are links to two guides from the World Health Organization as references, and click here for a planning tool specific to Pride organizations.

Recommendations for mass gatherings  

Guide for Public Health at mass gatherings

We are in this crisis together.

Coronavirus, COVID-19, and Considerations for People Living with HIV and LGBTQIA+ People:

Click to download PDF from Fenway Health

Mental Health & Self Care Resources:

The Trevor Project: The Trevor Project is a support group for LGBTQ & GNC youth with a 24/7 hotline: call 1-866-488-7386 or visit www.thetrevorproject.org

Food Resources:

3-1-1: is an easy-to-remember telephone number that connects you with non-emergency City services.

LGBTQ National Help Center: For more information, visit: www.glbthotline.org

National Center for Trans Equality: For more information, visit: transequality.org/covid19