September 2021 - PRIDEFEST SHOWCASE
The Seattle Dyke March is a longstanding tradition of Pride. This year, we are thrilled to be partnering with Seattle PrideFest to showcase incredible musicians, dancers, and writers.
You can visit us at our booth on Broadway all day on Saturday, September 4th and join us that evening at the Mainstage at 6pm. Our events are all funded by donations, if you’d like to support the Seattle Dyke March please consider making a donation using the link above or via our Venmo: @SeattleDykeMarch.
The Seattle Dyke March is committed to promoting the important efforts of other organizations and groups in our community. There is so much to care about and fight for, and we ask you to join us in our support of some important groups.
Real Rent Duwamish – https://www.realrentduwamish.org/
Real Rent calls on people who live and work in Seattle to make rent payments to the Duwamish Tribe. You can do something today to stand in solidarity with First Peoples of this land by paying Real Rent. All funds go directly to Duwamish Tribal Services (DTS) to support the revival of Duwamish culture and the vitality of the Duwamish Tribe.
Planned Parenthood – www.weareplannedparenthood.org/
As of September 1, 2021, the state of Texas has enacted a new abortion restriction limiting the ability to provide abortion care in Texas beyond ~6 weeks of pregnancy, and sometimes even earlier. Planned Parenthood is fighting this law in court, and are still providing essential services to people in Texas and across the country.
Emergency Afghan Relief Fund – www.launchgood.com/WAafghanFund
The community has asked that most importantly, please donate generously to the Emergency Afghan Refugee Fund for WA State just launched by MAPS-MCRC (Muslim Community Resource Center).
World Relief Seattle – https://give.worldrelief.org/Donation
Since 1979, World Relief Seattle has been a sustainable and holistic center of compassion and practical support by offering a suite of services to meet community needs and build welcoming communities; working alongside the community to welcome refugees to Western Washington – following a philosophy of co-empowerment and listening to the community.
Afghan Health Initiative – https://afghanhealth.org/donate
Afghan Health Initiative (AHI), is a grass-roots non-profit organization founded by current and former immigrants providing culturally proficient and linguistically appropriate social support services and health promotion advocacy to low-income new refugees from Afghanistan as well as our Iraqi, Arabic-Speaking, and Somali communities in King County.
Delphine Elliott is a 17 year old singer/songwriter born and raised in Seattle, WA. Awestruck by Seattle’s famed music scene, she began songwriting at the age of 7 years old, and now has found her voice as an independent artist. Coming from a background in musical theater and vocal jazz, her songs are filled with emotional lyrics and upbeat melodies that will get stuck in your head.
Links to music: https://linktr.ee/delphineelliottmusic
|Naomi Ishisaka, Seattle Times||
Naomi Ishisaka is The Seattle Times’ assistant managing editor for diversity, inclusion and staff development. Her column on race, culture, equity and social justice appears weekly on Mondays.
Haley Graves is a black upcoming Pop Punk Artist in the PNW. She is originally from Maine but now is based in Seattle. Her debut EP “She Thinks My Pop Punk is Cringey” is up for pre-save!
Jayden Aubryn (they/them) is a 26-year-old, Black, queer, poly, enby. They’ve been dancing since they were four and are currently the Assistant Director for Drop Squad, an all levels hip hop crew in Seattle. They’re also the founder of TISE Consulting, LLC and provide social equity and mental health consulting.
An emerging indie pop artist and spoken word poet, Grae Violett considers Seattle to be their home and influence their lyrics/sound. They like to create mind bending spoken word based off of songs they’ve written, giving a contextual, in-depth view into their mind. As a Black Queer Fem, they find that softness and emotional availability is not always accessible for people with their identities, and they hope that their art can give people the freedom to express themselves however they please.
Want a chance to be on the line-up for our next show (or be featured on our VIRTUAL GALLERY)? Send us your information by filling out our google form!