Trans Pride 5K

4730 Crystal Springs Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90027

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Celebrate Pride this year by supporting transgender athletes and artists across America with a 5K fun fundraiser & post run Trans Resource Exchange + Picnic!


IN-PERSON: This is an all inclusive event for all bodies and ages. Go at your own pace run/jog/walk/roll, families, and youth welcome and encouraged. All who register and run in person will receive a commemorative trans pride 5K medal. 


NOT RUNNING? Enjoy a Picnic and Trans Resource Exchange on the lawn after! A wide variety of Trans/non-binary inclusive resource booths will be open to browse - Athletic, LGBTQ+Youth Camps/orgs, Arts+Education, Health, and more! Come be in queer trans affirming community with us as we move our bodies to the tune of resistance and lift each other up by foregrounding our joy and wellbeing - what Pride is all about. We can't wait to see you there! 


VIRTUAL: Celebrate trans pride from anywhere at any time on July 7th :) Measure out a fun 5K course for you and some pals and go run and have fun and post the pics and tag @transpride5k on instagram and use the hashtag #transpride5k to uplift lgbtq joy. Virtual participants have the option to purchase a commemorative finishing sticker and/or the race t-shirt. 



When: July 7 Run/Jog/Walk/Roll starts at 9AM - Event is open from 8AM -1PM

Where: Crystal Springs Picnic Area - Pettigrew Field - Griffith Park - 4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027





During the most aggressively anti-trans year on record, transgender endurance athlete Cal Dobbs (he/they) became the first trans person to run across America as a platform to fight for the inclusion of transgender people in sports and access to gender affirming healthcare. Along the way Cal and his team raised nearly $100,000 for grassroots lgbtq groups and captured on film hundreds of trans people fighting for their lives, while finding community, and courageously resisting legislation that seeks to eradicate them in rural anti-trans towns across the Southwest and South. Their stories need to be heard.


Help us bring their stories to the public through a groundbreaking documentary that follows Cal's journey through these dangerous places housing brilliant trans communities of love and resilience. 



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