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SAN DIEGO— Georgia state Congresswoman Simone Bell, the first Black lesbian to serve in the U.S. state legislature, will speak at the 11th annual San Diego Women’s Pride Brunch, Saturday July 16.

Bell has spent her entire career fighting for equality as a community organizer, including working for affordable housing, elderly issues and youth empowerment.

The San Diego Women’s Pride Brunch will kick off the Pride Parade for 150 guests at Saigon on Fifth at 9 am Saturday, July 16. The annual brunch will be raising money for the Victory Fund, a non-profit group that assists in getting LGBT officials elected to public office throughout the country.

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