Family Weekend at Gay Days Anaheim


Family Equality Council partners with Gay Days Anaheim to bring even more family activities to this incredible celebration at Disneyland. Join them for a fun-filled weekend that includes many opportunities to build community and celebrate your family, all while enjoying the magic of Disneyland!  


Family Week

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Family Week is Family Equality Council’s largest annual event. In it’s 19th year, this fun-filled week will include numerous opportunities to build community among attendees and to get empowered on the issues that face our communities today. Family Week is help on iconic Cape Cod, in Provincetown, Massachusetts. From sun-up to sundown, Family Week offers […]


Can You Trust Your Neighbors?

It takes a village

By Lisa Keating Recently, I joined a book club called Beyond the Pages started by one of my friends and mentors, Destiny DeHaven. The first book we are reading is “Daring Greatly” by Brene Brown ( I have been on a journey for three years exploring trust and vulnerability personally, as parent and practice applying […]


LGBTQ Family Pride Picnic and BBQ!


C’mon down to celebrate your PRIDE at Los Angeles LGBT Center’s family-friendly picnic and BBQ! Hamburgers and hotdogs (veggie-burgers and veggie-dogs too) provided. Bring a blanket and come ready for a fun pride celebration. Festivities Include: 3rd Annual BBQ* NEW THIS YEAR! Pie Eating Contest Crafts Infant Play Area Family Raffle Family Games and More… *BBQ […]


Family Events At Los Angeles PRIDE


WeHo and Pride may not immediately scream family friendly to most, but many organizations and groups are providing a safe and family friendly atmosphere for kids of all ages to celebrate the LGBTQ community. Here’s just a few of the fun things we found: LA Pride Parade With crazy costumes, spectacular floats, and the potential […]


The Snowy Day and The Art of Ezra Jack Keats


This past weekend my family and I visited The Snowy Day and The Art of Ezra Jack Keats at the Skirball Cultural Center.  I wasn’t sure if my three young children would enjoy the exhibition –the first in the United  States for Keats, a white man who wrote stories featuring black characters during American civil rights movement — but […]


“I Don’t Want You and Daddy to Get a Divorce”


  By Lisa J. Keating Less than twenty minutes before school started Morgan asked me if his Nana told me about their conversation the night before, I said no. Suddenly he looked trapped, as if he opened a can of worms and desperately wanted to take those words back. After a few moments, the confession […]