Indigo Girls Show to Benefit SONG – January 4th in ATL !

Come Celebrate 20 years of SONG and some of our favorite LYRICAL lesbian songbirds the Indigo Girls – who will be performing a benefit show in Atlanta on January 4th, 2014 !!! Click here to buy your tickets NOW!

Aloha Is Not A Task, Nor A Courtesy, It Is Kuleana: ¡Melenie Mahinamalamalama Eleneke PRESENTE! 1959 – 2013

  It is with great respect and love that SONG offers this tribute to our sister Melenie Mahinamalamalama Eleneke. It is a rare life that is guided by a personal sense of responsibility, and a true commitment to the tenants of Aloha. Melenie Mahinamalamalama Eleneke — Auntie Mel as she loved to be called – did just that. An international transgender rights activist, hula dancer and devoted auntie and sister died peacefully this month in her home in Daly City, CA. …

End of Summer Updates from SONG

From SONG’s Gaycation in June to the Rolling Out of Our Regional Campaign Work to New Staff Hires in Alabama to our Rural Organizing Work and Report – We’ve Been Busy and So Have you!

Celebrating the Dream 9: Immigration Reform and Beyond

Like many of you, we at SONG have continued following the tide of the national immigration debate as it rose to the spotlight and fell to the wayside in a matter of months. We’ve witnessed our people’s resilience in the continued push for a reform bill that would be in line with our visions for liberation and immigrant justice, a reform that would acknowledge and help stop the reality of mass deportations, mass detentions and the forced separation of countless …