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Tue Jun 30 2009 (Updated 07/02/09)
6th Annual March for Transgender Pride
Tue Jun 30 2009 (Updated 07/02/09)
Transgender March Winds its Way through San Francisco's Mission District
The 6th annual Trans March took a different route than in years past, starting at Dolores Park where several thousand people gathered, and forming a march that traveled through the Mission district. The excitement was still high as the group neared the announced ending point at 26th and Valencia, where one contingent took Cesar Chavez Street continuing to an after-party at El Rio while a smaller subgroup kept on marching through the city.

This year's march marked San Francisco's sixth year since the event began in 2004 when it was first established to honor Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered in Newark, California in November of 2002.

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