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SSSSSSOCIAL LEADERSHIP SERIES | 1.0

   Identifying Your Passion
   Developing Presentation Skills
   Seeking Resources in the Community

SSSSSSOCIAL LEADERSHIP SERIES | 2.0

   Focusing on Your Goal
   Engaging in Real Change
   Meeting Community Leaders

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    Resourcing Community
    Sustaining Passion and Interest
    Media and Community Outreach
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PRIDE U 2020
A three year Community Initiative Program & Social Challenge, led by Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida, to
better Engage, Inform & Inspire centennials and millennials to take on leadership roles in the LGBT
community to better serve, & effect positive change for those disenfranchised and under-served. Taking
Community Resources, Mentors & Social Discussions to College Campuses, Helping to create and
expand Pride Clubs across Dade & Broward, Social Settings & wherever the need is – Informing, Engaging
& Inspiring LGBT millennials to Lead in creating a New Rainbow of Activism, Social Change & Leadership.

PRIDE U 2020 IS A TRAVELING COMMUNITY RESOURCE:
Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida, MDC Pride, TransSocial, Pridelines, Care Resource & others have a
schedule of events at Dade & Broward College & University campuses, providing resources, materials &
opportunities for involvement.

Program Director, MDC Wolfson Pride club president & UC|CU Board Member JOSE AYBAR, Program
Liaison JUNE RAVEN ROMERO,  TransSocial's MORGAN MAYFAIRE & ASHLEY MAYFAIRE, & UC|CU CEO
& president HERB SOSA will lead the team in Scheduling, Coordinating Community Resources &
Organizations, and developing Speaking Topics & Speakers throughout the year.

-        4-8 on site events will be offered per year, 2018, 2019 & 2020.

-        3 or more organizations will be present at each event, setting up a table with materials and
organization representatives, informing of their programming, resources and involvement opportunities.

-        Board mentorship positions will be available with each participating organization, allowing for a hands-
on opportunity to Effect Change, Develop Leadership & Better Understand existing resources and
remaining needs for the LGBT community of Miami-Dade.

-        Speakers & Topics will also be coordinated with each participating campus, to further inspire, initiate
dialogue, and encourage campus & community leadership within the LGBT centennials & millennials.

-        Issues addressed include but not limited to: Social services and health needs of transgender people.
Services and support for LGBTQ youth. Social & legal resources relating to Civil Rights, Equality,
Immigration, and Combating Discrimination. Engaging ALL disenfranchised communities – POC, youth,
senior faith followers, Hispanic – anyone who feels left behind by a lack of resources, community or stigma
within our own LGBT community, and ready to Step Up & Lead for a New Rainbow!
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CCCCCCOME MEET UP WITH UC|CU's PRIDE U 2020 CREW!
PRIDE U 2020
Una Iniciativa Comunitaria y Desafío Social de tres años, dirigida por Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida, para mejorar el compromiso, la información y la inspiración
de los milenios para asumir roles de liderazgo en la comunidad LGBT, y lograr un cambio positivo para los desposeídos y en necesidad de representación y voz.

Tomando los recursos de la comunidad, los mentores y las discusiones sociales a los centros de educación y universidades, Asisitr en la creación de Clubs de
Orgullo en Dade y Broward, los ajustes sociales y dondequiera que sea la necesidad - informando e inspirando milenios de LGBT para conducir en la creación de
un nuevo arco iris del activismo.
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SPONSORSHIP

TITLE SPONSOR | $ 10,000. – Exclusive

• Lead name & Logo listed on all Ads, Promos & Press Releases.
• Shared table at all Pride U 2020 events for 12 months
• Listing on website with weblink.
• 6 Social Media promos with name & logo.
• 1 banner placement opportunities at event.
• Placement of promo materials on table.
• Donation is tax deductible to the extent of the Law.


ASSOCIATE SPONSOR | $ 5,000.       
                 
• Name & Logo listed on Ads, Promos & Press Releases.                
• Shared table at 3 Pride U 2020 events for 12 months
• Listing on website with weblink.
• 4 Social Media promos with name & logo.
• Placement of promo materials on table.
• Donation is tax deductible to the extent of the Law.
PRIDE U 2020 is made possible
by the generous support of
Program Director JOSE AYBAR      Program Liaison JUNE RAVEN ROMERO      MORGAN MAYFAIRE                    ASHLEY MAYFAIRE,                         HERB SOSA
CENTENNIALS
MEET AT PROUD EXPERIENCES THE GENDER-FLUID GENERATION THAT IS CHANGING SOCIETY AND ECONOMY, AS WE KNOW IT

In a world that keeps shaping itself around Millennials, there is a younger generation that is proving to be yet again another game changer; meet Centennials,
those who were born 1997 onward and are driving a transformational demographic shift that is set to change economy as we know it.

The second edition of PROUD Experiences, the international travel trade event dedicated to LGBTQ+, will be held in New York City, from 18 to 20 June 2019, and is
set to help the travel industry build business with these generations and the wider community, understanding through specialist onsite education sessions, what
that business looks like and how to win it.

31% of Centennials identify themselves as LGBTQ+, against 20% of their Millennial counterpart (source Kantar Consulting), and over half of them (56%) said that
they knew someone who went by gender neutral pronouns such as "they" and "them, compared to 43% of people 28 to 34 – making Centennials the most tolerant
and the most fluid generation so far, which is already contributing to give same-sex couples and numerous sexual identities a huge visibility platform within media
and information.

This also means that, as Millennials move into their prime earning years and Centennials start entering the workforce, the US$200 billion estimated to be the
annual spending power of the LGBTQ+ in travel alone (UNWTO) is a number that is only destined to grow even further.
The Differences Between Centennials (Generation Z) and Millennials (Generation Y)
By Stephanie Casella

Recently, The New York Times published a couple of articles distinguishing the emerging generation as those who are born after Millennials and from the mid-to-
late-1990s and onward. While this generation is still young, there are already a small series of identifiers that divorce them from Millennials.

1. Most obviously, they are the first generation to never know life without the Internet and social media. As Generation Z arguably begins in the mid-1990s —
the earliest estimation is approximately around 1995 — and the blow-up of mobile devices and social media began in the early 2000s, this generation has never
experienced a world where technology wasn’t ever-present and all-encompassing, research was done using a card catalog and papers were handwritten, or
people waited for a parent to hang up the phone before they could use it to call a friend. We hardly recall those times now they are so far behind us, but never
having experienced them certainly molds a unique perspective.


2. At present, their sense of style is a lot more simplistic than that of Millennials. If Millennials are the generation of layering, Centennials are the generation of
basics. Check out Brandy Melville — or literally any Centennial Instagram account — for evidence of this hypothesis. Millennials embrace the classic wardrobes of
generations past, especially our affinity for timeless and antiquated fashion and sophistication (see: Anthropologie and Banana Republic). And while this isn’t
entirely untrue for Centennials, there is a strong inclination toward the simpler styles of the early 1990s and the grunge period.

Certainly, not all Millennials are well-dressed, but even the grungiest among us feel some pressure to conform to societal notions of event-appropriate fashion. For
Centennials, basics get the job done. They’re accustomed to a much less formal upbringing, what with the prevalence of Millennial upstart companies and the like,
that they value practicality above formality. It is not uncommon to see a Centennial sport a dress with sneakers, and in five-to-ten years this will probably work for
everyone.

3. They are a lot less judgmental. This is generally speaking, of course, but culturally, Centennials have not had years to internally debate morally liberalistic
versus authoritarian views, such as gay marriage, the existence of transsexuals, and female bodily autonomy, so there is a lot less debate on these issues
amongst this generation. These realities are simply accepted, just as Millennials accepted racial equality with greater ease than generations before.

4. Furthermore, they are slightly more serious than Millennials. This is, after all, the generation who only know a post-9/11 America, who see school shootings in
the media on the regular, and who probably have a much harder time cutting class than we did, especially with the relatively recent security measures that exist to
protect them. It seems this is manifesting in the form of pragmatism. They still like to have fun, but they’re less dreamy than their Millennial predecessors.

5. As we can all attest, they have very short attention spans. Another result of the Internet is that Generation Z gains and loses focus with great ease. They are
accustomed from birth to sensory overload, so naturally, the amount of time they require to filter through information is substantially decreased. This is both
beneficial and detrimental, but it certainly contrasts the status quo. Millennials are the generation of overwhelming possibilities, whereas Centennials possess a
keen and sharp ability to decide.

Are these the tell-tale marks of a Centennial? Perhaps, and honestly, it sounds like a breath of fresh air to this Millennial. I say, bring ‘em on!
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