To honor those who set the fight for full LGBTQ+ equality in motion, we have launched a campaign called REBEL628 - to lay the foundation that will carry on the legacy of the Stonewall Rebellion.

 

REBL628 will engage today’s generations to actively advance the Stonewall legacy via social media messaging, community service, meet-ups, and panel discussions. We will cultivate and amplify the LGBTQ+ community through an easy to follow action plan to make a positive difference in today’s world.

 

Founding Members of REBEL628:

Amber Wittington, Adam Rippon, Blossom Brown, David Cooley, Elliot Carlyle, Levi Foster

 

Founding Partners of REBEL628:

WellsFargo

 

Legacy Partners:

iHeatMedia, SAG-AFTRA, UN-GLOBE

 

 

On April 9, 2019, at The Abbey in Los Angeles, we launched REBEL628 a multi-year initiative that will empower and advance the fight for full LGBTQ+ equality across the globe.

 

The event was underwritten by Wells Fargo & SAG-AFTRA.

 

Founding members of REBEL628 include Amber Whittington, Adam Rippon, Blossom Brown, David Cooley, and Levi Jackman Foster.

 

Stonewall Inn owner Kurt Kelly and Pride Live Board President Havilah Clarke. Kurt received the REBEL628 Legacy Award.

 

Michael Ormonde, John Lake & Michael McCoy of Wells Fargo. Wells Fargo is the Founding Partner of REBEL628.

 

Duncan Crabtree Ireland, Chief Operation Officer and General Counsel, SAG-AFTRA with Pride Live Board President Havilah Clarke and David P. White – National Executive Director, SAG-AFTRA

 

Activists Shea Diamond & Blossom Brown with Pride Live Board President Havilah Clarke.