Senator Sarah McBride (she/her)

Headshot of Senator Sarah McBride

Raised in Wilmington in the First Senate District, she has been involved in community advocacy for most of her life, including working for former Governor Jack Markell, the late Attorney General Beau Biden, and as a White House intern during the Obama Administration. Most recently, she served as a spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest LGBTQ equal rights organization.

McBride has taught public policy at the University of Delaware and is the author of the 2018 memoir, “Tomorrow Will Be Different.”

For her work and advocacy, former Gov. Markell awarded McBride the Order of the First State, making her one of the youngest Delawareans granted the state’s highest civilian honor. When McBride was elected in Novembre 2020, she became the first openly transgender state senator in American history. As a state senator, McBride has passed legislation expanding access to health care, requiring mental health and media literacy education in public schools, promoting green technologies, and protecting workers and families. In just her first term, McBride passed the landmark Healthy Delaware Families Act, providing paid family and medical leave to workers throughout the First State and marking the largest expansion of Delaware’s social safety net in decades

Reconnaissance du pays

La Sydney WorldPride se déroulera sur les terres des peuples Gadigal, Cammeraygal, Bidjigal, Darug, Dharawal qui sont les gardiens traditionnels du bassin de Sydney.

Nous rendons hommage à leurs aînés, passés et présents. La terre autochtone a toujours été et sera toujours une terre autochtone.

Les aborigènes et les insulaires du détroit de Torres sont issus de nombreux clans et communautés différents à travers l'Australie. En 2023, ils se rassembleront pour faire la fête avec la communauté LGBTQIA+ mondiale.