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Cultural heritage is the expression of how a community embodies their beliefs, customs, practices, artistic expression, and significant places. It inspires community pride and awareness of local historic resources, emboldening a sense of identity and responsibility to society at large.

Cultural heritage includes both the tangible, such as a building or work of art, and the intangible, such as a dance or ritual. An example of San Francisco's tangible LGBTQ cultural heritage is the Harvey Milk Residence Castro Camera Building at 575 Castro Street. Intangible aspects of LGBTQ cultural heritage include the City's annual Pride Celebration. San Francisco Planning is working in coordination with the Office of Economic and Workforce Development and the Entertainment Commission to develop the first ever Citywide LGBTQ Cultural Heritage Strategy to help preserve and promote LGBTQ cultural heritage in San Francisco.

Beginning in January 2017, a Working Group of community members, organizations, nightlife and cultural heritage stakeholders convened to help identify important aspects of the LGBTQ cultural heritage in San Francisco and recommend strategies to help meet the LGBTQ communities’ cultural heritage needs. Your feedback is essential to this process.
 
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