Q: Who is organizing the event?
A: This is not an organized event. There is no organizer behind it. This event is only for spreading the word that a rally (a verb meaning to come together) can happen in the name of LGBTQIA support on June 11th.
Q. Is this a rally or a march?
A. This event is an unorganized/non permitted rally on the sidewalks near Ilus David Park and in front of City Hall.
The First Amendment bars government from requiring a permit when one person or a small group protest in a park, or when a group of any size protest on a public sidewalk in a manner that does not burden pedestrian or vehicle traffic.
If the rally does not meet requirement for a non-permit event (more than a small group or it burdens traffic) then the First Amendment does not excuse the absence of a permit, and protesters without a permit might be arrested or prosecuted.
Q: Where is the rally?
A: The sidewalks near Ilus David Park and in front of City Hall in a manner that does not burden pedestrian or vehicle traffic.
Q: What will happen at the rally?
A: That's up to the people who attend the rally. This is not an organized event. There is no agenda. The purpose of the rally is to come together and show support of the LGBTQIA community. You can show support by making signs, t-shirts, talking with people, or just by being there. But again, this is not an organized event.