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Join Us At Pride In LA!

BY: Trevor News
Parade photo of people with a banner that reads "The trevor Project for Young LGBTQ Lives"
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Over 145,000 LGBTQ+ folks and allies came out to last year’s Pride Parade in Los Angeles! The Trevor Project is returning to join the parade and show our support for LGBTQ+ young people.

Supporters of The Trevor Project are invited to join us and cheer on the procession on Sunday, June 11. The parade route will be on Hollywood Blvd, Highland Ave, and Cahuenga Blvd.

Adjacent to the Parade route will be Pride Village, a free street fair featuring food, activities, live performances and more.

If you can’t be with us in person, be sure to watch the parade live on ABC7!

Find Out More: https://lapride.org/

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