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Join Us At Pride In NYC!

BY: Trevor News
The Trevor Project float from Pride 2022

The NYC Pride March has a long legacy of celebration and activism, starting with the first Pride March in 1970 one year after the Stonewall Uprising. This year, The Trevor Project is returning to join the march 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 25. The parade begins at noon, from 25th Street and 5th Avenue.

Billy Porter, Yasmin Benoit, AC Dumlao, Hope Giselle and Randolfe “Randy” Wicker will head this year’s celebration, with Angelica Ross returning for a third year as co-host and featured performer of the broadcast special on ABC-7!

Alongside the parade will also be PrideFest, an annual street fair in Greenwich Village featuring food, activities, live performances, and more.

Even in the face of adversity, we show up for each other. We celebrate each other and lift each other up. LGBTQ+ young people need that loud-and-proud support. Join us in celebrating our vibrant and powerful community at NYC Pride!

Find Out More: https://www.nycpride.org/

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