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The month of June, brings millions of people around the world to march for LGBT equality.
The trailer for the highly anticipated British film 'Pride' starring Bill Nighy, Imelda Stauton and more was released today.
Over a dozen Roman Catholic parishioners marched in yesterday's Chicago pride parade in solidarity with the Chicago chapter of DignityUSA, an independent ministry for LGBT Catholics, making a bold statement for LGBT equality amidst an environment of opposition within the Church as a whole.
Yesterday, the Pulaski County Daily News caused a local stir when responding to a local's inquiry about a Pride Luncheon at Ft. Leonard Wood, a U.S. Army base in southern Missouri. The response was a rant from the paper's owner and one of the journalists, Darrell Maurina.
Yesterday, Orange is the New Black star, Laverne Cox, served as a Grand Marshal in New York City's 2014 Pride Parade, marking the 45th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, along with the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force’s Executive Director, Rea Carey, and “Frozen” star, Jonathan Groff.
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On Sunday, the iconic Pride March in New York City and its 14,000+ participants were led, in an historic first, by Boy Scouts members and leaders.
New York Liberty Women's basketball team celebrates pride tonight, just two days before NYC Pride march, the NY Liberty invites fans to celebrate diversity, pride and equality in sports.
GLAAD and George Takei, iconic actor and LGBT advocate, were present for the most successful Columbus Pride event to occur yet to date.
Just in time to celebrate Pride month, a children's book called "This Day in June" has been published to teach children (and parents) about LGBT culture and history.