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Pride month events return with new mission to uplift people of color, trans civil rights

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Pride month events return with new mission to uplift people of color, trans civil rights

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This is a news story from USA Today by Bill Keveney. Pride parades will be returning to full-scale since 2019. With the events that happened during COVID, some changes have been made in how it is celebrated. For 2022, more people of color and trans people have been added to leadership positions. Participation is also going to be more accessible for disabled and low-income as well, by making some events online for easier access. Police brutality will also be addressed due to the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020. Seattle Pride has banned police from Pride. Along with this, there is also the theme of speaking out against the anti-LGBTQ legislation that is happening across the United States.

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05/14/2022
08/02/2022

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05/19/2022
07/09/2022

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04/19/2022

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