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Seattle Pride March
June 11, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Pride March in Washington D.C. is on June 11. Like the Women’s March the day after the inauguration, the National Pride March has spawned events throughout the country. Let’s gather and march as a community to elevate LGBTQ people, advocate for our causes, and march to show our strength. Allies welcome.
SEE BELOW FOR OUR FULL STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
(Pride Weekend Events like Capitol Hill Pride, Seattle Pride Parade, and Seattle PrideFest at Seattle Center are still happening June 24-25, 2017. This is a separate event. It’ll be just us, our non-profits, and our allies marching together)
Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce
Center for Multicultural Health
Gender Justice League
Ingersoll Gender Center
Out in Front
PFLAG Washington State Council
Seattle Area Support Groups
Seattle Counseling Service
Seattle Men’s Chorus & Seattle Women’s Chorus
Seattle Nonbinary Collective
Three Dollar Bill Cinema
U.T.O.P.I.A. Seattle (United Territories of Pacific Islanders Alliance)
Washington Won’t Discriminate
Want to sign on as a partner organization? Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Action. Community. Strength. #indivisible #strongertogether
STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
On June 11, the LGBTQ community and allies around the United States will march in solidarity for the dignity, freedom, equality, and love of all people regardless of gender, orientation, race, ability, religion, immigration status or economic circumstance.
In Seattle, we will march for all people who feel marginalized, under attack, or simply not seen, heard, or known by this administration and our fellow citizens.
In Seattle, WE STAND WITH lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, with immigrants and refugees, people of color, the homeless, women, people of all faiths and creeds, Native Americans, veterans, and all those advocating and fighting for the freedoms of all people.
In Seattle, WE STAND FOR love, equality, dignity, free speech, freedom of religion, clean water, a living wage, equal pay for equal work, truth, respect, compassion, art, and the belief that we are all created equal and deserve the right to lead healthy, safe, loving lives filled with hope, opportunity and possibility.
In Seattle, WE STAND WITH YOU and WE WANT YOU TO MARCH WITH US.
Please join as we form a coalition of all people, marching together, in love and in community for our shared democracy.
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