Sunday, June 3rd: 2012 Queens Pride Parade & Festival

Queens Pride
Parade
37th Ave. from 84th St.-75th St., Queens
Noon
Free

Festival
75th St. & 37th Rd., Queens
11am-6pm
Free

QUEENS PRIDE promotes awareness and education among and of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning community of Queens, New York.

Our founders were provoked to organize the QUEENS PRIDE parade and festival by the murder of Julio Rivera and discrimination in our local schools.These events brought the LGBTQ community of Queens together to achieve respect, and in doing so, identified a need to take advocacy to the streets.

Our first Queens Pride march was held in 1993, and since, our parade and festival have grown tremendously. We now attract more than 40,000 spectators and are the second largest Pride celebration in the New York metropolitan area.Queens Pride continues to promote the visibility and accomplishments of the LGBTQ community and to foster acceptance by the many cultures and religions represented in our borough.

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