What is Pride Month?
The majority of Pride events are held in June to commemorate the anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion in New York City on June 28, 1969, which most historians consider to be the birth of the modern LGBT movement.
At the time, police raids on bars catering to LGBT patrons were common, but that night, the patrons of the Stonewall Inn fought back. While historical accounts of the night vary, the violent response ignited a national firestorm of activism that brought new visibility to the struggle for LGBT equality.
-GLADD, Pride Resource Kit
This Pride Flag Redesign Represents the Diversity of the LGBTQ+ Community
"Designer Daniel Quasar's Pride flag adds black and brown stripes to the rainbow, and includes the colors of the trans flag."
"Representation matters — especially for the most marginalized communities. The six-color rainbow pride flag we know well has served to symbolize the queer community since its emergence in 1971, but the queer community has evolved over the past few decades, leading many to question whether the pride flag still caters to those most marginalized in the community, including queer people of color and trans people."
Thursday, June 2 (4:00 PM – 6:00 PM)
Wednesday, June 5 (12:00-6:00 PM)
Friday, June 10 (6:30 PM)
Saturday, June 25 (12:00-5:00 PM)