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at the Harriet Tubman House 566 Columbus Ave., Boston

Drag Stars at Sea Cruise - November 30 - December 7, 2014
Official Boston Pride Guide release - May 20, 2015
45th Annual Boston Pride Week celebration - June 5-14, 2015


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Boston Pride Expresses Solidarity and Support for Minsk Pride (Belarus)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ### Boston Pride Expresses Solidarity and Support for Minsk Pride (Belarus) 9th LGBT Human Rights Forum “Minsk Pride 2013″ to be held 6-10 December, 2013 despite governmental opposition — Boston Pride calls for messages of support from the community   Boston, MA – November 4th, 2013 – Boston Pride, the local non-profit organization […]

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Latin@ Pride Awards and Pageant are coming up!

Boston Pride is delighted to invite the community to celebrate Latin@ Pride, at this Saturday’s Awards Reception and Pageant. For more info, visit the full calendar of events.   Saturday, September 21, 2013 8PM – 9:30PM – Latino@ Pride Awards Reception Location: Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W Newton St, Boston Entertainment: Mario Arévalo, Singer and Pride […]

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GLAD Answers is looking for volunteers!

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Worcester Pride 2013 is this week-end — See you there!

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Historic Supreme Court rulings today!

Boston – June 26, 2013 – With the decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as unconstitutional, the Supreme Court has affirmed that members of the LGBT community are not to be considered second class citizens in their relationships. We are grateful for the courage and hard work of those who have […]

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