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Announcing Boston Black Pride 2017

Boston Pride is delighted to announce the 2017 lineup of events to celebrate Boston Black Pride. Events will be held between Thursday, February 9th and Monday, February 13th. For a full listing of events, check out the Black Pride calendar here.

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Nominate a Pride Theme for 2017!

Boston Pride is delighted to announce that nominations for the 2017 Pride Theme are now open. Members of the community are invited to submit candidate themes online by Monday, November 14th at 11:59pm. Boston Pride continues its tradition of community engagement and decision-making in the selection of the Pride Theme. Each year, the LGBTQ community […]

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Today: Night of Comedy at Hard Rock Cafe, 8pm

Join Black & Latin@ Pride for A NIGHT OF COMEDY Thursday, June 16th at the Hard Rock Cafe Boston featuring SHAUN BEDGOOD (host) MIGUEL PEREZ ELENA JAWITZ NONYE BROWN-WEST XAZMIN GARZA DYLAN USCHER REECE COTTON & headliner SAMPSON MCCORMICK $15 / 21+ Doors – 7pm Open Mic – 7:30-8pm Show – 8-11:30pm Mingle – 11:30pm-12am

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Today’s must read: “Our Voices”

Today, we invite you to discover “Our Voices,” a selection of poems by local queer poets of color. Experience how the various pieces by Jayy Dodd, Ifé Franklin and Jha D in the 2016 Boston Pride Guide harness the power of the spoken word. For more, head over to the Milky Way in JP tonight […]

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Sampson McCormick Headlines Night of Comedy

Don’t miss Sampson McCormick at the Black & Latin@ Pride Night of Comedy, June 16th!

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Reminder: Community Forum on Intersectionality tomorrow!

Click here to view the panelists’ biographies Click here to submit your questions Click here to map out directions

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This Saturday: Lesbians of Color Symposium (sponsored by Boston Pride)

4th Annual Lesbians of Color Symposium (LOCS) Saturday, March 19 10 AM – 3 PM $45 Harvard Law School: Wasserstein Hall 1585 Mass Ave. Cambridge, MA http://www.locscollective.org/#!2016-lesbians-of-color-symposium/kgh36 In celebration of Women’s History Month, the LOCS Collective, Inc. in collaboration with Harvard Law School LAMBDA is presenting New England’s 4th Annual Lesbians of Color Symposium (LOCS). […]

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Community Forum: Panelists Announced

We are #wickedproud to announce that Boston Pride, Black Pride, and Latin@ Pride will be hosting a Community Forum on Intersectionality on Tuesday, March 22nd at the BCYF Blackstone Community Center (50 West Brookline Street, Boston). Intersectionality refers to our overlapping social identities and how discrimination against one ultimately represents discrimination against all. Moderated by […]

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“The Same Difference” – 2nd screening announced for March 17!

Boston Pride and Boston Black Pride are pleased to announce that a second screening of “The Same Difference” will be held on Thursday, March 17th, at 6:30pm at the Kendall Square Cinema. Tickets are available online. This event is co-presented with If You Can Feel It, You Can Speak It, Island Pride, LOCS Collective, and […]

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Save the date: Community Forum on Intersectionality – March 22, 2016

We are proud to announce that Boston Pride, Black Pride, and Latin@ Pride will be hosting a Community Forum on Intersectionality on Tuesday, March 22nd at the BCYF Blackstone Community Center (50 West Brookline Street, Boston). Intersectionality refers to our overlapping social identities and how discrimination against one ultimately represents discrimination against all. The forum […]

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