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Passing of Jim Campbell

Boston Pride learned with great sadness today of the passing of Jim Campbell, the President and CEO of NEAHOF, the New England Association on HIV over Fifty. Jim worked tirelessly for HIV care and prevention, especially in the aging population. We will remember his dedication and commitment to our community, which he exemplified in 2012 […]

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First Pride 2016 planning meeting next week!

The first planning meeting for Pride 2016 will be held next Tuesday, September 1st, starting at 6:30pm at the Harriet Tubman House, 566 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA 02118. A lot of positions are open on the committee, and, as always, we’re looking for a diverse set of folks to embark on the great adventure of producing […]

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Shira Banki Memorial and Solidarity Gathering on September 9th

Please join us on Wednesday, September 9th, from 6pm to 7pm, for a Memorial and Solidarity Gathering to honor the memory of Shira Banki, who was murdered at Jerusalem Pride, and to express our grief and outrage at this attack, along with the murders of Ali and Sa’ad Dawabshe who died in the attack on their […]

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Farewell to Ariel Miranda Gibbs

Updated 8/15/2015 – There will be a Celebration Of Life for Ariel Maranda Gibbs in Boston, MA on Saturday, October 3rd: Memorial Service St. John the Evangelist Church 35 Bowdoin Street Boston, MA Mercy Meal and Celebration to follow @ Club Café’s Reception Room (209 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA) — Boston Pride mourns the loss […]

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Boston Pride condemns attack on the Jerusalem Pride Parade and expresses solidarity with Israel’s LGBT community

Boston, MA – Thursday, June 30th, 2015 – Boston Pride condemns the horrific attack that occurred today at the Gay Pride Parade in Jerusalem, where participants were stabbed repeatedly by a religious extremist as the procession marched peacefully through the streets of the holy city. This tragic incident reminds us why Pride events are still […]

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