Boston Pride Week 2017: June 2-11
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From our family to yours: Happy Thanksgiving!

The Boston Pride family wishes you a joyful and safe Thanksgiving celebration. We all have a lot to be thankful for. At Pride, we are very thankful for our community’s diversity and willingness to challenge the status quo, for the better of LGBT people in Boston and beyond. 2017 will be a busy year for […]

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Submit your application to the 2017 Boston Pride Community Fund

Boston Pride is inviting grassroots organizations in our community to submit their application to the 2017 Boston Pride Community Fund. Once a year, in support of our vision and mission, Boston Pride gives back monies raised during our events to non-profit organizations and groups within our community. Through the Boston Pride Community Fund, we aim […]

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Vote for the 2017 Pride Theme

Voting is now open for the selection of the 2017 Boston Pride theme! Everyone can go online and vote for their favorite theme. This year, Boston Pride received a record 79 nominations (compared to 27 last year). We thank the community very much for this high level of participation. Although it was a difficult challenge, […]

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Pissed off about the election? Don’t boo, step up!

Dear community, The stunning outcome of the presidential election has left many members of our community in shock, wondering what the future will hold for LGBT folks. Our president-elect has publicly declared that he would rescind marriage equality. Our vice-president-elect has publicly declared his opposition to equality for the LGBT community, and his support of […]

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Stunned

A message from Sylvain Bruni, president of Boston Pride, to the Boston Pride Committee – Boston, MA – 11/9/2016 Dear all, The stunning upset victory of the Republican candidate in the presidential election along with the status quo of control of both the House and the Senate by the Republican party are likely to constitute […]

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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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Save the date: Pride Fall Open House on November 3rd!

We are delighted to invite our community to Boston Pride’s Fall Open House on November 3rd, starting at 6:30pm, at the new Boston Pride office in the Seaport District (12 Channel St, Boston, MA). Join us for an evening of community and entertainment! Official inauguration of the Boston Pride Office! Parade 2016 Awards Introduction of the 2017 […]

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Join the new team!

Interested in giving back to the community? Want to make an impact? Join the new team planning the 2017 Boston Pride celebrations! Boston Pride is looking to build a team of dedicated community members from all walks of life, and to start the production of Pride events for next year. If you have experience planning […]

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Join the Boston Pride Guide Team!

Building upon the successful publication of our second annual Boston Pride Guide in 2016, we are looking for a talented and dedicated individual to join our all-volunteer editorial staff as Assistant Editor. The Assistant Editor will collaborate with the Editor-in-Chief and the Associate Editor and play an active role at all stages of the 2017 […]

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Solidarity with the people of France

Boston, Mass., July 15, 2016 – Boston Pride sends its thoughts and condolences to the families of the victims of the horrifying terrorist attack that occurred yesterday in Nice, France, during the Bastille Day fireworks. Additionally, we stand in solidarity with the various Pride organizers in the south of France who had to cancel or […]

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