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2017 Latinx Pride

Want to be involved? Have questions? Contact Marco Torres at mtorres@bostonpride.org.

Latinx Pride events during Boston Pride Week 2017

Thursday, June 8
8pm-1am
Latinx Pride
Black Pride
Pride@Night
If You Can Feel It, You Can Speak It
Milky Way (284 Amory St, Jamaica Plain, MA)
Friday, June 9
5pm
Latinx Pride
Black Pride
Screening: Kiki
Fenway Health (1340 Boylston St, Boston, MA)
Saturday, June 10
12noon
Latinx Pride
Latinx Pride Parade Float and Contingent
Copley Square (Boston, MA)
7-10:30pm
Latinx Pride
Black Pride
Pride@Night
PrEP for Pride Community Boat Cruise
Mass Bay Lines (60 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA)
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Sunday, June 18
2-6pm
Latinx Pride
Black Pride
FREAKNIK: A 90s themed mini-ball and cookout
Multicultural AIDS Coalition (31 Heath St, Jamaica Plain, MA)

Saturday, April 22
10pm
Latinx Pride
Noche Latina
The Alley (14 Pi Alley, Boston, MA)
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Sunday, April 23
4:30pm
Latinx Pride
Dragapalooza Paint Party
Jacque’s Cabaret (79 Broadway, Boston, MA)
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Dragapalooza Paint Party for Charity!
Hosted by Kamden T. Rage.
With special performances by Tatiana Jackson, Alexandra D’ior, Amanda Playwith, Violencia Exclamation Point and Kandi Dishe!
Do not stress if you haven’t painted since grade school, this is for beginners.
$30 – full ticket includes Paint Party and Drag Show)
Doors open at 4:30pm and painting starts at 5:00pm
$10 – show-only ticket (at the door)
Show starts at 7:00pm
This is a 21+ event
Raffles and other prizes at the event.
All proceeds benefit the Boston Latinx Pride!

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Thursday, April 27
7pm
Latinx Pride
OutSalsa
Club Café (209 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA)
OutSalsa
Thursday, June 8
8pm-1am
Latinx Pride
Black Pride
Pride@Night
If You Can Feel It, You Can Speak It
Milky Way (284 Amory St, Jamaica Plain, MA)
Saturday, June 10
12noon
Latinx Pride
Latinx Pride Parade Float and Contingent
Copley Square (Boston, MA)

SAY HELLO TO LATINX PRIDE!
Latinx Pride!

Boston, Mass., August 1, 2016 – Boston Pride announced today that it has officially renamed its Latin@ Pride program to Latinx Pride. The name change was decided at the July meeting of the organization’s Board of Directors. While the use of Latin@ was meant to reflect the inclusion of both male- (Latino) and female- (Latina) identified members of the community, Boston Pride is taking this step as an explicit expression of the program’s inclusiveness of non-binary and non-gender conforming individuals in the community. “Our commitment to diversity and inclusion must be reflected in the names of our programs. This is a deliberate message to members of our community who do not identify as male or female: this is your Pride too, and you are welcome here” said Sylvain Bruni, President of Boston Pride. In the coming weeks, Boston Pride’s website, social media presence, printed material and other communications means will be updated to reflect the change.