Latest Pride News
- Boston Pride to Honor the Late Mayor Thomas M. Menino at 45th Anniversary- #WickedProud Annual Pride Parade
- Spring Open House on Wednesday, March 25th
- Boston Pride Celebrates 45th Anniversary – #WickedProud Launches “Friends of Boston Pride”
- LGBT Groups Make History at the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade
- LGBT Roller Bounce on March 26 – This event benefits Boston Pride’s programs!
Boston Pride is immensely saddened by the passing of Mayor Thomas Menino, longtime friend and tireless ally of the LGBT community. We express our heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones in this difficult time. During his twenty-year tenure at the helm of #Boston, Menino ensured that our city was a safe, fair, and inclusive place to live and to work. Boston Pride will always be grateful for his friendship and proven leadership.
Boston Pride sends its heartfelt prayers and thoughts to Mayor Menino, his wife Angela, and their families and friends while he continues to fight courageously this terrible disease. We wish to thank him for his continued support of the LGBT community, and for all he has done during his tenure at the helm of the city.
Join Boston Pride on Thursday, October 16th, 6pm at the Northeastern University Faculty Lounge, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, and honor the recipients of our 2014 Latin@ Pride Awards: Hector and Nivia Piña, Alejandra St Guillen, and Manny Sorto! More info at bostonpride.org/latinopride.
Boston, MA, October 8, 2014 – Boston Pride announced today that it will produce, publish and distribute its own official Boston Pride Guide in 2015, for the first time in its history. The LGBT organization will celebrate its 45th anniversary throughout next year, with the 45th annual Boston Pride Parade and Festival to be held on June 13th, 2015. The 2015 Boston Pride Week celebration will be held from June 5th to June 14th.
“This is an incredibly exciting new venture for Boston Pride, which will allow us to deliver high quality content and information to our community in Greater Boston and beyond” said Sylvain Bruni, President of Boston Pride. To spearhead this endeavor, Boston Pride has assembled a new team of volunteers solely dedicated to the effort, including editors, contributors, managers, and designers.
The publication will be “a full color, glossy magazine that informs the community about Boston Pride Week, that raises awareness about other programs of Boston Pride, and that provides new and advanced content to many readership groups,” according to Linda DeMarco, Vice-President of Boston Pride.
True to its mission and values, Boston Pride is seeking to involve community input regarding topics and story ideas to be featured in the publication. “This is a Pride Guide by and for the community in all its diversity, so we invite anyone interested in submitting their ideas to contact us” said Bruni.
Community members may submit their feedback through the Boston Pride website. Interested advertisers may also use the website to reserve ad space in the official Boston Pride Guide. The ad submission deadline for the publication will be April 17th, 2015. The official Boston Pride Guide is scheduled for release on May 20th, 2015.
For more information about the official Boston Pride Guide, to submit a story or to reserve advertisement space in the publication, please visit www.bostonpride.org/guide.
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