Boston Pride stands with #BlackLivesMatter and other groups representing Black and Brown people as we move through Pride season and address the systemic racism, injustice and police brutality that has been inflicted on Black and Brown communities for decades.
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Boston Pride Guide Goes Digital for 2020
“We are very proud of the work that went into the digital Pride Guide as it reflects the current times that we are in, from the cover depicting recent events, to the stories about the pandemic and resources to help the community,” said Jessie DeStefano, Editor-in-Chief of the Boston Pride Guide.
The cover of the digital pride guide, created just days ago by artist Noah Grigni, who also designed the 2019 cover, reflects the turmoil across the country as a result of the recent atrocious murders of Black and Brown people at the hands of police officers in so many places across this country. Boston Pride Guide’s digital version includes stories on how the LGBTQ community has been affected by the COVID-19 crisis access to healthcare, recipes from a local chef, visual art, and more.
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Allies are CRUCIAL in movements for social change.
This is a guide for all people who want to address forms of social injustices that they do not experience.
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6/10 – updated with Anti-Racism links
A comprehensive list of resources
for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer community in the New England area.
Virtual roundtable discussion focusing on the 50th anniversary of Boston Pride
The Pridecast features an interview with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, the first openly gay person elected to become a state attorney general, about how the LGBTQ+ community is handling this time of crisis due to COVID19. The Pridecast also includes a virtual roundtable discussion focusing on the 50th anniversary of Boston Pride – and reflecting on the current issues facing communities of color within the LGBTQ+ community with panelists Boston Pride President Linda Demarco; Judah Dorrington, former Chairperson of Black Pride New England; Mark Krone of the History Project; and Grace Sterling Stowell, executive director of BAGLY.
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