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LGBTQ Pride at 50: Focus shifts amid pandemic, racial unrest

Seattle Times Thursday, 25 June 2020
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — LGBTQ Pride is turning 50 this year a little short on its signature fanfare, after the coronavirus pandemic drove it to the internet and after calls for racial equality sparked by the killing of George Floyd further overtook it. Activists and organizers are using the intersection of holiday and history in […]
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News video: Cincinnati Black Pride goes virtual because of pandemic

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Cincinnati Black Pride is virtual this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the eyes of the nation focused on racial injustice, Black Pride Members said they’re doing all they can to be seen and heard.

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