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The Capital Pride Alliance is accepting nominations for people who have made contributions to the LGBTQ community at the Capital Pride Honors this June.
Capital Pride has canceled the 2021 Parade and Festival due to COVID-19
Survey hopes to examine financial impact of Pride during celebrations prior to 2020
Proceeds from event will benefit Capital Pride Alliance, The DC Center for the LGBT Community, and other partner organizations
The Capital Pride Alliance outlines its steps as it opens a new chapter on the meaning of Pride to the LGBTQ+ community.
Proceeds from registration fee will benefit participating Pride nonprofit organizations
June 15 event will explain how "defund" strategy works and offer advice on responding to D.C.'s proposed funding increase for MPD
Organizers reaffirm support for Black Lives Matter and promise to fight against systemic racism and oppression
Several events will take place virtually or will be "retooled" to encourage social distancing
Conservative columnist attempts to dispel arguments that LGBTQ people are "particularly vulnerable" to COVID-19
L.A. Pride canceled its June events, so what of Washington, D.C's annual June celebration?
Theme celebrates the resilience of the LGBTQ community as it continues to fight for full lived equality
Bill would waive future fees for city services needed to carry out Capital Pride's annual festivities
Not even a massive disruption at Saturday's parade could stop D.C.'s LGBTQ community from enjoying Capital Pride weekend
Earline Budd, Brandon Wolf, BYU's Matt Easton, and "Pose" cast members to be honored at Pride in the nation's capital