For the first time, Pride March in New York has been cancelled! - GazeFeed


For the first time, Pride March in New York has been cancelled! - GazeFeed


It's been the 50th anniversary of the annual Pride March of the LGBT + community in New York City, America in June, but it has dropped due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In addition, New York Mayor Bill De Blasio also delayed another NY parade in June, including Salute to Israel and Puerto Rican Day.

He assured that the parades would still be held when the public gathering was safe.

“This year is the 50th anniversary of the Pride parade, and it's a very, very big deal. That march is such an important part of life in New York City, but this year in particular was going to be something that was a historic moment. Look, we're going to miss all three of them in June, but they will be back, and we'll find the right way to do it with all the event organizers, ”De Blasio said in a news briefing on Monday (US time).




In the meantime, Pride is thought to be online.

The international group InterPride will lead the “Global Pride” which will be held within 24 hours on June 27 and is planned worldwide.

June 1970 celebrates New York's first pride march, in recognition of last year's Stonewall uprising and the ignition of the modern LGBTQ rights movement.

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