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Anthony Rapp: On The Pride Movement's PioneersWhat Each Generations Owes Each Other In The Pride Movement
The Stonewall Inn: Celebrating ProgressOwners Of The Iconic Birthplace Of The Pride Movements Shares Memories
Pride Celebrations Turn Violent As NYPD Clashes With Crowd In Washington Square ParkThousands gathered in Washington Square Park on Sunday as the city celebrated its annual Pride March, but the party turned tense around 7 p.m.
When This High School Valedictorian Started Giving A Speech About Being Queer, The Principal Took The MicA valedictorian from New Jersey says his high school tried to censor his graduation speech, first making him remove parts about sexuality and mental health, then cutting him off as he spoke at graduation.
#TogetherInPride: Events Galore During Busy Weekend In NYCIt was a day of Pride on Sunday in the Big Apple. After a year of no in-person events, people were in full party mode.
#TogetherInPride: NYC Pride March Returns As Mostly Virtual Event; PrideFest Street Fair BackA rainbow of colors took over city streets as the LGBTQ community celebrated Pride.
#TogetherInPride: Thousands Of Runners Participate In LGBTQ Pride Run 6K In Central ParkIt was the largest New York Road Runners race held since the pandemic, and the 40th running of the Pride event.
#TogetherInPride: Over 100 Rainbow Flags On Display At Rockefeller CenterThere are also rainbow pathways leading to stores and art displays.
Rainbow Capitalism: LGBTQ Advocates Say Companies Use Gay Pride Flag For ProfitSome LGBTQ advocates say Pride Month has turned into a corporate-branded party.
#TogetherInPride: Looking Back On 10 Years Since New York Legalized Same-Sex MarriageTen years ago, New York became the sixth and largest state to legalize same-sex marriage.
#TogetherInPride: NYPD, Gay Officers Action League Highlight Progress For LGBTQIA+ MembersOn Thursday, the NYPD and leadership from the Gay Officers Action League gave an update on new policies for LGBTQIA+ members.
#TogetherInPride: Ballroom Culture Now In The Spotlight After Starting Out Underground In New York CityBall and house culture as it came to be, according to community members, originated in New York City sometime around 1970 with African-American and Latin-American LGBTQ+ members in Harlem competing at balls for prizes and trophies.
Conservation Work Done On Gay Liberation Monument In Christopher ParkThe sculptural group by George Segal is located in Christopher Park in Greenwich Village. It commemorates the Stonewall Riots.
#TogetherInPride: Fight For Transgender Acceptance Front And Center For Gay Rights AdvocatesAdvocates say gender-neutral bathrooms and understanding pronouns are good first steps, but barely scratch the surface when it comes to real policy changes.
#TogetherInPride: New York Historical Society Photo Exhibit Details Rich History Of LGBTQ Life In Cherry GroveA small community on Fire Island has been a safe haven for members of the LGBTQ+ community for decades.
Together In Pride: LGBTQ+ Options For Family Planning And Adoption Have GrownThere have been lots of positive changes in the last few years.
Together In Pride: LGBTQIA+ Volunteer Cheerleading Team Gotham Cheer Celebrating NYC's ComebackThe nonprofit is comprised of around 30 volunteers from all kinds of dance levels who perform at charitable events across the city, from Brooklyn Pride to a family day at Battery Park.
Pride Month: NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project 'Making An Invisible History Visible'In buildings grand and non-descript, locations famous and private, there is rich LGBTQ history in just about every corner of New York City.
#TogetherInPride: Community Fighting To Make Sure LGBTQ+ Bars Survive COVID PandemicSecurity gates are down with lights off at some New York City bars, including ones for the LGBTQ+ community.
NYU Langone Workers Celebrate Pride Month On Long IslandDozens of staff members lined up in the hospital's parking lot to spell out "PRIDE" while others literally shouted from the rooftops.
LGBTQ+ Mural Vandalized In Elizabeth, N.J., But Activists Say They Will Restore It To Symbolize Subject's ResilienceRed spray paint now covers the face of two murals of the transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson in Elizabeth. CBS2 was with artist Malcolm Rolling when he saw the damage for the first time.
#TogetherInPride: Role Models In The Trans Community Offer Comfort To Young People In TransitionA Rutgers student is a source of inspiration this Pride Month.
'Hope In A Box' Program Aims To Promote LGBTQ-Inclusive Curriculums At Public SchoolsThe power of literature and storytelling can change lives. For kids, books can open a window of understanding and acceptance of LGBTQ individuals. #TogetherInPride
Progress Pride Flags Raised For First Time Ever At Rye PlaylandThe flags were raised by the Westchester County LGBTQ Advisory Board and county officials Friday.
Michaela Kennedy-Cuomo Comes Out As BisexualIn an Instagram post, the 23-year-old Brown University graduate opened up about her sexuality in honor of Pride Month.
Proud Gay Dad Of 3 From Brooklyn Amasses Over A Quarter Million Followers On TikTok With Relatable Family VideosThe family often hears from parents who appreciate the messages in the videos about compassion and empathy.
Pride Month: LGBTQ+ Community Making Inroads In Corporate America, But Knows Much More Work Must Be DonePride Month is here and in the weeks ahead, there will be events across the region -- some in person, some virtual.
Pride Month Kicks Off Worldwide After Year Of Pandemic CancelationsThe New York City Pride March was canceled last year because of the pandemic, but it's back this year on June 27.
Billy Porter Reveals He Is HIV PositiveIt's a secret now publicly shared. Billy Porter held on to it for 14 years as he rose to fame on Broadway and TV.
Demi Lovato Says They're Nonbinary, Changes Pronouns To 'They-Them'In an Twitter post, the pop singer says they don't identify as male or female.
NYC Pride Bans Corrections, Law Enforcement Officers From EventsThe group says while law enforcement is meant to provide safety, they can sometimes be threatening and dangerous to their community.
Then And Now: Reflecting On The AIDS Epidemic With Leaders Of GMHCWe are less than a week away from AIDS Walk. Three people taking part met with CBS2's Dave Carlin in Christopher Park across from the historic Stonewall Inn.