#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.
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.
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.
NYPD: Law Enforcement Banned From NYC Pride March, 'Runs Counter To Our Shared Values Of Inclusion And Tolerance'NYC Pride is banning law enforcement from participating in its annual march. The organization says the move is to make participants feel safer. But LGBTQ officers say it only creates further divisions.
New York City Honors Pride With Virtual Conferences, Rallies And ConcertsThis year’s march was canceled, but the celebrations have continued virtually.
New Documentary Focuses On The History Of The Gay Pride FlagIn a few weeks, New York City will be covered in rainbow flags for the World Pride Parade.
'Wrong, Plain And Simple': NYPD Commissioner Apologizes For Raid That Led To Stonewall RiotsIt's the first time an NYPD commissioner has apologized for the department's actions leading up to the riots.
Online Petition Questions Gay Pride Flag In RutherfordLGBT Pride Month begins June 1 across the country. Some controversy is brewing in one New Jersey town over which type of flag will be raised.
NYC Readies To Celebrate Stonewall At 50, Gay Pride MovementNew York City is hosting the largest pride celebration in the world this summer, marking 50 years since the Stonewall riots and the birth of the modern gay rights movement. Chris Heywood, executive vice president at NYC and Company, talks about plans and promotions on NYCgo.com/WorldPride.
De Blasio: NYPD Will Be Out In Force For Gay Pride ParadeTwo weeks after 49 people were killed at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Mayor Bill de Blasio is assuring New Yorkers that Sunday's Gay Pride Parade will be safe.
NYC Pride Week: Best LGBTQ Events, Things To DoJune is National LGBT Pride Month, and New York celebrates Pride Week this June 21-28, 2015. Join the month-long party at locations all across New York City.
NYC Pride Week: Best Places To Get Last-Minute Pride OutfitsStraight, gay or in-between, here are the places to get t-shirts, accessories, or head-to-toe outfits that shout your colors to the world. After all, closets should only be for clothes, so let's go shopping and join the party.
Thousands Gather In Central Park To Kick Off Gay Pride Weekend5,000 people hit the pavement for the 5-mile run, the largest LGBT sporting even in NYC.
City Council Chair Praises Farina On Gay-Friendly Education InitiativesCity Council Education Chair Danny Dromm said Farina is on the right track after rolling out guidelines for handling transgender issues and introducing LGBT history into the curriculum.
2 Million Turn Out For Annual New York Gay Pride ParadeThrongs of marchers hoisting signs and rainbow flags made their way down Fifth Avenue, West 8th Street and Christopher Street Sunday for New York City's Gay Pride March.