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Pride Month

Pride Month was created as a result of the famous Stonewall Riots. The Stonewall Riots, also known as the Stonewall Uprising, took place on the 28th of June, 1969. This was a turning point for the LGBT+ community and is a pivotal part of its history.

The community risked their lives to fight for the basic fundamental rights and livelihood of the LGBT+ community, inspiring change ever since and changing the world for better. 

This is the month to fight the bigotry and hatred that exists in our society towards the LGBT+ community. Pride Month exists to celebrate the strength and diversity of the community.

There are many different ways you can get involved, whether you are a part of the LGBT+ community or an ally. This includes going to events and celebrations to show your active support, and further educating yourself and others on these issues and how to do your part to help make important changes.

All throughout the month there are various events and celebrations you can get involved in, be sure to keep an eye out and visit the website link attached to see more.

Check them out and get involved!


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