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Charlotte Pride is Back

After two years of pandemic-induced lockdown and virtual streaming events to keep the spirit of Charlotte Pride alive, the celebration has returned full force, live and in-person and expected to attract a crowd of over 200,000.

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Read the annual In Focus Charlotte Issue online


Pride in Pride: Singer Daya headlines a weekend of fun

After ugly politics and a pandemic lockdown, it’s time to celebrate

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Pride’s Power 

Spiritual Reflections

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Pride Pixies Aims to Change the World Through Inclusivity

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Liz Cheney for President? Something says she’s not done with politics yet

She doesn’t need to win – she just needs to ensure that Donald Trump doesn’t

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HRC North Carolina Gala 

Charlotte event for the state honored local and national figures

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LGBTQIA+ issues are increasingly important in the national conversation about civil rights, freedom, and legislative and judiciary reform. With recent efforts to codify same-sex marriage, the introduction and passing of “Don’t Say Gay” legislation, and multiple attacks by extremist groups, the struggle for LGBTQIA+ equality is ongoing in 2022.

Panel offers participants a chance to hear and consider what equality looks like for LGBTQIA+ individuals. What is the modern LGBTQIA+ experience? How are recent and historical events impacting the community? Join the Levine Museum of the New South to address these questions in a conversation moderated by Daniel Valdez (Charlotte Pride) alongside Karen Graci (PFLAG Charlotte).

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

1900 The Plaza

Charlotte, NC

August 30

6 p.m.

OUTLOOK: Finding Solutions for LGBTQ Labor and Workplace Equality

How millennials are reshaping the workplace

A generation of LGBTQ workers are changing what it means to have gainful employment

If you are alive right now you have no doubt heard some discussion or read something about a particular generation […]

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