June: Pride Month
LGBT Pride Month is a month, typically June, dedicated to celebration and commemoration of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) pride. Pride Month began after the Stonewall riots, a series of gay liberation protests in 1969, and has since spread outside of the United States. Modern-day Pride Month both honors the movement for LGBT rights and celebrates LGBT culture.
In this edition, we hope to share many ways in which we can all celebrate, participate and engage in conversations about Pride Month.
Everyone of us has the responsibility for ensuring our own education.
Every one of us has the responsibility for engaging others.
No exceptions. No excuses.
Learn how you can support the LGBTQ+ community!