Chuck Crow, The Plain Dealer. From noon to 6 p. Saturday, the fourth annual Pride in Cle will hit Public Square. The celebration kicks off Pride Month and rolls out a parade, performers, food trucks, vendors and bands.
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That's because the paraders and onlookers are our friends, our neighbors and our kin, they've paraded down major thoroughfares for 26 years, and they are not hiding or going away. The downtown parade and party were as colorful and diverse as ever, with everything from a marching band to a float touting the Gay Games here in August. Oh, and if you want mainstream, how about George Forbes as grand marshal? The former Cleveland City Council president remains one of the most powerful and recognizable figures in Greater Cleveland, and is likely to remain so as long as he lives. Saporito said no one gets to be the grand marshal these days without doing something for the gay community, and Forbes was instrumental in establishing the domestic-partner registry here in He recognizes gay issues as civil-rights issues as well, Saporito said.
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The Pride March is usually preceded by a month-long series of events organized by NGOs and organizations to inculcate awareness and support for the LGBTQ community, such as panel discussions, film screenings, and cultural performances. The Chennai Vaanavil Suyamariyadhai Perani a. Chennai Rainbow Self-Respect March is known for being inter-sectional in nature as it addresses issues with multiple axes such as caste, class, religion coupled with gender discrimination. Since , the venue has been Egmore, beginning at Rajarathinam Stadium. The Chennai Pride is the only Indian pride march whose pride march coincides with the global Pride Month, which is celebrated annually in June.
Given the current state of affairs in both Ohio and in the rest of the nation, Cleveland Pagan Pride cannot, in good conscience, hold our event and put into jeopardy, the health and welfare of all who attend our event. Since , Cleveland Pagan Pride has worked tirelessly to build one of the largest Pagan gatherings in the country. We are so proud of where the event started and how very far it has come in these past 11 years. For us, on the planning committee, it is such a joy to be of service to our Pagan community. Every year, it fills our hearts and souls with joy to see so many people come together and celebrate Pagan traditions and togetherness.