This Pride season, join GLAD to celebrate LGBTQ lives and march against oppression, injustice and inequality.
Rise up: Being LGBTQ is Beautiful
Resist: Oppression, Division, and Hate
Repeat: Until We Have Freedom, Equality, and Justice #forall
As we commit to resisting the normalization of hate and prejudice, we stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the most vulnerable among us – indigenous people, trans people, immigrants, Muslims, and people of color – who are continuously targeted because of their identity.
The fight for justice never ends. So long as bigotry, oppression and discrimination persist, GLAD will be here to Rise up, to Resist, and to Repeat.
We only become stronger by participating and engaging as a community. Rain or shine, we will rise up to celebrate LGBTQ visibility and advances against discrimination and toward justice across New England.
All beliefs, genders, sexualities, races, religions, abilities, ethnicities, creeds, HIV and immigration statuses are welcome!
MA Youth Pride
Join us Saturday, May 20th, for the 23rd Annual Massachusetts Youth Pride Festival!
Youth Pride is celebrating 23 years of queer youth movement in Massachusetts! Come out and join the oldest youth-led, adult-supported LGBTQ Youth Pride celebration in the country!
Boston City Hall Plaza outside of Government Center MBTA Station. Other nearby stations are State Street (blue/orange lines) and Park Street (red/green lines).
March with GLAD as we celebrate LGBTQ people’s existence, resilience and resistance to oppression and injustice.
Everyone is welcome.
Well-behaved dogs on leash also welcome.
Parade: Staging and lining-up of participants around Copley Square. Details of our official meeting locations and the full parade route will be provided closer to the event.
By T: Take the Green line to Copley.
Festival: Boston City Hall Plaza outside of Government Center MBTA Station.
By T: Take the Blue/Orange lines to State Street or the Red line to Park Street.
Check-in: 7:30am to 11:00am
Can’t make it to the parade? Visit GLAD’s booth at the Pride Festival at City Hall Plaza starting at noon. We’ll have a video challenge (with prizes!) and great GLAD swag.
BASK 2017: An LGBTQ+ People of Color Pride Picnic
Hosted by the Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC)
Join us Saturday, June 24th, for the 5th Annual BASK POC Pride Picnic!
HBGC will be putting on the 5th annual LGBTQ+ people of color Pride picnic, BASK. There will be a full day of programming with music, poetry, performance art, games, and so much more. HBGC will create a safe(r) space that centers and celebrates LGBTQ+ people of color’s existence, resilience and resistance to white power and colonialism. As well as providing entertainment, we will also provide a wealth of knowledge and resources from our sponsors.
Please bring a blanket, food, drinks, pop a squat, and stay awhile!
Saturday, June 24th from 12:00-8:00pm.
The 3rd Annual Portsmouth Pride will take place on Saturday, June 24, 2017. Join us — it’s a day full of celebration, reflection, and community-building.
This year Pride will be taking place at Puddle Dock Field at Strawberry Banke.
Check-in: 2:00pm Pride Marketplace opens
March: 3:15pm Pride March leaves Portsmouth Public Library
North Shore Pride
The 2017 North Shore Pride parade will take place on Saturday, June 24th in Salem. Join us — it’s a day full of celebration, reflection, and community-building.
This year Pride will be kicking off in front of the Post Office on Margin St., turning right on Norman St. and heading down New Derby. It will continue to Derby St. and onto Hawthorne Boulevard where it will end up on Salem Common, where the Pride festival will follow.
Parade & Festival: 12:00-5:00pm
Hartford Capital City Pride will celebrate their third annual PrideFest on Saturday, September 9th.
Pratt Street, Hartford, CT
Parade & Festival: Saturday, September 9th from 12:00-6:00pm