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    LA Pride Parade 2022 is Returning to Hollywood June 12

    CSW, the non-profit organization that produces LA Pride, announced that this year’s official LA Pride Parade, will take place Sunday, June 12, 2022 in Hollywood. For the the first time in 50 years the LA Pride parade is going back to its roots where the original protest march happened. The second largest Pride parade in the nation has shifted away from West Hollywood in the 50+ years since the parade became a regular occurrence.

    The West Hollywood City Council will explore its first ever WeHo Pride parade event at tonight’s regular City Council Meeting. WeHo Pride will be during the weekend of June 3-5, 2022.

    It’s not yet clear if the LA Pride parade 2022 is happening on Hollywood Boulevard. Parade route and details will be announced soon.

    Because of the onset of COVID-19 in 2020, LA Pride did not have the opportunity to celebrate the parade’s 50th anniversary. This year as the parade moves forward in its new route and location, it will be broadcast live by our longtime media partner KABC-TV/ABC7.

    “LA Pride is thrilled to come together this year to commemorate the historic anniversary at the parade’s first and original location,” said Gerald Garth, vice president of programs and initiatives. “As a mission-driven and community-centered non-profit organization, CSW recognizes that LGBTQ+ experiences of Los Angeles are broader than just one neighborhood. Considering feedback gathered since the pandemic began, we are committed to creating experiences and access to our entire community, including many of those who have been most underserved and underrepresented.

    Every year, CSW organizes its Pride Month activations and events thematically and after the two years without a parade, this year will be no exception. The commitment to equity includes a focus on generational, experiential and geographic diversity that will live beyond solely the month of June and into the year following.

    Continued Gerald: “We considered many options for the parade, both traditional and progressive. Hollywood as the original historical location for the first Los Angeles protest 50 years ago was a natural choice to honor what Pride really means and where Pride will go in the future. We are continuing to work closely with the city and community stakeholders to confirm additional details that we look forward to sharing very soon.”

    LA Pride will follow health and safety guidance as outlined by LA County health officials and the CDC. Information about route, safety, security, float capacity, and further parade and programming will be available on www.lapride.org.

    For sponsorship and talent inquiries, contact LA Pride at intheknow@lapride.org. For more information on the LA Pride Parade 2022, visit www.lapride.org.

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    TomSmart
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    11 months ago

    Something tells me CSW won’t be able to pull it off. We shall see shan’t we???

    Mike
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    11 months ago

    If my memory serves me there was a Gay parade in Hollywood in 1978 or 1979. So, it’s been less than 50 years.

    TomSmart
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    11 months ago
    Mike
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    11 months ago

    The first paragraph says: “For the first time in 50 years the LA Pride Parade is going back to its roots….” The key words being “For the first time in 50 years…”

    David
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    11 months ago

    so Weho Pride will be a cute pre-party for the main event on LA Pride weekend. Can’t wait for the LA Pride parade!

    Curtis
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    11 months ago

    So 2 Pride parades in this area on consecutive Sunday’s? Does not make sense to me.

    Mike
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    11 months ago

    Must be a lot of pride 😉

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