As it has every year since the Stonewall uprising in 1970, June marks LGBTQ+ Pride Month in the US and major cities around the country show up and show out to celebrate. New York City was no exception over the weekend as thousands hit the streets to celebrate with our chosen family after a year of being stuck inside.
With some last minute organizing, Heritage of Pride's march down 5th Avenue resumed this year. Albeit in a limited capacity, the energy was still incredible! Starting on 26th Street, the Z100 float and others made their way down 5th Avenue and in to the West Village.
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