You're invited to march with Caribbean Equality Project at the 2019 Brooklyn Pride Parade!

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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, the Caribbean Equality Project in partnership with Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD) and Gay Caribbean will proudly participate in the 2019 Brooklyn Pride Parade to represent the growing Caribbean LGBTQ+ community in the diaspora.

This year, our goal is to continue affirming Caribbean LGBTQ+ identities under the colorfully inclusive theme: “Prideful Mosaic: LGBTQ People of the Caribbean.” This aligns with our effort to present a contingent inclusive of our Afro- and Indo-Caribbean cultural backgrounds and ancestry, as we continue advocating for full equality and PRIDEfully celebrate our diverse Caribbean heritage at World Pride in NYC.

BROOKLYN PRIDE PARADE

WHEN: Saturday, June 8, 2019 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM

WHERE: Lincoln Pl & 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217

Sign-up + Information: https://MarchWithCEP2019.eventbrite.com

Come march with us in cultural and carnival-inspired apparel, your country colors or come just as you are, as we proudly celebrate our Caribbean LGBTQ identities... PLEASE DON’T FORGET YOUR FLAGS!

Show us your pride by giving a meaningful gift to support our participation at the Queens & Brooklyn Pride Parades and NYC #WorldPride2019. We need YOU to make it all happen! Please donate & share! Click here to donate: http://bit.ly/CEP_2019PrideFundraiser

To learn more about volunteering opportunities with #TeamCEP at the Brooklyn Pride Parade, email us: info@CaribbeanEqualityProject.org, call us: 347.709.3179 or click here.

Brooklyn Pride Parade Maps & Directions:

Parade: Lincoln Place & 5th Avenue | Kick-off at 7pm.

R Train to Union St, Exit at Union St & 4th Ave SW corner, then walk 6 minutes to the location

2 or 3 Trains to Bergen St., Exit at Flatbush Ave & Bergen St, NW corner, then walk 8 minutes to the location

#BrooklynPride2019 #Stomewall50 #LivePridefully #CaribbeanEqualityProject #CaribbeanLGBTQ

To learn more about the Caribbean Equality Project & for regular updates on our work connect with us on YouTube, Twitter @CaribEquality and Facebook and Instagram at @CaribbeanEqualityProject.