Celebrate Pride with this graphic advertising New York City’s first-ever Pride March, held 50 years ago this June, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising.
Known then as the Christopher Street Liberation Day March, this incredibly brave, public event attracted thousands of participants. The annual march contributed greatly to solidifying the significance of Stonewall in LGBT history.
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EXPLORE THE HISTORY OF NYC’S PRIDE MARCH
New York City’s first ever Pride March was held on Sunday, June 28, 1970 (the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall uprising), and, much to the organizers’ surprise, attracted thousands of participants. Known at the time as the Christopher Street Liberation Day March, the route began on Washington Place and ended with a “Gay-In” in Central Park’s Sheep Meadow. Learn more >