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#PrideMonth/Dallas Pride Parade

#CometPRIDE

Rainbow flag with UTD emblem in the middle. The top reads, “Happy Pride Month, UT Dallas!” and the bottom reads, “#CometPRIDE.”

June 1 marks the beginning of LGBTQ Pride Month, usually celebrated with street festivals, events and parties. The first Pride was a protest outside the Stonewall Inn in New York in 1969, led by Black transgender women.

For more information/resources visit: www.hrc.org

Programming

Image of a green and beige poster that reads “UT Dallas Pride Month” with texts explaining 2 main events to celebrate. The first event is the Dallas Pride Parade on June 5 in Fair Park from 2-4:30 pm. The second event is the Crow Museum Pride Panel on June 17th from 7-8 pm.

Pride Month 2022 Poster

2022 Pride Events Info

More info on the Dallas Pride Parade: https://dallaspride.org/alan-ross-texas-freedom-parade/

More info on the Dallas Arts District Block Party event @ Crow Museum: https://www.dallasartsdistrict.org/dallas-arts-district-pride-block-party-2022/

Dallas Arts District Pride Block Party: Volunteers Needed: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050844a9ae2ba4fe3-dallas

Self-Care

Virtual Pride Coloring Book

Celebrate #PrideMonth by coloring this fabulously-detailed inclusive Pride coloring book created by Sarah Wall from UTD Office of Communications.

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The 21 Best LGBTQ+ Books To Read For Pride Month

From recent releases to upcoming titles, here are the best LGBTQ books you should be adding to your bookshelf ASAP.

Book List

15 LGBTQ+ Movies To Celebrate Pride 2022

These LGBTQ+ movies will make you laugh, cry, and most of all, celebrate love. 

Movie List

DFW Local Resources

 

QUTD members with with banner and matching shirts.

In 1972, just three years after the Stonewall riots in New York City, a festive group of between 250 and 300 people in Dallas gathered to show their LGBT+ pride. They marched through downtown Dallas, waving signs and chanting gay rights slogans before a crowd that grew to about 3,000.Today, the Dallas Pride Parade now has over 50,000 people in attendance. UT Dallas is proud to be one of the registered floats every year.How to be a Straight Accomplice this Pride SeasonUTD Mercury Article “University students, staff, faculty gather in dallas to celebrate PRIDE”For more information on how to participate in the UT Dallas float in Dallas Pride Parade, please contact Matt Winser-Johns.

 
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