JUNE 30 – RECLAIM PRIDE: QUEER LIBERATION MARCH AND RALLY – 9 AM – 2 PM
The 2019 Queer Liberation March is a people’s political march – no corporate floats, and no official police contingent in our march.
This is a truly grassroots action that will mobilize the community to address the many social and political battles that continue to be fought locally, nationally, and globally.
We recognize the powerful legacy of the Stonewall Rebellion by highlighting the most marginalized members of our community.
The Queer Liberation March kicks off June 30th at 9:30 a.m. from Sheridan Square and proceeds up Sixth Avenue to Central Park for a community-focused Rally with uplifting speakers and performers.
The March is organized by the Reclaim Pride Coalition (RPC), a growing global coalition of over 100 organizations and thousands of individuals who are reclaiming the NYC Pride March so it better represents the TBLGQIATSNBGNC+allies.
The Reclaim Pride Coalition meets every Wednesday at 7pm at The People’s Forum (320 West 37th Street). Our meetings are open to all, and are wheelchair accessible.
VOLUNTEER FOR QUEER LIBERATION MARCH AND RALLY!!
We will need a team of volunteers to make our Queer Liberation March a success. Please use this form to let us know your availability and ways that you can help.
If you have any questions about the March or Rally, you can reach us at Logistics@reclaimpridenyc.org.
For questions specifically about our commitment to access and inclusion for anyone who wants to participate as a volunteer, please email Access@reclaimpridenyc.org.
JUNE 30 – RECLAIM PRIDE: NON-MARCH FOR DISABLED PEOPLE – 9 AM – 12 PM
Christopher Street – Sheridan Square (IRT Broadway – Seventh Avenue Line)
66 Christopher St, New York, New York 10014
“We will have our second contingent of the non-march for disabled people. We will join reclaim pride, the resistance march. Not to be confused with the NYC Pride Parade, the march is all inclusive. No police, no corporations, no filter, lots of love and glitter.
“The march will go from Stonewall to Central Park, but we will be planning points along the way for shorter routes.” If you have questions, you can reach the host on the organizer’s event page.