NYC Pride is excited to bring back Youth Pride, a celebration of and for LGBTQIA+ and ally teens, as a virtual gathering in 2021. For this year’s experience, NYC Pride has partnered with youth-focused LGBT centers, organizations, and programs nationwide to present the iconic annual Youth Pride virtual event.
NYC Pride announces its Grand Marshals slated to lead the NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 27, 2021. Wilson Cruz, Ceyenne Doroshow, Menaka Guruswamy & Arundhati Katju, Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, and Aaron Philip will head this year’s celebration.
NYC Pride announces new policies to address the presence of law enforcement and NYPD at Pride events in New York. NYC Pride seeks to create safer spaces for the LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities at a time when violence against marginalized groups, specifically BIPOC and trans communities, has continued to escalate.
NYC Pride is pleased to present the Human Rights Conference in its fourth consecutive year from June 21 through June 23, and the Rally on Friday, June 25. The Human Rights Conference, NYC Pride’s annual symposium of transformative changemakers in the queer community, focuses on developing new ideas and approaches to activism and community.
NYC Pride is pleased to announce the return of its two annual LGBTQIA+ film events making their debut in the digital space. In partnership with Tribeca, the Pride Presents digital film festival experience on Friday June 18, 2021 will feature trailblazing shorts, documentaries, a feature film, and a live talk back to end the evening. Also making its return this year is Family Movie Night, back with family-filled fun for all ages.
NYC Pride announces the official theme for 2021, “The Fight Continues,” as the kick-off to this year’s events and programming. In a time of tremendous adversity for the community on many fronts, “The Fight Continues” reflects the multitude of battles we’ve been fighting as a country and as a city. With the coronavirus pandemic still ongoing, issues of police brutality, the alarming murder rate for trans POC, economic hardship, climate disasters, violent efforts to disenfranchise voters, our rights as a community being questioned at the level of the Supreme Court, and more, we are in the midst of many different fights.
NYC Pride's membership has appointed a new, diverse Executive Board comprised of eight people of color, four women, and one non-binary individual. With one of the most diverse Boards in the organization's history, the Board plans to begin its term with 90 days of research to better guide the organizations and answer the needs of the LGBTQIA+ community.
NYC Pride, the official producer of New York City’s Pride events, is proud to announce the 2020 Human Rights Conference. This virtual conversation focused on activism and issues impacting the community, will stream on Thursday, June 25 via YouTube & Facebook from 9:30am - 6:30pm EDT. The virtual conference will also include a fireside chat, featuring NYC Pride Rally co-host Ashlee Marie Preston and "Queer Eye" Jonathan Van Ness.
Laverne Cox, Mj Rodriguez, Angelica Ross, Todrick Hall, Monet x Change, Isis King, Tiq Milan, Shea Diamond, Alex Newell, and Basit among participants, June 19 - 21
NYC Pride, the organization responsible for executing LGBTQIA+ events in New York City in the month of June, announces plans for a virtual Rally on Friday, June 26, 2020, from 5pm to 8pm EDT. Streamed simultaneously on Facebook and YouTube, the event will be hosted by Ashlee Marie Preston and Brian Michael Smith. Speakers include Ceyenne Doroshow, Annie Segarra, Edafe Okporo, Leandro E. Rodriguez Ramos and many more. Partners GLAAD and The National LGBTQ Task Force will speak of the importance of LGBTQIA+ participation in the CENSUS and registering to vote in such a pivotal year.
NYC Pride, the organization responsible for executing LGBTQIA+ events in New York City in the month of June, recently partnered with The Only Productions for a 3-day virtual drag performance event on June 19-21 to kick off virtual Pride festivities! RuPaul’s Drag Race stars Jan Sport, Heidi N. Closet, Nicky Doll, Shuga Cain, Brita Filter, Milk, Honey Davenport, Jiggly Caliente, and Dusty Ray Bottoms among those set to perform. Opportunity to donate to Queens/Kings will be available each evening.
In partnership with ABC 7, NYC Pride is excited to honor Grand Marshals Dan Levy, The Ali Forney Center, Yanzi Peng and Victoria Cruz on Sunday, June 28 for a Special Pride Broadcast Event. Co-hosted by Carson Kressley, the virtual celebration will feature performances by Janelle Monae, Billy Porter, Deborah Cox, Luisa Sonza with appearances by Margaret Cho, Miss Richfield and many more!
In partnership with the City of New York, NYC Pride announces that June 2020 events will not take place as planned as a response to the ongoing COVID epidemic. Staff, volunteers, and members are diligently working to create alternative events for the remainder of the year while also continuing to focus on its Pride Gives Back grant program.
NYC Pride, the organization responsible for producing LGBTQIA+ events in New York City each June, will proceed 100% as staff work from home, the Welcome Center closes, and meetings are modified to be held virtually. Updates to come as the week's progress.
NYC Pride is excited to announce the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, performer, and producer will headline Pride Island on Saturday, June, 27 at Hudson River Park's Pier 97. Pride Island, a three-day cultural festival, will feature many fabulous performances from Friday, June 26 to Sunday, June 28. Sunday performers will be announced at a later date.
NYC Pride, the organization responsible for executing LGBTQIA+ events in New York City in the month of June, announces significant changes within the organization for the 2019-2020 season of NYC Pride.
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50, is pleased to announce the three keynote speakers scheduled to lead a pulsating dialogue during the Human Rights Conference on June 24th and 25th: Raquel Willis, Janet Mock, and Tracey “Africa” Norman.
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50, is thrilled to announce the WorldPride Mural Project initiative, in collaboration with production and curation partner, LISA Project NYC, founding partner, HSBC Bank, and major supporter, Macy’s. Both local and international artists, 50 in total, were selected to create murals within the five boroughs of New York that reflect and honor the beauty, struggle, and strides of the LGBTQIA+ community.
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50, announces its five Grand Marshals slated to lead both the 50th NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 30 2019, and this year’s commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising.
NYC Pride's WorldPride Opening Ceremony is a benefit concert for the Ali Forney Center, Immigration Equality, and SAGE.
The 2019 Pride March, which commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising, will step off at noon on Sunday, June 30th from 26th Street and 5th Avenue.
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 | Stonewall 50, is pleased to announce its first phase of talent announcements with the legendary Saturday headliner Grace Jones, along with Teyana Taylor, Pabllo Vittar, and more for Pride Island 2019.
NYC Pride, the official host of WorldPride 2019 and Stonewall 50, is thrilled to announce further details about NYC Pride’s WorldPride Closing Ceremony.
Organized by NYC Pride, this year hosts a full calendar of official LGBTQIA+ Pride events in New York City from June 14-24, 2018. With more than 2.1 million spectators in 2017, this year’s Pride schedule offers a host of events for the LGBTQIA+ community.
NYC Pride announces its four Grand Marshals slated to lead the 49th NYC Pride March on Sunday, June 24, 2018. Billie Jean King, Lambda Legal, Tyler Ford, and Kenita Placide will helm this year’s “defiantly different” demonstration of LGBTQ+ members of the community.