NYC Pride March: Visit Places in Pride History

WABC-TV is the NYC Pride March's official television partner, broadcasting the 48th NYC LGBT Pride March on Sunday, June 25, 2017 starting at Noon.

The NYC Pride March started in 1970 as a civil rights demonstration on the 1-year anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Today, it is one of the world's best known LGBT events, with 350 marching contingents and more than 2 million spectators in 2016.

Learn more about some key moments and places in LGBT history.
We are Proud: Christopher Street Pier
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The pier has been a haven for many in the LGBT community.

Historic LGBT Site: New York City Aids Memorial
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The memorial pays tribute to more than 100,000 lives lost to HIV and AIDS.

We are Proud: Historic LGBT Sites Project
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The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project is an initiative documenting historic and cultural sites that show the LGBT influence in the city.

We are Proud: The Stonewall Inn
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The site of the 1969 riots between members of the LGBT community and police.

We are Proud: Learn about 'The Center'
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The center helps empower people to live healthy and successful lives.

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