NEW YORK -- This year marks the 50th anniversary of the New York City Pride March! It was fifty years ago that the LGBTQI+ community stood up against police harassment and fought to be seen and heard.
On the front lines of the Stonewall Riots were people of color - particularly Trans people of color. Over the years, as the fight for LGBTQi+ rights became mainstream, the important role the Trans community played during the riots became lost.
Given the current social unrest and renewed focus on a more diverse and equitable future - we present, this year, a series of conversations elevating voices from the LGBTQi+ community.
Hear what Pride means to them.
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