LGBTQIA+ Pride Month

LGBTQIA+ Pride Flag held in a fist in front of the Cathedral of Learning

In June 1969, following a police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a New York City gar bar, LGBTQIA+ persons and allies rioted and protested, serving as a watershed moment in the LGBTQIA+ rights movement in the United States and impetus for organizing Pride marches on a much larger public scale. Today, Pride events are hosted across the globe, seeking to celebrate the strides in LGTBQIA+ rights and accomplishments of LGBTQIA+ individuals, but Pride also serves as a reminder of discrimination and marginalization of the LGBTQIA+ community, both past and present, as well as highlighting the barriers which remain to be dismantled.

The Office for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion hopes you will consider joining us, as well as our campus partner hosted-events, as Pitt celebrates Pride Month this June!

Pride Month events at the University


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