30th Annual Queens Pride Parade draws crowd of hundreds

6/6/2022 11:30:00 AM

30th Annual Queens Pride Parade draws crowd of hundreds

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30th Annual Queens Pride Parade draws crowd of hundreds

Hundreds of people lined the streets of Jackson Heights with rainbow flags Sunday to celebrate Pride Month. CBS2's Leah Mishkin takes us to the 30th Annual Queens Pride Parade.

©2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc.Jackson Heights with rainbow flags Sunday to celebrate Pride Month at the 30th Annual Queens Pride Parade.Uniformed officers have noticeably been banned from New York City's Pride parade -- scheduled the last weekend in June -- over safety concerns following police violence at past parades.widespread outrage over his views against gay marriage and supposed support of Uganda’s anti-gay policies.

All Rights Reserved. . We're all coming back together after two years, you know, since the pandemic," said David Kilmnick, president of the LGBT Network.

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30th Annual Queens Pride Parade draws hundreds for celebrationHundreds of people lined the streets of Jackson Heights with rainbow flags Sunday to celebrate Pride Month at the 30th Annual Queens Pride Parade. LeahMishkin reports.

Queens Pride Parade Makes Grand Return After Pandemic HiatusA joyous crowd thousands big kicked off the first weekend of Pride Month in Queens with the return of one of the largest parades. Tens of thousands of revelers came out Sunday to line 37th Street for the 30th Annual Queens Pride Parade, back in the borough after a two-year pandemic hiatus. Among those marching in the parade this year…

Queens Pride Parade returns to Jackson Heights after pandemic pauseSeveral prominent political groups boycotted the parade because of Mayor Eric Adams' appearance, citing his hiring of several administration officials who’ve expressed or supported groups with anti-LGBTQ sentiments. Correction: A previous version of this story (and this tweet) reported inaccurate details about a planned protest of Mayor Eric Adams hiring people who have used anti-LGBTQ rhetoric. Political groups plan to boycott a pride reception scheduled for Tuesday.

Queens Pride Parade returns after 2-year pandemic hiatusThe parade, which returned after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is the second oldest and second-largest Pride parade in New York City. YUCK The support from the LGTBQ community for President Trump was amazing. They appreciated when Trump sent the signal to Iran, Syria and Libya to stop torturing them. Gen. Soleimani was only killed for 'political' reasons!

Queens Pride parade returns after 2-year COVID hiatusRainbows once again filled 37th Avenue in Jackson Heights after Queens Pride had a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Sending love 🌈 kemrichardson7 the city council speaker’s name is ADRIENNEADAMS

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©2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc.Jackson Heights with rainbow flags Sunday to celebrate Pride Month at the 30th Annual Queens Pride Parade.Uniformed officers have noticeably been banned from New York City's Pride parade -- scheduled the last weekend in June -- over safety concerns following police violence at past parades.widespread outrage over his views against gay marriage and supposed support of Uganda’s anti-gay policies.

All Rights Reserved. . We're all coming back together after two years, you know, since the pandemic," said David Kilmnick, president of the LGBT Network.