PFLAG NYC in the NYC Pride March

New York's Pride March is where PFLAG had its beginning. In 1972, Jeanne Manford marched in the Christopher Street Liberation Day Parade carrying a sign that read, "Parents of Gays: Unite in Support for Our Children."

The Pride March is still the premier event demonstrating the size, strength, and diversity of our community. Last year, more than 300 groups and 50 floats took part in the march. This year Heritage of Pride has announced that the Pride Grand Marshals will be Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi, Kasha Jacqueline Nabagesera, and J. Christopher Neal.

PFLAG's Pride Month activities are again supported this year by the Johnson & Johnson family of consumer companies and the Care with Pride™ campaign to make the world a more caring and accepting place for all. This includes taking on Safe Schools issues like bullying, which impacts all families and their children.

Join Us on Opening Night of 52 Tuesdays for Special Film Discussion

52 TUESDAYS Film Poster

We’ve been thrilled by the enthusiastic response PFLAG NYC supporters have given to recent film events, and we’re very happy to tell you about another one we’ve organized in cooperation with Kino Lorber.

52 Tuesdays is the story of a mom, transitioning to male, and his relationship with his teenage daughter who is thrust into her own search for identity. Filmed over the course of a year, once a week, every week (only on Tuesdays), it brings a rare authenticity to this emotionally charged story of desire, responsibility and transformation.

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NQAPIA Community Catalyst Awards

February and March this year are an exciting, festive, and rewarding time for the API Project of PFLAG NYC. Between the Lunar New Year for All and an NQAPIA Community Catalyst Award for founder Clara Yoon, there is a lot going on!

On Sunday, February 22, more than 20 supporters of the API Project and PFLAG NYC joined the Lunar New Year for All contingent in the annual Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade that wound its way down Mott Street, Canal Street, the Bowery and all the most historic parts of New York City’s oldest Asian neighborhood.

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