Entries by Ryan Bos

A New Chapter of Pride / Un nuevo capítulo de orgullo

Pride encompasses a movement that for over 50 years has sought equality for the LGBTQ+ community. In the National Capital Region, we have celebrated Pride for 45 years and that celebration has grown and changed during that time. Our Pride started as a small gathering near Dupont Circle, at a time when that area was […]

Capital Pride mourns the passing of Associate Justice of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Capital Pride mourns the passing of Associate Justice of the United States Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was a towering champion for civil rights and a steadfast defender of the proposition that prejudice should have no place in American life, demanding instead that all must be treated equally. From her early, groundbreaking work regarding gender discrimination […]

Capital Pride to Participate in the National Pride Stride

September 10, 2020 – Spearheaded by LA Pride, LGBTQ+ Pride organizations from across America have come together to create the first-ever National Pride Stride Virtual Run. In partnership with EnMotive, producers of the Allstate Hot Chocolate 15k/5k series, the nationwide LGBTQ+ virtual 5k/10k event will commemorate National Coming Out Day on Sunday, October 11, 2020. More than […]

#StillWe Vote - Take the Pledge

#StillWe Vote is a call to action for members of the LGBTQ+ community and our allies. Our votes are our voices, and we have too much at stake for us to sit by idly. Voting is a fundamental right and responsibility of every American, and the one that guarantees the health and vibrancy of our […]

#StillWeLaugh - Limited Edition Fundraiser

The Capital Pride Alliance is proud to release the second limited edition #StillWe tee and tank, in coordination with the announcement of the second episode of Pride in the City! #StillWeLaugh will showcase our area’s resilience, diversity, and ability to laugh with one another, even in challenging times. Filmed at the stunning Xfinity flagship store in DC, […]

LGBTQ Organizations Unite in Calling for Transformational Change in Policing

Today, the Capital Pride Alliance joined over 350 prominent LGBTQ and civil rights organizations, calling for structural change, for divestment of police resources and reinvestment in communities and for long-term transformational change in policing. The full list of signers can be found here. The letter reads, in full: LGBTQ Organizations Unite in Calling for Transformational Change […]