Pride is about communities coming together in celebration, protest, unity and solidarity.
Many Pride events for 2020 have unfortunately been postponed or cancelled. We're unlikely to be able to attend any Pride events this season. We can't hold big events, but Pride is still needed. For some, it's needed more than ever.
Our communities deserve our support all year round, and we're committed to maintaining this. It's even more vital for those who may be less visible and more marginalised at this time.
As the current situation is ever-changing, it's difficult to predict what the next few months will hold. Many Pride organisers hope to hold similar events later in the year, so we'll keep you updated on any plans for late-season Prides. Follow us @stonewalluk on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to keep in touch.
We have not achieved equality until every LGBT person, of every colour and background, is able to enjoy equality within our community and outside of it.
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, Executive Director of UK Black Pride, and Ruth Hunt, Chief Executive of Stonewall
Highlights of 2019
We attended over 30 Pride events across the UK, including eight identity-specific Pride events. We also marched with seven other equality organisations as Together in Pride at Pride in London, and continued our partnership with UK Black Pride.
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