Montgomery Pride 2019
50 years later, Pride is still a protest.
50 years later, the LGBTQ+ community is still fighting. While Pride is often time for celebration, we will march to honor our transgender leaders of color that stood for the rights of the most vulnerable (read more on activists like Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera). Alabama is still one of the harshest environments in the country for queer people to survive and prosper. This year, we march for the students who are victimized in our schools, for our transgender community whose rights and livelihoods are under attack, and for staying united this month and beyond.