Pride Week in Richmond is a celebration of members of the Two-Spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex and gender diverse (2SLGBTQI+) communities in our city. Happening annually starting the last Monday of July, Pride Week features inclusive events and interactive activities with local leaders, artists, performers and community members. Events are presented by the City of Richmond in partnership with Community Associations and Societies, and the Richmond Public Library.
“[Pride in Richmond] was an excellent presentation and I was glad to see so many Richmond residents there.”
“[Pride Week] was a beautiful event and many community members were supportive and happy to participate. It was a great opportunity for youth and their families to participate and engage in positive dialogue around diversity and LGBTQ2S+ community building.”
The City of Richmond is committed to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion by celebrating and recognizing the unique contributions of the 2SLGBTQI+ community to our city. To learn more about Pride Week and access 2SLGBTQI+ resources, refer to:
- Richmond School District No. 38: SOGI (Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity)
- Richmond Public Library: Pride Reads
- QMUNITY Services and Program
- Richmond Multicultural Community Services: LGBTQIA2S+ Program for Newcomers
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