On Sunday, August 30, from 12:00pm – 6:00pm, celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, two spirit, transgender and gender-non-conforming people of color living in Central Brooklyn at the fifth annual Bed-Stuy Pride day!


Sponsored by The Audre Lorde Project’s Safe OUTside the System Collective, the festivities will take place Herbert Von King Park, located at Lafayette Avenue between Marcy and Tompkins avenues, and will feature local artists, performances, workshops, music, vendors, wellness, fitness and more!

Want to support or get involved in the 4th Annual Bed-Stuy Pride? The organization is searching for vendors to participate in the Aug. 30 event. If you are inquiring about volunteering please email [email protected]. For all other inquiries, please contact [email protected].

This year’s annual pride festival will promote the theme of challenging hate as well as calling attention to police violence. Also participating is SOS Collective, an anti-violence program, looks to combat issues faced by LGBT people of color by using community-based strategies, according to organizers.

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  1. This sounds like a nice event. What will spoil it: If all of the locals are allowed to barbeque(meaning breathing in a constant stream of lighter fluid/charcoal smoke) play loud music, smoke weed, and shoot off fire works – like they did at the Celebrate Brooklyn Dance event. It was a horrible day at the park. Nobody were minding their children and the children ran up/down and across people sitting on the ampitheater steps to watch the stage show. Hope someone enforces rules at this event.

    1. That’s part of the charm of any event for me. Bring on the BBQ, lighter fluid, loud music and children running amok!

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