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United Lynn Pride welcomes you to
Through A Rainbow Lens, A Reflection on Lynn's LGBTQ+ History.
Here are stories of liberation, identity, self-discovery, community, and trauma that make up Lynn’s LGBTQ+ history as told through interviews, photographs, news clippings and more.

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Tia Cole, 2024

Tia Cole, 2024

"I will be excited to have less labels but more language."

George Chakoutis and Tim Deegan, 2023

George Chakoutis and Tim Deegan, 2023

"We would do fundraisers for them all the time."

David Levasseur, 2023

David Levasseur, 2023

“Finally saying out loud to the whole world what you internally always knew to be true.”

Ana Tinajero, 2023

Ana Tinajero, 2023

“How can we create more belonging for people?”

Kathy Clay, 1983

Kathy Clay, 1983

“Oh, God, it's not me. Thank God. I'm not crazy. Finally, Jeez, it's not me. Look at them all,”

Steve Sklavounos, 2024

Steve Sklavounos, 2024

"I think it made me a stronger person."

Pastor Donna Spencer, 2023

Pastor Donna Spencer, 2023

"The arc of justice always bends toward justice."

Denae Ramos-Pachucki, 2023

Denae Ramos-Pachucki, 2023

“Treat others the way you want to be treated.”

Pat Gozemba, 2023

Pat Gozemba, 2023

“Cherish that community and share it with other people”.

Melinda Wilson, 2023

Melinda Wilson, 2023

"I did it on my own, honey."

Coco Alinsug, 2023

Coco Alinsug, 2023

"It's a sanctuary for the LGBT community and allies."

Daniel Bell, 2023

Daniel Bell, 2023

“Liberation for oneself as a queer person necessarily must mean liberation for others in their identities.”

Jim Zipper, 1983

Jim Zipper, 1983

“I can at least feel good about trying to make the world a more beautiful place for people like myself.”

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