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Pride events promote the self-affirmation, dignity, equality, and increased visibility of LGBTQ+ people. The first pride flag was raised on the island in front of City Hall, not on the official flagpole, in July of 2010. Lynn's first gay pride event was held in June of 2012 at the Lynn Museum sponsored by Arts After Hours. A second pride event was held in 2013. After a 9-year gap, pride events returned in 2012 when United Lynn Pride organized a week of events. Many Lynners attend Boston Pride which began in June 1970. The Pub at 47 Central had floats in the Boston Pride parade from 1999 to 2008. Fran’s place had floats for several years.

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Putting up art on walls around the city.

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A beautiful week of shared energy all around.

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I was at the earliest gay pride celebration.

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Why don't we try next year to have a week of events?

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A lot of racy things on the float.

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What if we march by my office?

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