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domingo, 25 de junio de 2017

Route, Road Closures and Everything Else You Need to Know

Route, Road Closures and Everything Else You Need to Know
- Roughly 2 million people lined the streets of New York City last June to watch, honor and cheer on participants in the Big Apple's largest Pride March ever. Only a few days had passed since a gunman in Florida killed 49 people in a gay nightclub on its Latin night, and Americans turned out en masse to support the LGBT community—especially the 37,000 people who joined together to put on the colorful NYC parade.
The year before, revelers had a happier cause for celebration: The Pride March took place just after the Supreme Court struck down bans on same-sex marriage. The mood both in New York and nationwide was jubilant, with event organizers excitedly touting a "Pride that will go down in the history books."