Sunday’s NYC Pride parade featured an estimated 50,000 marching with corporate floats like Facebook and T-Mobile along side 18 diverse LGBTQ community organizations like P-Flag, ActUp and Gays Against Guns (GAG) as part of the largest NYC Pride March ever. An estimated two million spectators lined the streets and cheered! These photos are part 2 of a series acclaimed photographer, Ruben Natal-San Miguel for The Wow Report. (Check out the first batch here.)
Building on the momentum from the pride parade in L.A., where activists created a resistance march diverse, multi-generational groups chanted, sang, danced, and sashayed along with props, signs and visuals to express their resistance. LGBTQ groups marched in a live televised for the first time, on WABC-TV. The Resistance marchers used the hashtag #ProudlyRESISTING across social media platforms and encourage supporters.
(Photos, Ruben Natal -San Miguel)