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WFMZ-TV reports that Reading Mayor Wally Scott reversed his decision, deciding to allow the Reading Pride Flag to fly at city hall. Last week, Mayor Scott decided to cancel the planned hoisting of … more
Pride Guide directory from Central Voice more
With an estimated attendance of 7,000, Central PA Pride Festival held its second event in Soldiers and Sailors Mall on the grounds of the PA State Capitol July 27. more
York Equality Fest, Aug. 3 and 4, drew about 2,000 attendees to Penn Park. The event's lead organizer Carla Christopher said the festival represents “The York County I want to live … more
As reported by Central Voice the 26th Pride Festival of Central PA has not been cancelled and will be held Sat., July 28. The only difference is the annual event has been moved from Riverfront … more
“We were minutes away from canceling this year’s festival due to flooding concerns,” Brad Martin, president of Central PA Pride Festival told The Central Voice. Flooding along … more
Several hundred people moved through York's Penn Park for the 5th Annual Equality Fest Sun., Aug. 5. more
A groundbreaking history exhibit has been traveling across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, educating communities near and far about the efforts that activists have undertaken in Pennsylvania to … more
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