Brighton Pride news: How young people love to hate

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How young people love to hate

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Brighton & Hove Pride - Official Page

Pride 2019 we commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising that ignited the Pride Movement by taking a look back over five decades of pride, passion, diversity and activism, to celebrate how far we have come whilst recognising there’s still more work to be done. LGBTQ+ communities still face very real discrimination, prejudice and violence with more than 70 countries across the world legislating against homosexuality and 8 imposing the death penalty. The struggle for social change has been long, and it’s definitely not over yet. Brighton & Hove Pride will continue to campaign and stand in solidarity with those who continue to be prosecuted, criminalised and excluded because of their sexual orientation. ... See MoreSee Less


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1 thought on “Brighton Pride news: How young people love to hate

  1. Idk about everyone else but to me this looks like actually they’re just not arresting anyone who isn’t a young person. They’re clearly not finding way over half of the people who commit hate crimes.

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