The History Of Pride In America
"The Day Ahead" is going back to 1969 to take a look at how June's monthlong celebration of pride and the LGBTQ community got its start.
"The Day Ahead" is taking a look at how the month of June has been turned into a celebration, protest and act of political activism known as Pride Month. Nearly every city in the U.S. has some sort of event to commemorate pride, but to understand where the movement is in 2018, we must first explore how it all got started.
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