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Generations of Pride: What Does Pride Mean, Then and Now?

June 1, 2013

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Patrick Ingram

Patrick Ingram; Northern Virginia

Black Gay Pride, to me, is just a time when we can all come together and just feel as one; feel safe to be in an area together; and it's just a good time to meet new friends, and share stories, and share experiences, and network. I think networking is very important; I think it's something we should all be doing.

Check out Patrick's joint video blog with Justin B. Terry-Smith at DC Black Gay Pride.



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