Viktor Kerney

Black LGBT Orgs Marched in LA Martin Luther King Day Parade

Filed By Viktor Kerney | January 21, 2012 4:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: black and gay, Los Angeles, Martin Luther King Jr., people of color

This past Monday, LGBT people of color organizations marched in the Martin Luther King Day Parade in Los Angeles.

Over 100 activists and allies walked the streets of Crenshaw and King Blvd, promoting awareness and visibility of the black LGBT community. The organizations involved were Gender Justice L.A., The Here to Stay Coalition, Reach L.A., In the Meantime Men's Group, Black Lesbians United and The Jordan Rustin Coalition.

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