World Pride March in NYC

Show your support for Stonewall National Monument! Join us on June 30th as National Parks Conservation Association takes part in the World Pride March in New York City.

Not only does 2019 mark the 100th anniversary of NPCA, it’s also the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, a pivotal moment in American LGBTQ history. NPCA led the campaign to designate Stonewall as a national monument in 2016, believing the location merited protection and this important story deserved to be told. Stonewall National Monument is the first national park site in the country dedicated to LGBTQ history and recognizes the LGBTQ community’s ongoing struggle for civil and human rights.

Come join NPCA in NYC on June 30th and show your support for Stonewall as we continue to celebrate 100 years of advocating for national parks across the country.

We will gather at NPCA’s midtown office for lunch, then move to our march location by 3 p.m. All are welcome!

Event Details

WHAT: NYC Pride March/World Pride/Stonewall 50th

WHEN: Sunday, June 30, from noon - 7 p.m.

WHERE: NPCA Northeast Regional Office in midtown Manhattan, 256 West 36 Street, Floor 12, New York, NY 10018

RSVP: Register here.

OTHER: Dress for the weather and wear comfortable shoes for standing and walking. Light lunch will be provided.

calendary icon Date June 30, 2019
  • Time:
    12:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
  • Location:
    NPCA Northeast Regional Office, 256 West 36 Street, Floor 12, New York, NY 10018
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