This June 17th, let’s create a ripple of change that echoes throughout history. We invite all youth to walk with Safe Schools at the iconic Stonewall Pride Parade in Wilton Manors, Florida. The vibrant celebration begins at 6:00 PM sharp, painting the night with our collective spirit of resilience and unity.

Fifty-four years ago, Marsha P. Johnson – a fearless transgender activist – sparked a revolution with the Stonewall Riots of 1969. Marsha’s spirit and determination galvanized a community and incited a global fight for LGBTQ+ rights. Today, we march in her footsteps, carrying the torch of her legacy and standing tall against discrimination and injustice.

Faced with a wave of oppression from Tallahassee, our presence at the Stonewall Pride Parade is more important than ever. Our parade, our unity, our march – it’s not just a display of our diversity but also a statement against intolerance. By showing up and marching together, we honor Marsha’s spirit, keeping alive the vibe of the original Stonewall Riots.

Safe Schools is committed to creating a world where all young people can express their identity freely. This Pride, we’re here to remind everyone that our fight is far from over.

Whether you’re part of the LGBTQ+ community or an ally, your voice matters. Your steps matter. Let’s march together for a future where love conquers hate, acceptance drowns out discrimination, and equality isn’t just a dream but a reality.

So put on your rainbow colors, lift your banners high, and let’s make a statement that’s as loud as Marsha’s rallying cry. This June 17th, stride with pride, stride with purpose, stride with Safe Schools.

March on, because we’re here, we’re proud, and we won’t be silenced. See you at the Stonewall Pride Parade!