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GAY PRIDE DAY IN THE BIG APPLE

By Black Radio Network Staff

                NEW YORK - More than 30,000 marchers are on the streets of Fifth Avenue today as New York celebrates Gay Pride Day.  An estimated two million spectators viewed the 46th annual parade.

                There was a moment of silence before the parade started to honor the 49 people killed in the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando.

                Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance.  NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said “this will not only be a celebration of love, but it will be a rejection of hate.”



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