Returning for its seventh consecutive year, New York City’s Pride March kicks off Sunday.
The parade, slated to begin at 12 pm (ET) in Manhattan, takes place during LGBTQ Pride Month along with other celebrations including festivals, parties and picnics – all held across America in June.
“Our commitment at Heritage of Pride is to continue recognizing our Pride event as a March until complete and full equality has been achieved for all LGBT people,” parade organizers said online.
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What is the parade route?
The parade starts at 25th Street and 5th Avenue then heads west on 8th Street.
After crossing over 6th Avenue, it continues on Christopher Street.
It then turns north on 7th Avenue, passing the New York City AIDS Memorial, before ending at 16th Street and 7th Avenue.
Here’s how to watch the parade:
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Where to watch the NYC Pride March
The broadcast is slated to air on ABC-7 from noon to 3 pm, ET as well as on ABC7NY.com.
It is also available onlineABC7 New York’s Connected TV Apps on streaming platforms Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, AppleTV and Roku.
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