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At­lanta’s trans­gen­der com­mu­nity and al­lies will march through the streets of Mid­town, show­ing pride in the trans com­mu­nity and hon­or­ing those we’ve lost. It steps off from the the Charles Allen Gate onto 10th Street and goes west, then north on Peachtree Street, and east on 14th Street, and back into the park.

Oc­to­ber 12, 2018

This march is ded­i­cated to the em­pow­er­ment of the women of At­lanta and be­yond. The Dyke March, with its fo­cus on women, unites to cre­ate an at­mos­phere of in­clu­sion and com­mu­nity. The march is open to all women lov­ing women (transin­clu­sive) of any race, cul­ture, ori­en­ta­tion, abil­ity, health, so­cioe­co­nomic level, fam­ily AT­LANTA PRIDE PA­RADE Steps off: Sun­day, Oct. 14, Noon Assem­bly be­gins at 9:30am on the streets near the Civic Cen­ter MARTA Sta­tion

The Pa­rade will step off from the Civic Cen­ter MARTA Sta­tion. The pa­rade merges off Ralph McGill onto Peachtree Street and trav­els north. It then turns east on 10th Street and fol­lows 10th Street to

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Please be ad­vised that the At­lanta Po­lice De­part­ment is re­spon­si­ble for en­forc­ing all ap­pli­ca­ble state laws and lo­cal or­di­nances dur­ing Pride events. Such statutes may in­clude, but are not limited to: pub­lic de­cency, al­co­hol, con­trolled sub­stances, pub­lic safety, and stan­dard ve­hi­cle in­sur­ance re­quire­ments.

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