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Will I Find Pride in 2020?

Health restrictions and violence against Black people has made it harder than ever to celebrate Pride this year

A young black woman holds up a rainbow flag at an outdoor gathering.
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If you let many Black queer folks tell it, Pride isn’t that big of a deal because we’re queer 24/7, all year long.

Don’t believe the hype.

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Janaya Greene

Janaya Greene

Janaya is a Chicago-based writer covering film, literature, music and the African diaspora. House music is her love language. More at JanayaGreene.com.

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