translated from Spanish: LGBTTTI+ Digital Pride March

With the motto “Alert for our rights. Not the throwback!”, the 42 LGBTTTI+ Pride March will be held in digital format due to the coronavirus epidemic in our country. Despite the quarantine, the organizing committee of the march managed to hold this meeting that has been representative of Mexico City for several decades.
The event is open to the LGBTI+ community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex) — the invitation extends to Mexicans and Mexicans who wish to support a demonstration and celebration for the human rights of this community.
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We’ll make history, keep an eye on it!
— LGBT March CDMX ?️ ??? (@MarchaLGBTCDMX) April 29, 2020

In addition, with this march Mexico will participate in the efforts of Global Pride 2020 —an event that brings together 91 countries to celebrate and manifest LGBTI pride around the world.
With great pride, we share with you that @MarchaLGBTCDMX will be part of @GlobalPride2020.
From Mexico to the world! #GlobalPride2020 ?️ ??️ ⚧??
— LGBT March CDMX ?️ ??? (@MarchaLGBTCDMX) June 26, 2020

This Saturday, June 27 – from 12:00 to 22: hours – you will find the digital activities that the Inclusivet Committee has prepared together with musicians, artists, activists, committees from different states and allies to remember that there should be no setback of the civil rights of the LGBTI community in Mexico.
These include equal marriage, adoption or the right of trans people to have an identity before the civil registry.
The invitation is also intended to fight for the rights that are lacking: the right to an identity for trans children, the cessation of hate crimes by orientation and identity, putting a stop to homo, lesbo, bi and transphobia; For example.
Where can you keep going? On the YouTube channel of the LGBTI CDMX March.
There you can play the bands and singers that make up the Pride Day poster —among them are Jesse and Joy, Thalía, Playa Limbo, Matisse, OV7, Daniela Spalla, Alfonso Herrera among others.

Original source in Spanish

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