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KUTV Ch. 2 News: Salt Lake’s love for LGBTQ+ community on full display at Utah Pride Center road rally

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Sunday is National Coming Out Day, and the Utah Pride Center helped Salt Lakers celebrate with a socially distanced Road Rally down Main Street. 2News’ Caitlin Hansen caught up with Chris Jensen, the vice-chair of the Utah Pride Center board.  Hansen: Let’s talk about National Coming Out Day. Why is this…

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Deseret News: Pride flag raised at Salt Lake City-County Building in observance of National Coming Out Day

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall, right, raises the pride flag with the help of Salt Lake City Councilman Chris Wharton, center, and Utah Pride Center Executive Director Rob Moolman, left, at the City-County Building in Salt Lake City on Friday. The flag was raised to mark National Coming Out Day, which will be observed…

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City Weekly: Pride Rides on

Utah’s LGBTQ festival is reborn as a COVID-friendly ‘outing’ and road rally. The pandemic has been hard on us all but certainly for those in Utah’s LGBTQ community, who need space in which to gather where they can simply be themselves, sans judgment or pressure to tamp it down for the benefit of straight family…

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Road Rally Commercial

START YOUR ENGINES! The First Annual Utah Pride Road Rally is coming to Salt Lake City on National Coming Out Day, Sunday, October 11, 2020.   Decorate your car  Practice social-distancing  Show PRIDE The Utah Pride Center needs your help to raise money for lifesaving services and to keep the center open. Register your vehicle today!https://utahpridecenter.org/pride-and-center/road-rally…

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Local Partnership Keeps You Safe and In Style!

Local Salt Lake City business, Brand+Aid is partnering with the Utah Pride Center to keep our LGBTQ+ communities safe and proud with their pride themed masks! Visit the site www.maskmaskface.com to check out a design that speaks to you. Proceeds benefit the lifesaving services offered by the Utah Pride Center. These are perfect for our upcoming Road Rally on October…

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National Coming Out Day

On National Coming Out Day, our Road Rally will bring together the LGBTQ+ communities and the allies and supporters for an event that promises to be a one of a kind experience. vehicleCommunity members will sign up to participate in this unique event using the software that enables them to fundraise and drive supporters to…

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Save The Date!

Contact Information: Utah Pride CenterRob Moolman – Executive Director(385) 368-9814FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Save the Date for the Utah Pride Road Rally The first annual Utah Pride Road Rally is coming to Salt Lake City on National Coming Out Day, October 11th, 2020 [Salt Lake City, UT – August 13th, 2020]  – Come celebrate with us…

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Dear Friends,

Our Pride Center has had to adapt and change to confront the contem-porary Covid-19 reality. This Center is a space that is fearless in its sup-port of our communities and their needs. At this point in time, the Center understands the importance of the role it plays in providing important and life-saving community resources for…

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100,000 turn out for 43rd annual Utah Pride Parade to celebrate acceptance, organizers say

SALT LAKE CITY — Sporting all things rainbow, event organizers said a record-breaking number gathered in downtown Salt Lake City Sunday to celebrate the yearly Utah Pride Parade. Utah Pride Festival estimated that 100,000 people turned out for the parade, which kicked off the final day of the 43rd annual event, a four-day celebration of…

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