Loud & proud: GLAAD struts its stuff at NYC Pride march

One day before the second anniversary of the momentous marriage equality ruling, hundreds of thousands of people gathered on the sunlit streets of New York City to march for love, equality, resistance, acceptance, and togetherness.

The NYC Pride march, which took place on Sunday, was the culmination of a month's-long celebration of the LGBTQ community. This year, GLAAD sported shirts and waved flags that represented the Together Movement, a site for amplifying and uniting a global network of marginalized voices and identities. The ampersand (&) is emblematic of bringing together marginalized individuals and communities that are often silenced in mainstream media or by the current administration.

Photos by: Chris Roque

Nikos Giannopoulos, the Rhode Island school teacher who famously and fabulously posed with President Trump, also marched alongside GLAAD on Sunday.

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Stonewall Inn, the historic location of what's considerd the launch of the LGBTQ equality, formerly known as the "gay liberation" movement, was filled with lively onlookers who honored those LGBTQ trailblazers who sacrificed to better the lives of future generations.

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Check out more photos from the incredible march below!

Photos by: Chris Roque