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June 30, 2019
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Natalie Jacobson, 45, carries a pride flag that says "Stonewall Forever" while wearing a "Lesbian Power" T-shirt at the Chicago Pride Parade on Sunday.
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Tyler Ross, 29, and Madeleine Senko, 27, hang a sign as they prepare to watch the Pride Parade.
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Priscila Carvalho, 36, dances with Folia Brazil on Halsted in Boystown during the Pride Parade.
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Lady Rhapsody, 32, marches on Sunday holding a sign remembering Dana Martin, who was 31 when she became the first transgender woman killed in 2019. Keisha Wells, Tydi Dansbury, Brooklyn Lindsey, and Nikki Enriquez are the names of other transgender women who have been killed in 2019.
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Quintin Cammack, 33, and Tony Johnson, 34, cheer and hoist signs while walking down Halsted through Boystown in Chicago on Sunday during the city's Pride Parade on Sunday. "Black and Proud!" read Cammack's shirt, along with a quote from James Baldwin: "The place in which I'll fit will not exist until I make it."
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Levi Frerichs, 30, marches with his dog, Louis, down Halsted in Boystown during the Pride Parade on Sunday.
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Selina Paris walks down Halsted during the Pride Parade.
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Bikes and Mics ride in Sunday's Pride Parade dressing in the theme of Gold n' Glam.
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Chicago Gay Bikers make their way down Halsted during the Pride Parade on Sunday.
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Signs in memory of queer heroes are carried during the Pride Parade. Marsha P. Johnson, a transgender woman often associated with the uprising at Stonewall, was an early icon in the LGBTQ rights movement.
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Sydney Yaretzi Parra, nine, gets ready to watch the Pride Parade on Sunday.
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Andrea Sterling, 39, prepares to watch Sunday's Pride Parade with her wife, Quinette, 43.
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The Pride Parade begins.
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Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot served as the grand marshal of this year's Pride Parade. Lightfoot was inaugurated as the first openly gay mayor in the city's history earlier this year.
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Illinois governor J.B. Pritzker walks in the Pride Parade with his wife, Mary Kathryn Muenster, on Sunday.
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People dance to "YMCA" on the Chicago Police Department's float.
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Sunday's festivities celebrated 50 years since the Stonewall uprising that sparked the modern LGBTQ rights movement and 49 years since Chicago hosted the nation's first Pride Parade on June 27, 1970.
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Luis Sobrinho, 40, marches in the Pride Parade.
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From left: Andre Akimov, 32, Eric Layland, 32, and Bethany Bray, 39, get rained on during Sunday's Pride Parade.
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Sunday's Pride Parade gets canceled due to rain.
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Girls dance in the rain at Sunday's Pride Parade.
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People seek shelter as rain comes down at Sunday's pride festivities in Chicago.
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Kathleen Hinkel
Natalie Jacobson, 45, carries a pride flag that says "Stonewall Forever" while wearing a "Lesbian Power" T-shirt at the Chicago Pride Parade on Sunday.

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