NYC Pride 2022

March with Caribbean Equality Project


March with Caribbean Equality Project in the 2022 NYC Pride March   
Donate to help us celebrate Pridefully! 

Join the Caribbean Equality Project and our community partners as we participate in the 2022 NYC Pride March to amplify Caribbean culture and represent the diverse Caribbean LGBTQ+ voices we serve in NYC. This year, our goal is to continue affirming Caribbean LGBTQ+ identities under the colorfully inclusive theme: “Live Pridefully: Love and Resilience within Pandemics.” This aligns with our effort to continue the "Big Truck" tradition and present a contingent inclusive of our Afro- and Indo-Caribbean cultural backgrounds and ancestry as we continue advocating for equity and liberation for Caribbean LGBTQ+ immigrants in NYC.

The pandemic has impacted our social fundraising activities. Please show us your pride by giving a meaningful gift to support our participation at the Queens Pride Parade and NYC Pride March. We need YOU to make it all happen! Please donate & share! 

When: Sunday, June 26, 2022 | 11:00AM – 3:00PM
Meet-up Location: West 30th Street between 6th Ave. and 5th Ave. (Entrance on 6th Ave.) New York, NY 10001
Sign-up + Donate Here:

Come march with us in cultural and carnival-inspired apparel, your country colors, or come just as you are as we proudly celebrate our Caribbean LGBTQ+ identities.

To learn more about volunteering opportunities with #TeamCEP at the 2022 NYC Pride March, email us: [email protected] or call us at 347.709.3179.

About the March:
The NYC Pride March will begin at noon on June 26th from 25th Street and 5th Avenue. Marchers will proceed south on 5th Avenue before heading west on 8th Street. After crossing over 6th Avenue, the March will continue on Christopher Street passing the Stonewall National Monument. It will then turn north on 7th Avenue, passing the New York City AIDS Memorial, before dispersing in Chelsea at 16th Street and 7th Avenue. 

Caribbean Equality Project is committed to bringing the community together in person with basic safety precautions in place to ensure we can celebrate Pride with the lowest possible risk.
  • Mask wearing is optional but encouraged when interacting with others
  • Marchers and volunteers will be asked to complete a screening survey.

The Caribbean Equality Project's advocacy and organizing efforts are all volunteer-led, with a focus on community building through education, facilitation of pro-bono legal representation for Caribbean LGBTQ+ asylum seekers, culturally competent mental health resources, visibility at city-wide Pride parades and cultural festivals, and empowering LGBTQ+ Caribbean diasporic community through storytelling and resource sharing. 

#NYCPride2022 #LivePridefully #CaribbeanEqualityProject #QueerCaribbean

To learn more about the Caribbean Equality Project & for regular updates on our work, connect with us on Twitter @CaribEquality and Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube at @CaribbeanEqualityProject.

The Caribbean Equality Project is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, registered non-profit organization. All contributions and donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. 

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