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PHOTOS: Out Brigade

Pride-themed caravan moves through Washington

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A Jeep in the Out Brigade passes by the United States Supreme Court on Saturday. (Washington Blade photo by Parker Purifoy)

Several dozen cars joined the Out Brigade Saturday which wound through all eight wards of D.C. This is the first year of the brigade, which was organized by the Capital Pride Alliance and the D.C. Center. The caravan started at the D.C. Eagle at 2 p.m. and made its way past the Supreme Court, Nob Hill, Casa Ruby, and ended in Union Square. The participating vehicles waved flags and played music, cheered on by pedestrians watching from the sidewalk.

The Capital Pride Alliance also partnered with Broccoli City and Events DC for an LGBTQ movie night as part of the Out Brigade. Everyone who registered for the parade was eligible for a $5 discount code to use at Park Up DC’s 7 p.m. showing of “Hocus Pocus.”

(Washington Blade photos by Parker Purifoy)

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Photos: Reston Pride

In-person festival returns to Virginia suburb

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Attendees of Reston Pride dance to a recording of 'YMCA' by the Village People. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The 2021 Reston Pride Festival was held at Lake Anne Plaza in Reston, Va. on Saturday. (Washington Blade photos by Michael Key)

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Photos: Pride at Pitchers

Patrons gather at the popular bar on Saturday

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(Washington Blade photo by Vanessa Pham)

Members of the LGBTQ community and allies gathered at Pitchers DC and A League of Her Own on June 12 during Pride. (Washington Blade photos by Vanessa Pham)

Patrons gathered at the popular bar on Saturday
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Photos: D.C. celebrates Pride

Marchers chant, ‘We’re here, We’re queer, get used to it!’

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Hundreds of participants gather in Freedom Plaza following the Pride Walk. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key)

The Capital Pride Alliance and other community organizations came together for a Pride Walk from Dupont Circle to Freedom Plaza on Saturday. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser spoke at the rally following the march. 

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