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Celebrating Pride Month with Fenway Health!

Happy Pride Month from Fenway Health! 🌈 This June, we come together to honor the resilience, diversity, and joy of the LGBTQIA+ community. It’s a time to reflect on how far we’ve come, recognize the work still to be done, and celebrate the vibrant culture that makes our community so unique. 

We are thrilled to share that Fenway Health will be participating in the Boston Pride for the People Parade and Festival this year on Saturday, June 8! We invite you to march alongside us as we show our support and solidarity. Together, we can make this year’s celebration brighter and more colorful than ever. 

Pride Month is a time to express yourself boldly and colorfully. Whether you’re waving a rainbow flag, wearing your favorite Pride gear, or simply being your authentic self, remember that your presence and support make a difference. Let’s come together to celebrate love, diversity, and the progress we’ve made. 

The Progress Pride flag is a symbol of LGBTQIA+ pride and resilience, with each color representing a unique aspect of the community’s values and experiences. 

  • Red: Life. Red represents the vitality and life force of the LGBTQIA+ community. 
  • Orange: Healing. Orange symbolizes healing power and efforts to overcome discrimination and adversity. 
  • Yellow: Sunlight. Yellow stands for the light and warmth that we bring into the world. 
  • Green: Nature. Green highlights the connection to the natural world and the importance of environmental sustainability. 
  • Blue: Harmony. Blue signifies peace and harmony within the community and with the world. 
  • Purple: Spirit. Purple represents the spirit of the LGBTQIA+ community, embodying strength, pride, and a commitment to equality. 
  • Black and Brown: The black and brown stripes showcase the LGBTQIA+ BIPOC community and people living with HIV 
  • Light Blue, White and Pink: The flag represents trans people 
  • Yellow and Purple Circle: The intersex flag uses yellow and purple to contrast with blue and pink and the unbroken circle represents being whole. 


From all of us at Fenway Health, we wish you a joyous and empowering Pride Month. We can’t wait to celebrate with you at the parade and throughout the month!
 

Look for the Fenway Health banner, and don’t hesitate to come say hello—we’d love to see you! 

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