Kuujjuaq Pride Parade aims to increase visibility of LGBTQ community

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08/22/2022

Rainbow flags and jovial music took over Kuujjuaq on Aug. 19 as the community celebrated its second pride parade with dancing and singing. The parade consisted of a flatbed truck followed by a crowd of rainbow-clad people, many carrying flags or wearing colourful capes. It was kicked off by youth organizer Niivi Sinuupa, who called everyone in the LGBTQ community to action. “Be queer, and be proud,” she said.

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