More Than 100,000 Take Part In Colombia’s Largest-Ever Pride Parade


More than 100,000 people were on the streets in Colombia’s capital Bogota on Sunday to take part in the largest-ever LGBTQ Pride parade in the country’s history, the city’s mayor said. Claudia Lopez, Bogota’s first lesbian mayor, addressed crowds waving rainbow flags and performing dances in the central Simon Bolivar Park. “Here we will continue, every day and hour marching with pride for what we are, because we have the same duties and we claim for the same rights.

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