UK Black Pride 2023: Revellers descend on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to mark event’s 18th year

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08/19/2023

Revellers descended on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday to celebrate UK Black Pride. In what is the event’s 18th year, LGBTQI+ people of African, Asian, Caribbean, Latin American and Middle Eastern heritage gathered in the sunshine to celebrate inclusivity and equality in east London. At the event, were performers including Miss Banks, DJ Biggy C, and KSoul alongside a community stage where there were a host of panels to discuss different topics. This year’s theme was legacy, not just to celebrate the work that has been done before to further inclusivity, but to empower future generations to take the fight for equality further.

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