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Pride

The Stonewall Riots of ‘69 sparked the catalyst for change. Said to mark the beginning of the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement and the reason why we’re able to celebrate Pride today. As we celebrate Pride month, it’s important to remember that it was Stormé DeLarverie (a Black lesbian), Marsha P. Johnson (a Black trans woman) and Sylvia Rivera (a Latinx trans woman) who were at the forefront of the movement. Without them, there would be no Pride month. To show our support, we’re paying homage to the community with a collection in honour of flying the flag for love and acceptance. As well as donating to The Solutions Not Punishment Collaborative (SNaP Co.), a Black trans led organization dedicated to transforming material realities for Black transgender people. Pride is a celebration but also a reminder that the work is not over. Despite all efforts, it is the Black queer and trans folk that remain the most vulnerable members of the LGBTQ+ community.

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