Capital Pride Parade Pictures - Washington DC

Capital Pride

 Miller Taylor

The following pictures of the Capital Pride Parade provide a glimpse of the annual Gay-Lesbian Pride Week in Washington DC. Capital Pride is held each June and brings together national and local LGBT organizations with more than 50 diverse educational and entertainment events.
For attending details, see Capital Pride - Washington DC.

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Lively Capital Pride Participants

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A wide range of organizations and individuals participate in the Capital Pride Parade.

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Lively Costumes

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Many participants show off lively costumes as they participate in the Capital Pride Parade.

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Mr. and Miss Capital Pride

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Each year a pageant is held selecting a Mr. and Miss Capital Pride.

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Pride Comes in All Ages

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AARP, an organization whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for all as we age, participates in the Capital Pride Parade in Washington DC.

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Motorcycles

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Motorcyclists participate in the Capital Pride Parade in Washington DC.

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Civil Rights are DC Values

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Many people walk in the Capital Pride Parade carrying signs showing their support for rights for all individuals.

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Dignity/Washington

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Dignity/Washington is a community of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered Catholics.

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Federal Globe

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Federal Globe is an organization of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees of the Federal government.

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Crowd Waving American Flags

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The Capital Pride Parade is a flag-raising patriotic event - symbolizing the American individual's freedom to "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness".

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Flags

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A variety of organizations carry flags in the Capital Pride Parade.

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Drag Queen on a Float

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A number of drag queens participate in the Capital Pride Parade.

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Gay Marriage

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The Capital Pride Parade brings out a lively crowd of participants.

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Gay, Lesbian and Allies

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Glass is the Gay, Lesbian, and Allied Senate Staff Caucus, a non-profit, non-partisan organization that raises awareness of issues affecting the LGBT community.

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Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies

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GLIFAA represents lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) personnel and their families in the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Agency for International Development, Foreign Commercial Service, Foreign Agricultural Service, and other foreign affairs agencies in the U.S. Government.

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Hat

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The Capital Pride Parade brings the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community together for a week of fun events each June in Washington DC.

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Drag Queens

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Drag Queens smile at the crowd during the Capital Pride Parade.

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National Gay and Lesbian Task Force

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The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force is an organization that promotes civil rights for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people.

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Old Town Trolley - Gray Pride

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An Old Town Trolley was decked out to promote "Vincent Gray for Mayor" during the 2010 Capital Pride Parade.

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Zipcar

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Zipcar was one of many businesses that participated with a banner in the Capital Pride Parade in Washington DC.

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