The first New York City Pride March took place on Sunday, June 28, 1970. The NYC Pride March was founded as a civil rights demonstration to celebrate LGBTQIA and civil rights. Pride serves as a platform for demonstration and remembrance for people who have lost their lives to illness and violence. Pride is rooted in the Stonewall riots of 1969.
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- Producer/Productor: Nelson Santana
- Date/Fecha: June 25, 2017
- Format/Formato: Digital, MOV
- Length/Duración: 2:15
- Resource Type/Tipo de recurso: Audiovisual recording/Grabación audiovisual
- Copyright/Derechos de autor: ESENDOM
Nelson is the producer at ESENDOM and he splits his time between New York and the Dominican Republic. He loves comics as much as he loves bachata and típico. He is currently an assistant professor and collection development librarian. His work has appeared in diverse publications including the first translation project pertinent to the writings of Juan Pablo Duarte. Feel free to hit him up at nelson.santana[at]esendom.com.