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For the first time local native tribes will march in San Diego Pride

On July 14 during San Diego Pride, for the first time ever, over 100 Native American LGBTQ people and their allies will walk with their float during the Pride parade.

Riding on the float will be tribal elders with representatives from Viejas, La Jolla, Jamul, Rincon, Cahuilla, and Barona. 

Each parade walker will receive a commemorative "Decolonize Love" vee-neck or tank top.

If you would like to participate click HERE

The annual Pride Parade is the largest single-day civic event in San Diego, it is also one of the largest Pride events in the United States, attracting over 200,000 cheering supporters of the LGBTQ community each year. 

The parade begins at 11 am on Saturday, July 14 at the Pride Flag at University Ave. and Normal St., and ends in Balboa Park where you'll find the entrance to the Pride Festival!