Pride Month is celebrated every June in the U.S. to amplify LGBTQ+ voices, remember LGBTQ+ history, support LGBTQ+ rights, and honor LGBTQ+ culture. Pride Month is celebrated in June to commemorate the Stonewall riots of June 28, 1969, which are commonly considered a watershed moment in LGBTQ+ history and civil rights. Pride is arguably the biggest diversity celebration of the year, and given its prominence, it’s important that your organization takes the time to recognize the historical marginalization of the community, the contributions of LGBTQ+ employees, and the importance of equity both within the workplace and society at large. Download our free guide for tips and ideas for creating your organization's Pride Month Programming.
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