Community members share what Lawrence PRIDE events mean to them

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Several community members who gathered for Lawrence PRIDE parade and party Saturday shared that inclusivity, self-expression and acceptance make the events what they are.

Some in attendance highlighted the joy of being themselves and valuing the freedom to express themselves without judgment. They emphasized the acceptance and friendliness of the community, creating a celebratory atmosphere for all.

See a photo gallery from Lawrence PRIDE at this link.

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Lane Rozin (he/they), a contributor to the Lawrence Times, is a student at the University of Kansas Schools of Journalism and Film. He is a graduate of Pittsburg High School, where he was the multimedia editor for the Booster Redux/Pitt Media in 2019-21. He is currently the arts & culture editor at the University Daily Kansan and a radio show host at KJHK. See more of his work for the Times here.

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