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SUNYRA and SUNY at the NYC Pride Parade

  • 36th Street and 5th Avenue New York, NY (map)

The State University of New York was founded in 1948 on the principles of equity and inclusion. Join SUNY in honoring our diverse and vibrant community by marching with our contingent in the New York City Pride March. The Pride March gives all of us the opportunity to walk together in solidarity and to celebrate the LGBTQ community.

March with us on Sunday, June 26th at the biggest Pride celebration in the world! 

SUNYRA is hoping to have a contingent together at the SUNY parade meet-up location (once it is determined by SUNY).  

Here's how to get involved:

Participate in the NYC Pride March

  1. If you have not done so already, register as a SUNY participant via the SUNY Eventbrite page.
  2. Complete the form below to let us know you are attending, and we will develop a plan together.
  3. Meet up at Grand Central Station.
  4. Bring your ID and EventBrite ticket. We will check in with the SUNY group leaders and obtain our SUNY Pride t-shirts.


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More Information

We expect to have SUNY's details on Thursday once they confer with the event organizers. In the meantime, plan on spending the entire day with your colleagues! SUNY will follow up with another e-mail Thursday evening or Friday morning with specific details.  You must enroll via the SUNY Eventbrite link  to participate and receive SUNY's updates.

Upon arrival, you will bring your ID and EventBrite ticket, check in with the SUNY group leaders and obtain your SUNY Pride t-shirt. For those who did not register early enough for a t-shirt, you will be given a badge to wear so that you can be identified as part of the SUNY group. SUNY is responsible for the behavior of its marching contingent, so they need to be able to know that you are part of the group. Before being told when to step-off, there will be a short meeting led by SUNY.