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Welcome PACE Louisiana!

PACE is a nonpartisan organization that works to advance equality in Northwest Louisiana so that the LGBTQ+ community can lead open, honest, responsible, and safe lives at home and in the workplace.

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We Believe

In a world where all people are free to express their gender identity and sexual orientation with pride.

🏳️‍🌈 Happy Pride Month! 🏳️‍⚧️

This Pride Month, let's celebrate the beauty of being unapologetically ourselves. Pride is about embracing our true identities, honoring the courage it takes to live authentically, and standing together against hate. It's a time to reflect on the progress we've made, remember the struggles that brought us here, and commit to a future where everyone is free to love and be loved without fear. As we celebrate, let's also highlight the ongoing fight for trans rights, ensuring that all members of our community are recognized and respected. Love is love, and everyone deserves to shine! 🌈💖✨
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PRIDE Celebartion at Marilynn's Place

🎉🌈 Join us at Marilynn's Place on Thursday, June 20th, from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM for a fabulous, family-friendly Pride Celebration! 🌈🎉 PACE members will receive a wristband for free entry and can enjoy the special meal of the night (likely spaghetti). 🍝 Non-members are welcome to join the fun for just $10. All are welcome, including allies to the LGBTQ community—don’t miss out on this vibrant event and come celebrate Pride with us! 🌟💖
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Join us for a special PRIDE Month celebration with PACE! 🎉🌈

📅 Date: Saturday, June 29th
🕒 Time: 5:45 PM
📍 Location: Robinson Film Center, Shreveport, LA- multimedia space


Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner and watch the updated final cut of “Closet2Pride: Memoirs of Shreveport.” Tickets are $30 and go on sale June 11 at the Robinson Film Center. Don't miss out on prizes and a night of camaraderie!

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Statement from PACE: People Acting for Change and Equality 

We are deeply saddened to report that all three anti-LGBTQ+ bills were passed during the 2024 Louisiana Legislative Session. These bills, championed by Republican Legislators and Gov. Landry, represent a new level of hate and harm directed at the LGBTQ+ community, setting the stage for costly legal battles.
 

Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, without exception. As we close this legislative session marked by increased prejudice, let this not diminish your pride. As Pride Month approaches, let us remember that our strength lies in our community. Pride began as a protest, and we must continue to stand strong and celebrate this month with unwavering resolve.
 

We must also stand against these legislative attacks and fight for the rights and protections our community deserves. The ongoing struggle for trans rights and equality for all is more critical than ever.

Stay proud. Stay resilient. Together, we rise.

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