Please join Rhode Island Pride in this commitment: As diverse and varied as we are as individuals, we must stand together, IndiVISIBLE, towards liberty, justice, and equality for all.
In 1976, Billy Mencer Ackerly marched in Rhode Island’s first Gay Pride Parade. In 2015, we celebrate his 40th consecutive march.
The annual Born This Way Prom has been gaining popularity thanks to its founder and champion, Pam Goff.
Since its inception 25 years ago, AIDS Care Ocean State (ACOS) has facilitated safe, inclusive, and welcoming spaces for LGBTQIA individuals.
Youth and families will enjoy programming especially for them in a greater capacity than ever before at this year’s RI PrideFest.
On Friday evening, June 12,Temple Habonim in Barrington will hold its fourth annual Gay Pride Sabbath service.
On Thursday, July 16, 2nd Story Theater’s full-length dress rehearsal performance of Die, Mommie, Die! will benefit Options Magazine!