Philadelphia Black Pride Celebration
Promoting unity among African-American sexual minorities
April 28 – May 1, 2016
Philadelphia brings together people of different races, ethnicities and sexual orientation during the annual Philadelphia Black Pride celebration, a growing tradition that continues to influence and educate the community.
Over four days, the Philadelphia Black Pride Celebration entertains and inspires with more than 25 events like open-mic spoken word, award ceremonies, parties and more at venues citywide.
Now in its 17th year, the 2016 theme, “My Philly Black Pride,” is designed to build upon past year’s narratives surrounding black and LGBTQ visibility.
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In the neighborhood
Museums & Attractions
N. 12th Street and Arch Street Reading Terminal Market, Center Court Philadelphia, PA 19107
- Chinatown Friendship Gate
- Arch Street United Methodist Church
- St. Stephen’s Protestant Episcopal Church
- Center for Architecture
- Masonic Temple
- City Hall
- The African American Museum
- Emergence of a Modern Metropolis Walking Tour
- PIFA Street Fair
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Restaurants & Dining
12th and Filbert Streets Tour departs from the Reading Terminal Market information desk Philadelphia, PA 19107
- Reading Terminal Market
- Wok & Walk Tour of Chinatown
- Tommy DiNic’s Roast Pork and Beef
- Banana Leaf
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