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Gay Liberation Front celebrates 50 years of Pride

Twelve of the last surviving activists from the London Gay Liberation Front (GLF), 1970-74, some in their 70s and 80s, marched in London on Saturday, June 27 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of GLF and to reclaim Pride with political demands.This year’s Pride in London parade on Saturday, June 27 had been cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

But the GLF veterans marched anyway, on the same day, along the same route, that the official Pride parade was due to follow.The march was coordinated by Peter Tatchell who was an activist in GLF, which was formed in 1970 and ignited the modern LGBTQ+ protest movement in the UK.The veterans and 40 supporters each wore face masks and observed social distancing.

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