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People's March announces concrete Pride Sunday plans in SF

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Activists have announced more specific plans for the second annual People's March and Rally: Unite to Fight, which in the absence of the official Pride parade has displaced it as a go-to event for Bay Area residents seeking to commemorate the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall riots that kicked off the modern LGBTQ liberation movement. "The People's March and Rally is happening on Sunday, June 27, and it's starting at the same location as last year, which is at Sacramento and Polk [streets], following the original Pride parade route in San Francisco," Juanita MORE!, a DJ and drag star who is co-leading the event, told the Bay Area Reporter June 9.

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