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Pride in London unveils powerful new ‘Never March Alone’ campaign

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Pride in London has unveiled its 2023 campaign entitled ‘Never March Alone’ which emphasises supporting members of the transgender community.

It comes at a time when trans and non-binary people face increasing amounts of hatred from politicians and the media, with discussions about their rights framed as the so-called ‘trans debate’.

In fact, 74 per cent of people in the UK believe depictions of trans people in the media are either negative or highly negative, according to a recent survey conducted by Pride in London and Involve.

The new campaign will seek to show the joy within the trans+ community and the brilliant, multi-faceted individuals that it encompasses. ‘Never March Alone’ will come to life through a series of photographic and video portraits of members of the trans and non-binary community and those who stand with them.

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