Cherokees participate in LBGTQ Pride March

BY STAFF REPORTS
07/11/2019 02:30 PM
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TAHLEQUAH – The local chapter of Oklahomans for Equality held its sixth annual Tahlequality Pride Festival on June 29, and Cherokee Nation citizens participated at almost every level of the event.

CN citizen and director of the march Carden Crow said the group started with a picnic at Norris Park before everyone moved to CN Courthouse Square to begin its pride march through downtown. The event finale was a drag show at Ned’s Pub.

“We’re not quite big enough to hold a parade just yet, but hundreds of us will participate in the march and festival,” Crow said.

For more information on the Tahlequah Chapter’s events and functions, visit the Oklahomans for Equality Facebook page.

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