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PHOENIX
THE OTHER SHOW
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OWEN McCORD
MARY EDITH PITTS
ANGELICA D’PAIGE
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Atlanta Pride’s Community Reinvestment

 

Supporting other community organizations is at the heart of the Atlanta Pride Committee’s mission. From 2005-2015, APC has reinvested more than $100,000 in other worthwhile causes through profit sharing from in-park donations and grant-making from our Community Outreach Fund. The following list is a sample of organizations funded in the last ten years.

 

Action Cycling Atlanta

AID Atlanta

AIDS Survival Project

AIDS Walk Atlanta

Alpha Psi Kappa Fraternity

Alphabet Soup

Aniz, Inc.

Anti-Defamation League

Anti-Prejudice Consortium

Arthritis Foundation

ASCORG Inc.

Atlanta Dance Project

Atlanta Dream

Atlanta Freedom Marching Band

Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce

Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus

Atlanta Interfaith AIDS Network

Atlanta OUTworlders

Atlanta Sisters

Atlanta Team Tennis Association

Atlanta Women’s Rugby

Augusta Pride

Beta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc.

Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk

BWMT-Atlanta

Cameron Academy

Center for Pan Asian Community Services

Center For Women @ Emory University

Central Alabama Pride, Inc.

Charis Circle

Chase Harrison

Christ Covenant MCC

Clayton State Gay Straight Alliance

Columbia Theological Seminary

Decatur UCC

Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.

East Point Possums

Emory Alumni Association

Emory Pride

Equality Foundation of Georgia

Evening for Equality

Family 1st Care

First MCC

FTM Foundation, LLC.

GA Perimeter College – ITS

GA State Lesbian 8: Gay Law Students Association

Gamma Lite Softball

Gay & Lesbian Medical Association

Georgia Association of the Deaf

Georgia Cancer Foundation

Georgia Equality

Georgia for Obama

Good Mews

GPC Interpreter Training Society

GPC SLIP

Grady Chorus Boosters

GSU Alliance for Sexual & Gender Diversity

GSU OUTlaw

GT Heros

H.E.R.O for Children

HIV/AIDS Panel

Hope Hall Foundation Inc

Hotlanta Adventures

House of Devereaux

Human Rights Campaign

Imago Dei

In the Life Atlanta, Inc.

InterPride

JustUs ATL

Kashi Atlanta

Kennesaw Pride Alliance

Kennesaw State University Foundation

Kirkwood UCC

KSU Summit

Lady Pride Basketball Association

Latino LinO

Legendary Children Exhibit

Lorde Rustin Breakfast

Lost—n—Found Youth, Inc.

Mary’s Softball Bucket Brigade

MondoHomo

National Center for Civil & Human Rights

National Queer Asian Pacific Islanders Alliance

No Greater Joy

Northern Colorado AIDS Project

Northern Georgia Rainbow Coalition

Northwest U.U. Congregation

Onstage Atlanta

Open Hand

OurSong

Out & About Nashville

Outworlders, Inc.

Panther UL, Inc.

PDRS

Peachtree Rainbow Deaf Society

Phi Nu Kappa Sorority

Planned Parenthood of Georgia

Positive Impact, Inc.

Pride School Atlanta, Inc.

Radial Cafe

Rainbow Naturist Brotherhood

Rainbow Recovery Solutions, LLC

Rainbow World Fund

Real Youth, Inc.

Rebecca Jett

Running Lion, Inc.

SAND

Savannah Pride, Inc.

Sigma Omega Phi

Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc.

SLC-Atlanta

SNAP 2 IT

SOJOURN

South Georgia Pride, Inc.

Stand Up and Represent March

Students for Diversity

Terrell Wilson Foundation

The Armorettes, Inc.

The Ben Marion Institute

The Health Initiative

The Journey

MCC

The Legendary Children

The Melodivas

The Rainbow Center

The Rush Center

Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc.

Transgender Individuals Living Their Truth (TILTT), Inc.

Together In Love

Touching Up Our Roots

Transguys Calendar Project

UGA Lambda Alliance

Unitarian Universalist Church of Atlanta

Unitarian Universalist Metro Atlanta North

Wesleyan College GLBAL

Women’s Resource Center

Young Democrats of Atlanta

YouthPride

 

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We have partnered with Parking Panda, the nationwide leader in online parking reservations, to allow visitors to purchase guaranteed parking near Atlanta Pride Festivities. View real-time availability and pricing at many convenient locations within easy walking distance to Kick-off Party, Parade & Festival.

Once purchased, parking is 100% guaranteed even if the location otherwise fills up. Simply present your purchase confirmation at the selected location, and this serves as your payment with no additional payments or fees ever. Parking availability is very limited, so it is strongly recommended that you purchase your parking in advance, if driving.

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FESTIVAL PARKING

Please note, you can be ticketed and/or towed in several of the Residential areas around the park. Please use paid lots or take MARTA.


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Racial Justice Solidarity Contingent

We would like to invite everyone to join the racial justice solidarity contingent in the Atlanta Pride parade 10/11/15. There will be a trolley and this is open to all groups and individuals who would like to participate.

This group will assemble at the end of B Row. Please share the following information so folks know where to go on the big day. We encourage you to ride Marta, walk, or get dropped off because there is no parking available at the parade assembly area. We look forward to seeing everyone there!

MARCHERS:

1. Marchers should arrive no later than 12 noon.
2. Make a poster or banner and feel free to hang signs on the trolley as well.
3. Do not throw anything while you are marching. You can hand things out to the crowd.
4. When the parade begins, you must keep your group within 15 feet of the group in front of you. Large gaps between groups slow the parade down and create the potential for safety and crowd issues.
5. The parade ends at the Charles Allen entrance of Piedmont Park. Upon reaching this area, you will be directed by Pride volunteers to a safe disbursement into the park.

LOCATION:

• Enter row B by turning right off of Spring St NW onto Ivan Allen Jr Blvd.
• Participants line up on Ivan Allen Jr Blvd facing east (towards Peachtree St)
• Do NOT enter off of Peachtree St., Barricades will be in place
• If you are on Peachtree St, travel south down Peachtree and turn right onto Baker St NW
• Turn right onto Ted Turner Dr. (Spring ST). Go past Simpson St, past W. Peachtree Pl, and turn right onto Ivan Allen Jr Blvd.