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Pride Flags Fly Downtown

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22 of these big beautiful banners are up along Spokane Falls Blvd and Main St. downtown. Check em out! Thank you so much to OutSpokane for organizing this campaign, Kalispel Tribe of Indians & Northern Quest Resort & Casino for matching all donations up to $1,430 goal (half of the cost to produce and hang this year’s banners), Downtown Spokane Partnership for helping with placement, and Instant Sign Factory for printing these beautiful banners!

Thank you to every business and individual donor that contributed to making this project a reality. If you’d like to contribute to next year’s cost to install and take down the banners, donate here (every bit helps): https://www.gofundme.com/td7f4urw

Every year, OutSpokane works tirelessly to organize, staff, and execute the annual Spokane Pride Parade and Rainbow Festival in an effort to bring individuals from various communities together to celebrate and embrace diversity. Other hallmark events in Spokane, such as Hoopfest, Bike to Work, CHAS, United Way, the University District, and the Lilac Festival demonstrate our City’s commitment to arts and culture, healthcare, education, social services, and environmental conservation. PRIDE banners will prove to our city’s residents and visitors that Spokane is committed to visibility, acceptance, diversity, and love.

It is one thing to embody recognition within laws, proceedings, and policies—but changing the hearts and minds of human beings takes time, commitment, and support from everyone. Spokane is a beautiful city- almost as beautiful as the people who live in and celebrate it. Thank you Spokane!

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