Reclaim Pride London march 24 July 1pm Parliament Square

Join the fabulous people’s pride march for LGBTI+ liberation

London, UK – 24 July 2021


#ReclaimPride London march Saturday 24 July 2021. Tell Boris: Stop stalling on LGBTI+ rights! Assemble 1pm Parliament Square. March to Hyde Park for Queer Picnic. BYO food, drink & music.

Join the fabulous people’s pride march for LGBT+ liberation.

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#ReclaimPride will march via Downing Street and the Uganda High Commission in Trafalgar Square, we will pause to respectively protest against the government’s stalling on LGBT+ rights and Uganda’s persecution of LGBT+ people.

This community-led march gets back to the roots of Pride, being both a celebration and a protest for LGBT+ rights, with five key LGBT+ liberation demands:

Ban LGBT+ conversion therapy

Reform the Gender Recognition Act

Safe haven for LGBT+ refugees

Decriminalisation of LGBT+ people worldwide

Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

#ReclaimPride puts our human rights back into Pride. Every marcher is urged to make and bring a placard highlighting a LGBT+ issue that concerns them. We want to make Pride once again an event where our on-going demands for LGBT+ liberation can be seen and heard.

The #ReclaimPride march replaces the traditional Pride in London parade, which is postponed until 11 September.

It is being sponsored by Diva magazine, UK Black Pride and the Peter Tatchell Foundation, with many more LGBT+ organisations expected to sign up and support it shortly.

All LGBT+ organisations, individuals and allies are invited to participate. There are no fees or wristbands. Just turn up.

Everyone is asked to wear a face mask and keep socially distanced on the march.

March route:

After going from Parliament Square up Whitehall to Trafalgar Square, the #ReclaimPride march will take a similar route to the UK first ‘Gay Pride’ march in 1972: Cockspur Street, Lower Regent Street, Regent Street and Oxford Street, entering Hyde Park at Speaker’s Corner. There it will culminate with a mass “queer picnic” in Hyde Park, just like in 1972, with marchers bringing their own food, drink, sweets and music for a post-march DIY party.

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NOTE: This is a peaceful lawful protest. We expect no trouble. If any incident arises, please do not be provoked. Ignore trouble-makers. They may want to distract us from our cause and grab attention. Do not give them a victory. Do not respond to their provocations. Carry on marching. Keep the focus on our cause. By attending this march you agree that the organisers will not be responsible for any loss or injury incurred. Because the Covid delta variant is highly contagious, we ask everyone to wear a mask and to main social distancing. Thank you for joining us to protest with passion and peace.