Today, as we commemorate Juneteenth, Freedom Day – now a federally observed holiday – we recognize the long march toward freedom, remember those who have fought hard to break the physical and metaphorical chains of oppression, and honor their incredible lives and legacies. Rochester LGBTQ+ Together remains committed to fighting for liberation of all people within the LGBTQIA2S+ community, especially those most marginalized, oppressed and at risk: QTPOC, TGNCNBI+, the disabled and youth. Only together can we build an equitable, just world where everyone can live authentically, freely and safely. None of us are free until all of us are free.

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