Capitol Hill Pride March 2020 | Hosted by Seattle PrideFest and Together For Pride

Capitol Hill Pride stands in solidarity with the community in remembering the death of George Floyd, against police abuse and excessive force. Seattle’s LGBTQAI community is no stranger to discrimination and will be remembering Stonewall’s 51st anniversary this month when the community in 1969 fought back against police abuse.

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Capitol Hill Pride March 2020
June 27, 2020
10A-Noon | All Ages
More info: Facebook

Location: March Leaves Seattle Central College to Cal Anderson Park via Pine St.

The Capitol Hill Pride March is still planned for Sat. June 27th leaving Seattle Central College to Cal Anderson Park via Pine St. stepping off at 10am.
The march will be following social distancing guidelines and recommends all participants wear masks.

Capitol Hill Pride stands in solidarity with the community in remembering the death of George Floyd, against police abuse and excessive force.The LGBTQAI community is no stranger to discrimination and will be remembering Stonewall’s 51st anniversary this month when the community in 1969 fought back against police abuse.

Currently Capitol Hill Pride is stating six demands:

  1. An immediate removal of police barricades on Pine St. as these are public streets and violate free access of public property. (Note: this has been done).
  2. An immediate and indefinite ban on the use of pepper spray, smoke bombs and percussion instruments especially in this time of respiratory illness against civil rights demonstrators.
  3. A cease and desist of the use of shields, batons and bikes to push demonstrators and as physical contact assault weapons against demonstrators.
  4. Independent investigations of police shootings and misconduct including an independent re-
    investigation of past Seattle police shootings of Native American John T. Williams, African American Che Taylor and Charleena Lyles.
  5. An immediate independent citizen review and screening of new and existing police personnel for racial misconduct.
  6. An immediate minimum defunding of police by 20% towards community investment with a goal of 50% by 2021.
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