The Year of Moving Forward

The Year of Moving Forward
At our 4 person wedding reception in DC

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Pride Parade Update 2

From Central Alabama Pride (emphasis mine):

The Central Alabama Pride, Inc. Board of Directors is pleased to announce that a permit WILL be issued for the 20th Gay Pride Parade in Birmingham.

Alabama State Representative Patricia Todd spoke with Mayor Langford on Saturday morning and the mayor assured Representative Todd that the parade permit WILL be issued with no issues from his officeThe Board of Directors thanks everyone for their quick response in this matter and hopes that this will be a learning experience for all those of our community, as well as an opportunity for education for others. Mayor Langford has also agreed to meet with leaders of our community to have an open forum about other concerns.

The 20th annual Pride Parade will take place on Saturday, June 7 through 5 Points South. The Board of Directors would like everyone to come out and take part in this parade and show Central Alabama the best parade turnout ever!Thanks again and HAPPY PRIDE!

Central Alabama Pride, Inc.
Board of Directors


Anonymous said...

Central Alabama Pride Board President Johnathan Quinn was interviewed by ALL 4 Birmingham TV stations to be aired this evening (Saturday). Please tune in to your favorite.

Anonymous said...

I really, really hope Larry doesn't win re-election.
And these entries have given me more respect for my city councilperson, Valerie Abbot. Up til now I only liked her cuz she seemed to be the only one that occasionally stood up to Larry.

Anonymous said...

I agree about Larry, but I will take it a step further. I hope he gets indicted and removed from office, and quickly.

Of course, he is not my mayor. I am not sure how Ed May, the mayor of Bessemer feels about gay issues. We are personal friends, and even though we have had major differences sometimes aired in public forums, we still get along.

But Larry Langford, I can not stand.