Saturday, June 16, 11am-7pm, Mayme Moore Park, 867 Mt. Vernon Ave.

Join us for a day-long festival centering on QTIPOC and on those at the intersections of oppression. Our pride is taking no corporate sponsorship and police are not invited.

The Columbus Community Pride Festival will feature performances and visual art by queer and trans artists of color, a community resource fair, outdoor activities for children (and the young at heart), POC-owned food trucks, and much more! Join us for a day of celebration, creativity, and joy — and help grow the promise of liberation for QTIPOC in Central Ohio and beyond!!

Visual ASL Interpreters will be provided for all Community Pride events. Please contact the interpreter coordinators at to request close vision or tactile interpreters for all Community Pride events.

Stay tuned for announcements of performance and workshop lineups, food trucks, vendors, and community resources.

This event is part of a series of celebrations called Columbus Community Pride. Stonewall Columbus’ Pride isn’t safe for LGBTQIA+ people of color so we created Columbus Community Pride to bring Pride back to its radical roots and to support all people. Learn more at and follow each event on our Google calendar at and the full “Columbus Community Pride 2018: Back to Our Roots” Facebook event.

Community Pride is a safer space; we will not tolerate racism, transphobia, homophobia or any other form of hate or discrimination.

Hosted by Black Queer and Intersectional Columbus [BQIC].

In conjunction with Columbus Community Pride 2018: Back to Our Roots.


Saturday, June 16, 2018 - 11:00am

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