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Here Are the Organizations You Can March With at Pride 2015

By Emilie Ruscoe | June 22, 2015 3:15pm
 Spectators wave rainbow flags at the 2014 Pride Parade.
Spectators wave rainbow flags at the 2014 Pride Parade.
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If you'd like to be a part of the annual Pride March this Sunday, there are plenty of organizations still welcoming additional marchers. Choose one aligned with your interests below, reserve a spot and enjoy the march from the center of the action.

For sports-lovers: The Knickerbocker Sailing Association, CRUX Rock Climbing, The NYC Gay Basketball LeagueOutCycling and the United States Tennis Association are all going to be present, among other rugby teams, roller derby leagues, and other athletic queer and allied New Yorkers.

For proponents of old-school legal activism: The Center for Constitutional Rights is marching, as is the New York Civil Liberties Union, the New York Legal Assistance Group, the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, and New York City's Public Advocate's office.

For other niche communities: New York's asexual and aromantic communities are represented in the march by Aces NYC, and the full polyamory spectrum is celebrated by Open Love NY.

For supporters of local cultural institutions: El Museo del Barrio and Broadway Impact will be charactertistically making a statement in the parade as well; both would be delighted if you wanted to join them.

For veterans and former girl and boy scouts: Veterans for Peace, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, will be on hand, and Scouts for Equality marches to build support for an inclusive future for the Boy Scouts of America.

Still not seeing anything that piques your interest? Consider marching with the Gay Geeks of New York, the National Organization for Women, the Love Yourself Project, Second Chance Pet Rescue Organization, or the NYC chapter of Out Professionals.