Thursday, August 2, 2018

River of Pride Extends invite to the NBU

Members of the New Brunswick Union (NBU) have been invited to attend and or take part in the upcoming Greater Moncton Pride Parade.

The invitation was made by River of Pride, a non-profit organization for and by LGBTQ+ people based in Moncton. Its mission is to guarantee the presence of the LGBTQ+ community in the South-East region of the province.

The parade is set for Aug. 25 beginning at 1:30 p.m. and will travel from Foundry to Main to Downing to Assumption is downtown Moncton. The parade is part of Greater Moncton Pride Week which runs from Aug. 18-25.

“We’re thankful for the personal invitation to our members from River of Pride,” said NBU President Susie Proulx-Daigle. “As a union we believe in inclusivity and support the rights of the LGBTQ+ community and all workers’ in our province.”

The parade is free of charge, accessible, family-friendly and open to all those who wish to celebrate Greater Moncton Pride Week.

“As movements who have a long history of interdependence, the LGBTQ+ and Union movements are intertwined in our projects of obtaining equity and justice,” said River of Pride President Zivi Richard. “Together, we make history.”

 

For more information on Greater Moncton Pride Week go online to https://www.fiertemonctonpride.com/main-page.

Members of the New Brunswick Union (NBU) have been invited to attend and or take part in the upcoming Greater Moncton Pride Parade.

The invitation was made by River of Pride, a non-profit organization for and by LGBTQ+ people based in Moncton. Its mission is to guarantee the presence of the LGBTQ+ community in the South-East region of the province.

The parade is set for Aug. 25 beginning at 1:30 p.m. and will travel from Foundry to Main to Downing to Assumption is downtown Moncton. The parade is part of Greater Moncton Pride Week which runs from Aug. 18-25.

“We’re thankful for the personal invitation to our members from River of Pride,” said NBU President Susie Proulx-Daigle. “As a union we believe in inclusivity and support the rights of the LGBTQ+ community and all workers’ in our province.”

The parade is free of charge, accessible, family-friendly and open to all those who wish to celebrate Greater Moncton Pride Week.

“As movements who have a long history of interdependence, the LGBTQ+ and Union movements are intertwined in our projects of obtaining equity and justice,” said River of Pride President Zivi Richard. “Together, we make history.”

For more information on Greater Moncton Pride Week go online to https://www.fiertemonctonpride.com/main-page.