The coronavirus pandemic has moved Galveston’s Pride Month events to September for a second year. But no matter what, June is Pride Month. You can tell because, just as October gets pink-washed in the name of breast cancer, June comes down with a case of the rainbows.

Not that that’s a bad thing. It’s a celebration.

Margaret Battistelli Gardner: 409.683.5227; Margaret.Gardner@galvnews.com.

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Margaret joined The Daily New in December 2019, bringing more than 20 years of editorial experience to the team. A Philadelphia native, she lives in Galveston County with her husband, Steve, and their dog Nanook.

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Bailey Jones

Pride celebrations are a hoot - I recommend attending one if you've never been. As to the "why" - equal rights for the LGBTQ+ community is another, and an essential, step towards fulfilling America's founding promise of liberty and justice for all.

domenico nuckols

Stop by city hall. We are HERE!!!!!

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