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Empower through creating LGBTQ+ community, and a culture of respectfully reaching across differences to support and love one another.


Commemorate the Stonewall riots and memorialize the queer, trans, Black, Indigenous, and People of color (QTBIPOC) activists at the forefront of the 20th century lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, plus  (LGBTQ+) movement.


Celebrate and honor the rich, diverse, creative, and fabulous culture of LGBTQ+ communities, and impart knowledge of LGBTQ+ history and a sense of pride among LGBTQ+ youth.


Educate on the presence and impacts of oppression and advocate against oppression through disrupting and dismantling systems that cause harm to LGBTQ+ people, especially LGBTQ+ people who face multiple forms of marginalization.

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Boston Pride For The People’s volunteer board and working committee were formed by community organizers and community members. Some were members of the organization Pride for the People, some were organizers of Pop-Up Pride (2022), and others are LGBTQ+ leaders and community members.


Adrianna Boulin (she/her)*

Alexa Cortez M.S.Ed (she/her)*

Amy Nishman (she/her)

Casey Dooley (she/her)

Chastity Bowick (she/her)

Curtis Santos (he/him)

Dan Ortega (he/him)*

Evan “Ev” Malik McDonald (he/him)*

Gary K. Daffin (he/him)*

Jamie Berg (they/she)*

Jo Trigilio (they/them/all pronouns)*

Joshua Ellis (he/him)

Katie Quinn (she/they)*

Melanie Robinson (any pronouns)*

Nidhi Yadalam (any pronouns)

Rayna Hill (she/her)

Reina Ysaguirre-Boersma (she/her/they/ella)*

Tanya V. Neslusan (she/her/any pronouns)*

*Board of Directors

Learn more about our Board of Directors here.

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