The procession on Saturday was a fun, friendly and entertaining event. Fantastically well supported by those who lined the route as it snaked from Victoria Square to Hurst Street, well supported by those who came out from their workplaces to wave and cheer. This in spite of poor weather. The PM says we are all in this together. Those present for Birmingham Pride recognised the real truth of Cameron’s words for those on the receiving end of the cuts.

Birmingham Against The Cuts

This weekend is Birmingham Pride and LGBT activists, community groups and trade unions will be joining the march to say that Pride is a Protest!See the report and photos from the event
There will be a focus on how the cuts and austerity agenda of the ConDem coalition are affecting LGBT people, and we are asking anyone who can to come along and help us – join the parade, help on a stall or talk to members of the public and Pride attendees about the cuts and how they are affecting LGBT people.

Our next meeting, at 6:30pm on Monday 11th June, will be about how cuts are affecting LGBT people, with a speaker and discussion for the 45 minutes of the meeting followed by planning and organisational items for the second half. Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting, and Pride is an excellent opportunity for…

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One foot in Sanity, the other in the adjoining parish, usually in the vicinity of the boundary between the two but sometimes straying into the main square of either and very occasionally taking occupation of the Town Hall...

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