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Global Black Pride

Our Mission Global Black Pride, through its dynamic and inclusive programming, celebrates and uplifts the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community with a special focus on the experiences and voices of Black LGBTQ+ individuals worldwide. We organize the world’s largest Black Pride event, which serves to honor, educate, and empower our vibrant community, safeguard our history, and advocate for the rights of present and future generations.

About Global Black Pride

Founded by GBGMC in 2020, Global Black Pride (GBP) is the first global Pride organization that brings together Black LGBTQI+ communities across all continents to celebrate culture and diversity, providing a space for activists and community-based organizations across the globe to engage and reflect.

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What We Do

Global Black Pride is a nonprofit organization that supports the global Black LGBTQ+ community throughout the year. Based out of multiple international locations, we focus on education, major events, community support, and advocacy. Our efforts provide essential visibility and support for community organizations and local businesses dedicated to the Black LGBTQ+ populace. By fostering an environment of inclusion and respect, we help pave the way for a brighter, more equitable future.

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Advisory Board Members Bio

Dr. Kimahli Powell L.L.D (Hons)

Dr. Kimahli Powell L.L.D (Hons)

Kimahli has a wide range of experience in the not-for-profit sector and has spent more than 20 years advocating for social justice, youth, and arts and culture. Since joining Rainbow Railroad as CEO, Kimahli has led the organization through transformational growth.

Reverend Jide Macaulay

Reverend Jide Macaulay

Reverend Jide Macaulay is the visionary behind House Of Rainbow CIC, where he serves as Founder & CEO. He is a prominent figure, openly embracing his identity as a gay British-Nigerian, born in London.

Alexus D’Marco

Alexus D’Marco

is a social justice and human rights defender, currently serving as Executive Director of United Caribbean Trans network (UCTrans), which she helped build into a reference regional trans group.

Cameron Kakande

Cameron Kakande

Cameron Kakande is a Gay, Sex work and HIV activist. He is a sex educator, pyschosocial worker, and retired fashion designer. For the last three years, Cameron's work has focused on the intersections between health, gender, sexuality, and (forced) migration across Germany.

Monroe France

Monroe France

is the inaugural Vice Provost for Institutional Inclusive Excellence at Tufts University and a professor of practice at the Jonathan Tisch College of Civic Life. Previously, Monroe served as the Senior Associate Vice President for Global Engagement...

Monica Tabengwa

Monica Tabengwa

is a human rights lawyer from Botswana and is currently Policy Specialist for LGBTI Inclusion in Africa for the United National Development Programme (UNDP).

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