Global Black Pride Atlanta 2024 Announces Grand Marshals

Jun 25, 2024 | LBTQ | 0 comments

Atlanta, GA — Global Black Pride Atlanta 2024 is honored to announce its Grand Marshals for this year’s celebration. This distinguished group of leaders and activists has been at the forefront of advocating for LGBTQ+ rights and visibility, and we are proud to recognize their contributions at our event.

The Grand Marshals for Global Black Pride Atlanta 2024 are:

  • Bishop O.C. Allen III – A visionary leader and advocate, Bishop Allen has significantly contributed to spiritual leadership and LGBTQ+ advocacy within and beyond his community.
  • Hope Giselle-Godsey – A prominent activist and author, Hope has used her voice and platform to champion the rights and visibility of transgender individuals across the nation.
  • Clare Byarugaba – A dedicated activist from Uganda, Clare has worked tirelessly to ensure safety and equality for LGBTQ+ individuals in her country and is a beacon of hope to many.
  • Kimahli Powell – As the Executive Director of Rainbow Railroad, Kimahli has played a crucial role in assisting LGBTQ+ individuals escape violence and persecution in their home countries.
  • Chris Muriithi – His leadership within the LGBTQ+ community in Kenya has paved the way for increased awareness and advocacy, fostering a safer environment for LGBTQ+ Kenyans.
  • Kelly Robinson – A dynamic leader in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights in the United States, Kelly’s strategic approach has enabled significant legislative and societal progress.

Global Black Pride Atlanta 2024 is set to be a monumental event, celebrating the diversity and resilience of the LGBTQ+ community. Our Grand Marshals not only represent the spirit of our community but also inspire us to continue our fight for equality, justice, and love.

We invite everyone to join us in this celebration, which promises to be a vibrant and inclusive event filled with joy, advocacy, and community spirit.

For more information, please visit our website or contact our press office.

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