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Same dignity.
Same respect.
Every person!


Yellow Springs Pride, The Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom, and more talented students teamed up with the Yellow Springs Public Library to present the official Pride showcase on display throughout the month of June.

The display features dynamic individuals who have helped pave the way for equality, inclusion, and LGBTQ+ visibility, and emphasizes the difference that “you” can make in the world. With a mirror as the central focus, visitors are reminded that they can be partners of positive change and join the legacy of historic champions who have fought for justice and equal rights.

"We need more funding for diversity education so young people are inoculated against the toxic viruses of racism, sexism, and homophobia before they enter the workforce."
Coretta Scott King, 2002
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You can make
the difference!

Mrs. Coretta Scott King speaks at the 1996 Atlanta Pride Festival in Piedmont Park in Atlanta Georgia.

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“Freedom from discrimination based on sexual orientation is surely a fundamental human right in any great democracy, as much as freedom from racial, religious, gender, or ethnic discrimination."

Coretta Scott King
National Gay & Lesbian Task Force Conference
November 2000

Project Committee:
Maaliyau Amirie | Ely Lombardi | Ren Masters | Shannon McCarville | Jhun Morala | Phillip O'Rourke | Alissa Paolella | Dio Smith | Queen Zabriskie

Our Collaborators+

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