Hamptons Pride Parade Marches Toward Making History On East End - 27 East

Hamptons Pride Parade Marches Toward Making History On East End

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Robert Chaloner, chief administrative officer of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, is one of the grand marshals of the inaugural Hamptons Pride Parade. TANYA MALOTT

Robert Chaloner, chief administrative officer of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, is one of the grand marshals of the inaugural Hamptons Pride Parade. TANYA MALOTT

Kathryn Szoka, one of inaugural grand marshals.  BERNARD GOTFRYD

Kathryn Szoka, one of inaugural grand marshals. BERNARD GOTFRYD

Tom House, president of recently formed Hamptons Pride.   DANA SHAW

Tom House, president of recently formed Hamptons Pride. DANA SHAW

Tom House, president of recently formed Hamptons Pride.   DANA SHAW

Tom House, president of recently formed Hamptons Pride. DANA SHAW

authorMichelle Trauring on May 9, 2022
On June 28, 1970, without a police permit, 5,000 people in the LGBTQ+ community took to the streets of New York City — marching as a declaration of their existence,... more

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