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UP Pride slated on Oct. 26-30; to highlight need for unity of LGBTQIA community, other marginalized sectors

Themed “Sama-sama, Pantay-pantay”, UP Pride 2020 hopes to unite the LGBTQIA community and other marginalized sectors in fighting for human rights and equality, and calling for stronger SOGIESC-based anti-discrimination protections within and outside the UP system such as the SOGIE Equality Bill.

The 2020 iteration of the University of the Philippines (UP) Pride will be held on October 26 to 30.

Themed “Sama-sama, Pantay-pantay”, UP Pride 2020 hopes to unite the LGBTQIA community and other marginalized sectors in fighting for human rights and equality, and calling for stronger SOGIESC-based anti-discrimination protections within and outside the UP system such as the SOGIE Equality Bill.

All UP Pride 2020 activities are open to the public, with most to be held online on the UP Pride Facebook page.

UP Pride Program | October 26, 10:00AM | Facebook Live
PH Queer STudies Conference 2020 | October 26-27 | Facebook Live
Equality Talk 1: Being Queer in UP | October 28, 4-6PM | Facebook Live
Equality Talk 2: Seal the Bill | October 29, 5-7PM | Facebook Live
Equality Rally | October 30, 4-6PM | UPD Oblation Plaza
Twitter Pride Rally | October 30, 8PM | Twitter

For more information, visit the official UP Pride Facebook page. (https://www.facebook.com/uppride/) or Instagram and Twitter accounts (@upprideofficial).

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