BOSTON, Mass.—Boston Pride is excited to announce that for the fourth year in a row, videos from the entertainment industry’s most beloved celebrities will be posted to the Boston Pride Facebook Page with customized messages to Boston’s LGBT community each day during this year’s Pride Week (June 6-June 15.)
“The positive support Boston Pride receives from celebrities is incredibly inspiring,” said Sylvain Bruni, Boston Pride President. “Each video proves how much love and admiration people from all over the country have for Boston’s LGBT community.”
Boston Pride has been gathering celebrity videos since 2011, and now in its fourth year, has collected a diverse selection of 40 videos with greetings from famous entertainers, newsmakers and others. Boston Pride will continue the tradition this year, unique among Pride organizations, with the start of Pride Week 2014 on June 6th featuring an array of celebrity greetings including the outrageous Joan Rivers, media maven Maria Menounos who hails from Medford, Mass., beloved Brady Bunch star Florence Henderson, rock star Tyler Glenn of Neon Trees and more! [pullquote]“The positive support Boston Pride receives from celebrities is incredibly inspiring,” said Sylvain Bruni, Boston Pride President. “Each video proves how much love and admiration people from all over the country have for Boston’s LGBT community.”[/pullquote]
Boston Pride Week 2014 is June 6th through June 15th. This year’s theme is “Be Yourself, Change the World.” The week kicks off with the annual Flag Raising ceremony also includes Pride Day @ Faneuil Hall, Human Rights & Education Public Forum, Latin Pride, Black Pride, Pride Queeraoke, Pride Night at Fenway Park, the Boston Pride Parade, the Boston Pride Festival, the Pride Youth Dance, the Back Bay Block Party and the JP Block Party.
For more details on specific events during Pride Week 2014 visit www.bostonpride.org.
About Boston Pride
Boston Pride produces events and activities to achieve inclusivity, equality, respect, and awareness in Greater Boston and beyond. Fostering diversity, unity, visibility and dignity, we educate, communicate and advocate by building and strengthening community connections.
[From a News Release]