When is the 2024 LGBT+ Pride march in Puebla: And you know it as a woman!

The LGBT march in Puebla will be dedicated to the elderly in the community.

The streets of the capital of Puebla will be painted in colors with the passage of the LGTBIQ + community for the pride march that has been called at the state level on June 22.

At 3:00 p.m., the contingents will leave from Juárez Park towards the city’s main square.

The Association for the Protection of Sexual Plurality and Human Rights (APPS), reported that this year, the mobilization will be dedicated to the elderly of the community, and will also pay tribute to the first demonstrations that took place in the state in the 70s in the entity.

“Remember and Resist” the slogan of the pride march in Puebla
Under the slogan “Remember and Resist; the main square is ours”, the participants will begin their route on the 5 de Mayo Boulevard towards the Ovando bridge, to turn onto Reforma Avenue and reach the main square of the capital.

Remember that this social mobilization could cause road closures and slow traffic, so we recommend that you take this into account and anticipate the search for alternative routes in the city.

On the other hand, if you or someone you know does not agree with the ideology of the LGBT+ community, it is recommended that you avoid the area and that if you have to be present, you be respectful of the demonstration, in order to preserve peace among all members of society.

What other municipalities in the state will participate in the LGBT march?

María José Flores Serrano, who heads the Association, announced the dates of the mobilizations that will take place in other municipalities of the state of Puebla:

Cuetzalan, on May 25 at the base of the colectivos Tzicuilan, at the entrance to San Andrés Tzicuilan at 12:00 hours
Xicotepec de Colores, on June 8 in the town of Villa Ávila Camacho-La Ceiba at 16:00 hours
Ciudad Serdán, on June 15 in the San Francisco Park at 16:00 hours
Teziutlán, on June 15 in the Bullring, at 16:00 hours
Tehuacán, on June 22 in the Guadalupe Garden Park, at 15:00 hours.
Esperanza, on June 28th in the Municipal Park at 5:00 p.m.
Izúcar de Matamoros, on July 13th in the Plazuela de Santiago Apóstol at 5:00 p.m.

Source: telediario