Short documentary exploring the significance of the annual Foyle Gay Pride parade which route follows the path of the 1968/9 civil right marches through Derry. The film features an interview with civil rights activist Eamonn McCann providing a brief history of the original march and his support of Foyle Pride - the parallels between civil rights and gay rights. Mel Bradley, FoylePride treasurer, explains the importance of the LGBT community in the city following the footsteps of the 1968 activists.
Also includes a public speech and brief interview with Stonewall co-founder Ian McKellen. The focus here turns to his work visiting schools in England and involving young people in the gay rights debate.
Lastly, the personal stories of those who walked the route. A group from the local Rainbow Project tell their stories of growing up gay in Derry; the challenges, the pride and the meaning of the parade.

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