“Twenty-five years ago at the first Pride march, people took to the streets to march for rights and freedoms for lesbian and gay Nova Scotians,” said Rebecca Rose, a member of the Dyke and Trans March organizing committee. “The Dyke and Trans March continues the political struggle to fight for a world where people of all genders and sexualities are celebrated.”
Every year, Halifax hosts its Dyke and Trans March. The march is a non-corporate and political alternative to the Pride Parade, organized and supported by a group of queer- and trans-identified people and their allies.
Shot and Edited by Ian Burns.
Music by Youth Lagoon.