Dec 17, In , the parade moves to Fair Park in June. Photo by Chuck Marcelo. Supreme Court rulings that validate and empower our community. Dallas Tavern Guild moved its November meeting to the Rose Room in the evening last month to give more people a chance to attend and voice their opinions about plans to move Pride to June and to Fair Park.
The riots were the start of a movement. The march was peaceful, with no incidents reported, though a small group of protesters followed behind the group in opposition. However, most bystanders were harmless as the crowd paraded the streets. Over the years, the parade grew in numbers and can still be experienced every September in Dallas. Have a suggestion for a future topic? Contact the Research and Archives team to share your thoughts. Email us at archives dallasnews.
It's the first time the event has been in South Dallas, after more than three decades in the Oak Lawn area. Organizers said moving the festival from September to June allows Dallas to join other cities who celebrate Pride Month. I mean, I was blown away…We have so many straight allies here today. I've seen so many straight families walking around. I'm like, this is what it's about," said Jaron Turnbow, who is executive director of Dallas Pride.