Interested in carrying your country's flag in this year's Capital Pride Parade?
Complete this form to let Peace Corps know https://goo.gl/forms/niRnwMiNhZM5IEUx1
This is open to all RPCVs, HQ staff, and their friends and families. Join us in marching in the Pride parade and carry your host country’s flag. We only have one flag per country, so they are first come first serve. Non-RPCV friends and family are more than welcome to join in the parade with us and carry a flag as well. Information regarding where and when to meet will be emailed out the week before the parade. If interested, please complete the form above by June 6 to let us know you’re coming.
Also, share your story!
This year’s theme for Pride is “Unapologetically Proud” so Peace Corps is asking RPCVs to share moments of pride from their service. Meet your partner in service? Start a Peace Corps family? Change someone’s life for the better? We want to know!
Stories and photos will be used to create a month-long display in the lobby here at HQ.
Please submit your stories and photos by May 26th to Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More about the Parade
Join tens of thousands of people to watch the Capital Pride Parade in the Nation’s Capital, one of Washington, DC’s, favorite parades! The Parade travels 1.5 miles through Dupont Circle and 17th Street and ends in the Logan Circle neighborhood. The Parade will include more than 180 contingents–floats, vehicles, walkers, entertainment–consisting of local businesses, Capital Pride Heroes and Engendered Spirit awardees, politicians, community groups, drag queens, dogs, and much more.
The annual Pride Parade will step off on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 4:30 pm from 22nd & P Streets, NW, Washington, DC. The Pride Parade travels 1.5 miles through Dupont Circle and 17th Street, passes by the Logan Circle neighborhood and ends along the revitalized 14th Street corridor at S Street.
The review stand is located at 15th and P Streets, NW; another announcement stand is just east of Dupont Circle on New Hampshire Avenue. A sign language interpreter will be available at the 15th and P Streets review stand.