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Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, co-founder and director of UK Black Pride, addresses LGBTI+ protesters in Parliament Square before the first-ever Reclaim Pride march on 24th July 2021 in London, United Kingdom. Reclaim Pride replaced the traditional Pride in London march, which many feel has become too commercial and strayed from its roots in protest, and was billed as a People’s Pride march for LGBTI+ liberation. Campaigners called for the banning of LGBTI+ conversion therapy, the reform of the Gender Recognition Act, the provision of a safe haven for LGBTI+ refugees and for LGBTI+ people to be decriminalised worldwide and marched in solidarity with Black Lives Matter.
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