March 4, 2017
Sydney’s Mardi Gras has a 39-year history of highlighting and fostering rights and equality for LGBTQI individuals and communities. In 2017 Sydney celebrated all that has been achieved, and a bright spotlight was shone on ways that can be worked together to eliminate discrimination and prejudice in all its forms, showcasing LGBTQI diversity and highlighting areas in which they’re still not treated equally.
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