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Liz Schob, Communications Manager
Fact Sheet: 2022 Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade
2022 Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade Fact Sheet
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Recent and Past Releases
Charlotte Pride’s Statement on North Carolina’s Proposed “Parents Bill of Rights
The following statement was released by Charlotte Pride ‘s Communications Manager Liz Schob following Raleigh politicians’ introduction of SB49 on Tuesday, January 31:
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Charlotte Pride announces hiring of new staffer Liz Schob
Charlotte Pride is pleased to announce the hiring of our new communications manager Liz Schob (she/her).
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Charlotte Pride announces departure of longtime staffer Matt Comer
After nearly 15 years of service to our organization, Charlotte Pride extends our thanks, congrats, and well wishes to longtime staffer and former board member Matt Comer.
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Charlotte Pride statement on overturning of Roe v. Wade
Charlotte Pride condemns the U.S. Supreme Court decision today overturning Roe v. Wade and, with it, nearly five decades of precedent protecting the right of bodily autonomy and ending the constitutional right to abortion.
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Release: Charlotte Pride Festival & Parade to return to Uptown in 2022
City’s largest annual parade and the largest LGBTQ event in the region slated for August 20-21, 2022
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