Recap: Tarrant Libertarians Attend Gay Pride Parade, Awarded for Float

The Tarrant County Gay Pride Week Association hosted the largest GLBT pride parade in the county Saturday afternoon. Of the approximately 40 floats that participated, the county Libertarian Party was awarded best in show among non-profits, even with some final-hour alterations needing to be made.

I wasn’t able to attend the full day of events, but I did capture a few interviews with members of the county LP.

Pride Week extends from Oct. 3 to the Oct. 13. Founded in 1981, the association is meant to provide an open and safe environment for GLBT individuals and supporters to celebrate.

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