Minnesota Atheists at Twin Cities Pride

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The Minnesota Atheists continued our tradition of participating in Twin Cities Pride again this year. Several LGBTQ supporting atheists marched in the parade and hosted a booth in Loring Park in Minneapolis last month. If pictures are worth a thousand words, enjoy “reading” these:

Group of people marching behind Minnesota Atheists banner with handheld signs reading, "Positive atheism in action" and "Gay rights are human rights."
Group of people marching in parade with handheld signs reading, "Curb your dogma", "Free from religion", and "Smile, there is no Hell."
Group of people marching in parade with handheld signs reading, "Freedom from religion" and "Hug an atheist."
Group of people marching in parade with handheld signs reading, "Curb your dogma" and "Free from religion."
Photo of man and woman staffing Minnesota Atheists booth at pride with someone looking at the table.
Smiling woman carrying obscured sign in parade.
Smiling woman carrying obscured sign in parade.
Group of people marching in parade with handheld signs reading, "Curb your dogma" and "Intolerance is not a family value."
Photo of people along parade route, one of whom is hugging someone carrying a "Hug an atheist" sign.
Group of people marching in parade with handheld signs reading, "Secularism is equality" and "Gay rights are human rights."
People marching behind Minnesota Atheist banner with handheld signs outside the Gay 90's.
Wide shot of people marching behind Minnesota Atheist banner with handheld signs.
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