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2012 Dyke March

June 20th 2012

Events like Ferndale Pride and the SE Michigan Dyke March give young people a chance to be around other LGBT people in a safe and affirming environment. Without stable families, and often without stable job opportunities due to discrimination, knowing there is a broader community of support can make a huge difference in the lives of individuals.

Dyke March Gears Up for Year Three

June 12th 2012

It’s not just a march for lesbians, but for all people who believe in equality. Many LGBTQ people march alongside allies, including children, family members and neighbors. “Our event is all about feeling safe in a community that welcomes all people regardless of who they are.

Dyke March 2011

June 19th 2011

The Second Annual SE Michigan Dyke March took place on June 4, 2011. 500 marchers chanted for equality as they moved through Downtown Ferndale and ended at Geary Park for an afternoon of music and memories.

See the Love at Ferndale Pride this Weekend

June 2nd 2011

A passionate group of volunteers quickly got together to create events that celebrate Ferndale’s diversity on Pride Weekend, while not conflicting with the larger Detroit event.

Off the bat there were over 20 volunteers, led by…