Fraternity and sorority members and alumni came together on a sparkling Sunday afternoon to celebrate Black Gay Pride in Candler Park.
The LGBT Greeks in the Park event was the first of what is sure to be many in the years to come. It was one of tons of various events taking place throughout Black Gay Pride weekend.
The event — presented by Real Bois Talk and In the Life Atlanta — featured food trucks, a pool party, DJs and special musical guests. Nu Phi Zeta and Gamma Zeta Rho fraternities teamed up to host a step show.
Want more Black Gay Pride coverage? Eric Paulk talks about why celebrating Black Gay Pride is a form of activism, and take a look at photos from Sunday’s Pure Heat Community Festival.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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