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'''Castlehaven Pride''', also known as '''Outsider Pride''', was due to be celebrated at Castlehaven Community Park on 29 July 2019.
 
'''Castlehaven Pride''', also known as '''Outsider Pride''', was due to be celebrated at Castlehaven Community Park on 29 July 2019.
:Organised by grassroots LGBTQ+ homeless organisation The Outside Project, who run a weekly Monday night drop-in at Castlehaven Community Association, the event is about hanging out in a sober space with like-minded types – while, of course, marking the half century since the Stonewall Riots.<ref>[https://www.kentishtowner.co.uk/2019/06/26/outsider-pride-is-castlehaven-open-space/ Outsider Pride is at Castlehaven Community Park: A safe, sober event for LGBTQ homeless people and their supporters takes place in Camden this weekend], ''Kentishtowner, 26 June 2019.</ref>
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:"Organised by grassroots LGBTQ+ homeless organisation The Outside Project, who run a weekly Monday night drop-in at Castlehaven Community Association, the event is about hanging out in a sober space with like-minded types – while, of course, marking the half century since the Stonewall Riots."<ref>[https://www.kentishtowner.co.uk/2019/06/26/outsider-pride-is-castlehaven-open-space/ Outsider Pride is at Castlehaven Community Park: A safe, sober event for LGBTQ homeless people and their supporters takes place in Camden this weekend], ''Kentishtowner, 26 June 2019.</ref>
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:"We have been informed that the Castlehaven Pride event scheduled for tomorrow has been cancelled due to lack of numbers. Castlehaven let us know this yesterday afternoon and send their apologies - hence the short notice."<ref>Email from [[Opening Doors London]], 25 July 2019.</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 15:34, 25 July 2019

St Pancras Public Baths, Prince of Wales Road
Kentish Town is an area in the London Borough of Camden. The name has no connection to Kent.

LGBT history

The trans woman Destiny Lauren was murdered there in 2009.[1]

Castlehaven Pride, also known as Outsider Pride, was due to be celebrated at Castlehaven Community Park on 29 July 2019.

"Organised by grassroots LGBTQ+ homeless organisation The Outside Project, who run a weekly Monday night drop-in at Castlehaven Community Association, the event is about hanging out in a sober space with like-minded types – while, of course, marking the half century since the Stonewall Riots."[2]
"We have been informed that the Castlehaven Pride event scheduled for tomorrow has been cancelled due to lack of numbers. Castlehaven let us know this yesterday afternoon and send their apologies - hence the short notice."[3]

References

  1. http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2009/11/09/trans-woman-murdered-in-kentish-town-london/ "Trans woman murdered in Kentish Town, London" Pink News 9 November 2009
  2. Outsider Pride is at Castlehaven Community Park: A safe, sober event for LGBTQ homeless people and their supporters takes place in Camden this weekend, Kentishtowner, 26 June 2019.
  3. Email from Opening Doors London, 25 July 2019.