Students Invite Others to Join in NWA Pride Parade 2022

This year marks the 18th anniversary of the Northwest Arkansas Pride Festival and Parade marching through downtown Fayetteville. It will take place on Saturday, June 18, with events taking place throughout the day and culminating in a parade down Dickson Street beginning at 5 p.m. More information can be found at https://nwapride.org.

It also happens to be the 40th anniversary of the PRIDE student organization being present here on our campus. This year a number of registered student organizations are leading a coalition of community members in participating in the NWA Pride Parade. 

For those who are interested in joining the event, please fill out this form, and we will reach out with more information.

Contacts

Anthony DiNicola, coodinator of Cultural Communities
Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education
312-533-7190, anthonyd@uark.edu

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