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        How to (Virtually) Celebrate Pride With Your Kids

        June is Pride Month, and it’s not too late to join in on the fun, with online celebrations that are perfect for sparking conversations on inclusion with your children.

        Written By
        Marnie Schwartz
        Pride-Themed Storytime

        Every Thursday, the Brooklyn Public Library hosts a “Read with PRIDE!” virtual storytime on Facebook Live. Join with your littles to listen to stories with themes of inclusion, acceptance, and love.

        Join the Rainbow

        Throughout the month of June, the Miami Children’s Museum is hosting a virtual “Rainbow Families Celebration” with events that promote inclusivity for LGBTQ families. Offerings include art projects, storytimes, and workshops, and the events that have already occurred are posted so you can watch any time.

        Stream a Parade or Festival

        Cities across the country, including NYC and San Francisco have moved their Pride celebrations online, so you can join where you live… or anywhere. Or, tune in to Global Pride 2020, a 24-hour virtual event with an incredible roster of speakers and performers.

        Run (or Walk) to Raise Money

        Pop your kiddo into the jogging stroller and run a virtual 5k (or walk with your littles). Join a race that typically is held in-person where you live (Atlanta, and Chicago, and Seattle are all hosting), or support another city’s efforts.

        Paint a Pride Flag

        Join the National Liberty Museum with your art supplies to paint a rainbow flag. As the educator host paints each color, she’ll teach your kiddo about what it represents and the importance of the LGBTQ+ flag and movement.