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Gays march for pride and justice

8,000 participate; marriage, AIDS remain key issues

By Lisa Wangsness and Cristina Silva
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / June 12, 2005

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Ann McGuire, a veteran gay activist and political consultant who lives in Provincetown, remembers marching in Boston's second gay pride parade in 1971. There were only about 100 marchers, she says, and being there -- out in the open -- was the point. (Full article: 812 words)

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