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Palm Springs Pride 2020 opens with their traditional Flag Raising Ceremony. Even though we won’t be able to gather in person, we are broadcasting this important ceremony to demonstrate what Pride means to the City of Palm Springs.
PromoHomo.TV Producer/Host Nicholas Snow is honored to profile the important work of Brothers of the Desert. Their mission is “to nurture, support and connect black gay men in the Coachella Valley through philanthropy, volunteerism, mentorship, advocacy and social networking.” Their core values, “Social Justice, Collaboration, Integrity, Harmony, Respect, Transparency and Honesty.”
Because we couldn’t have a parade in 2020 due to the pandemic, PromoHomo.TV is honored to present live broadcasts of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Palm Springs Pride Parades. This, the 2019 parade. March on!
Because we couldn’t have a parade this year due to the pandemic, PromoHomo.TV is honored to present an encore live broadcast of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Palm Springs Pride Parades. This, the 2018 parade. March on!
Because we couldn’t have a parade in 2020 due to the pandemic, PromoHomo.TV is honored to present live broadcasts of the 2017, 2018 and 2019 Palm Springs Pride Parades. This, the 2017 parade. March on!
Palm Springs Pride Virtual 5K Run/Walk, hosted by Palm Springs Front Runners & Walkers, takes place November 6-8, 2020, benefiting The LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert. Walkers and Runners worldwide may register at www.PalmSpringsPriderRun.com.
Reimagined as a safe, socially-distanced Pride Week Celebration, key events of Palm Springs Pride 2020 are streaming worldwide, including the opening ceremonies of the Frontrunners 5K Pride Run and Walk, the annual Flag Raising Ceremony, an Interfaith Pride Service, a Pride T-Dance and… ENCORE LIVE BROADCASTS OF THE 2017, 2018 AND 2019 PALM SPRINGS PRIDE PARADES – IN THEIR ENTIRETY!
“As grateful client of Desert AIDS Project for most of the last ten years, I am living powerfully with HIV specifically because of the care I receive.” …Nicholas Snow
“The reason for “The Walk” has never really been about balloon arches or walker t-shirts. It has always been about the collective power of community and our shared vision of a future where everyone has the patient-centered, comprehensive care they need to live their best lives. Thirty-four years of walking has ensured those living with HIV and AIDS continue to thrive.” David Brinkman, MBA, CEO of Desert AIDS Project
In this very special live broadcast on EIGHT4NINE’s actual fifth anniversary, we spotlight the community that has made our success possible, and since co-owners Willie Rhine and John Paschal would never throw a party for themselves, Producer/Host Nicholas Snow is placing this dynamic duo center stage as we thank them for who they are in the world, for the contributions they make – both known and unknown – to all of us, and to celebrate they and their team’s FIVE YEARS OF BEING NICE.