Bernie Sanders joins New Hampshire Pride march as millions enjoy LGBTQ celebrations worldwide

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders showed his support for the LGBTQ community by marching in a New Hampshire Pride parade Saturday.

The Vermont senator was seen posing for pictures and chatting with attendees as he marched in the Nashua Pride Festival in Nashua, New Hampshire.

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As the crowd of his supporters trooped along around him, they could be heard chanting 'Bernie! Bernie!,' 'Equal rights for all!,' and 'Hey hey, ho ho, transphobia's got to go!,' according to the Boston Globe.

People watching the parade were said to have shouted 'Good luck, Bernie!' as he passed by, to which Sanders replied, 'Thank you!'

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New York City, in which four million people are expected to gather for Sunday's WorldPride march, saw multiple Pride events Saturday including the 38th annual Front Runners New York LGBT Pride Run, which broke the Guinness World Record for the largest pride charity run, thanks to its 10,236 participants, according to ABC 7.

LGBTQ youth and allies filled Central Park for the Youth Pride event, at which Ava Max and other performed. Just a few streets over, at Pier 97's Pride Island, Kim Petras and Amara La Negra were among those hitting the stage.

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Lightning and heavy rain led the NYPD to temporary evacuate both Youth Pride and Pride Island events, which were jam packed at about 5pm. About an hour and a half later, however, Pride Island was reopened and concert goers were allowed back into the venue, where Grace Jones would be headlining later in the evening.

Millions of members of the LGBTQ community and allies around the world, from Mexico City to North Macedonia, also took to the streets Saturday, adorned in rainbow colors and glitter to celebrate the Gay Pride.

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Rainbow flags and umbrellas swayed and music pounded as the march along Mexico City's...
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