It's Pride month, and NYC is set to fly the largest pride flag in the city's history this weekend.
A mass 12-foot-by-100-foot pride flag will be unveiled at Four Freedoms State Park on Roosevelt Island starting Friday, and remain until the end of the month.
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"It just seemed natural for the park to honor the LGBTQ community in this visible way," said Julia Ireland, also a member of the Four Freedoms Park Conservatory's board of directors.
New York City has upped its Pride celebrations this year, declaring a "Year Of Pride" to mark the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Riots, a landmark moment in the history of LGBTQ rights.