Upcoming Events

World AIDS Day 2017

World AIDS Day Candle Light Remembrance Thursday November 30th 2017, 6pm – 8pm Restoration Plaza (on the West Plaza) 1360 Fulton, Brooklyn, NY 11216 Reception follows Our Watchful Eye, Brooklyn Community Pride Center, Love Alive International, and New York City Faith...
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Holiday & Volunteer Recognition
Party 2017

Holiday & Volunteer Recognition Party Thursday, December 13, 6pm to 7:30 pm Brooklyn Community Pride Center 1360 Fulton Street, Ground Floor* Brooklyn, New York 11216 *On New York Avenue between Fulton and Herkimer The Brooklyn Community Pride Center invites you...
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2020 Vision Challenge

2020 Vision Challenge Let’s build Brooklyn’s premier LGBT+ center together! There are two ways to review the plan: watch the video below or download the PDF. What’s your vision for Brooklyn’s twenty-first century LGBT+ center? Make your own video and tell us! This...
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Recent Events


New Home Ribbon Cutting!

Thank you! Ribbon Cutting Event and Tours of Our New Home on National Coming Out Day October 11th 2017, 3pm...
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Bigly Benefit!

Bigly Benefit: Sketchy / Sally Draper The Toms / Center / Little Prince All proceeds go towards the Brooklyn Community Pride...
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Celebrate Pride with Tish James!

Public Advocate Letitia James City-wide Pride Celebration! Please join Tish James as well as advocates, activists, and LGBTQ community members...
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2017 Community Leadership
Awards & Gala

Check out our Journal from the 2017 Community Leadership Awards & Gala Click through the pages of our PDF below:...
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Brooklyn Pride Party: June 7th

Join us at The Center for a Pride Week Kick-Off Party FREE! FREE! FREE! Wednesday, June 7th: 7 PM to...
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Hard-Hat Tour of Restoration Plaza

What a beautiful crowd of hard-hatters! Thanks to everyone who joined us for the tour of our soon-to-be-fabulous space at...
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SAGE Table Event: May 18

SAGE Table brings together LGBT+ people and allies of all ages for a meal on May 18, 2017. Join us on May...
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2016 Community Leadership Awards & Gala 

2016 Community Leadership
Awards & Gala

Our 2017 Community Leadership Awards Gala is taking shape. Check out the details. Check out our Journal from the 2017 Community Leadership Awards &...
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Recent News

Gay City News, October 12, 2017: Brooklyn Pride Community Center Celebrates New Home
The Brooklyn Pride Community Center on Wednesday celebrated the opening of its new home that gives it twice the space of its old provisional headquarters downtown. Read the great article by Nathan DiCamillo at Gay City News

Fox 5 News, June 23, 2017: Pride and prejudice? Race tinges LGBT celebrations.
“The significance of the rainbow colors in and of itself means unity,” said our very own Lisa Davis. See more at Fox 5 News

Gay City News, June 17, 2017: Leadership Awards at Brooklyn Pride Center.
This year’s honorees were Queer Health Warrior, Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, and City Councilmember Carlos Menchaca, who represents Brooklyn’s 38th Council District. Read more at Gay City News

Acting DA Gonzalez announces LGBTQ initiative during Pride Month celebration
The initiative is aimed at better serving the LGBTQ community in Brooklyn by providing assistant district attorneys with training to ensure they are culturally equipped to handle LGBTQ-specific crime victims. Read more at the Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Floyd Rumohr and others Honored by Brooklyn Law School
Floyd Rumohr was one of four people honored in a Pride Month celebration hosted by acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez. Watch the video at News 12 The Bronx

Brooklyn’s Local Focus on LGBTQ Advocacy
Vaughn E. Taylor-Akutagawa and Floyd Rumohr describe areas of need for the LGBTQ+ community of Brooklyn on BK Live. Watch the video

‘I feel nauseous’
The Guardian, January 20, 2017: Undocumented students fearful after Trump’s speech. Read the full article by Sam Levin, Tom Dart, Nicole Puglise, and Jamiles Lartey.


An LGBT Issue, Post-Election: Family Tensions
At the Brooklyn Community Pride Center, members seek solace and support. Read the full article by Jessie Shi >


Post Election Interviews on Chinese TV
Following the election, the U.S. State Department accompanied Chinese journalists to interview Brooklyn Center elders. Here’s the incredibly honest interviews (in English)

LGBTQ New Americans: Oral History Project
Volume I, Spring 2016 
Meet our LGBTQ New Americans > 
Read the press release >
On November 8, Vote for Me. Read the full article by Oliver Anene in The Advocate >

September 28, 2016
Williams Honors LGBTQ Advocate & Artists
City Council Member Jumaane D. Williams (Flatbush, East Flatbush, Midwood) honored the Brooklyn Community Pride Center, Immigration Equality, and five LGBTQ artists for their hard work and advocacy on behalf of the LGBTQ community in Brooklyn. Recent press:
Williams Honors LGBTQ Advocate & Artists  (Kings County Politics)
Brooklyn Artists Honored for Work in LGBTQ Community (Brooklyn Reader)


Rainbow Banner Wraps Brooklyn Borough Hall

Rainbow banner, inscribed with messages of hope, wraps Brooklyn Borough Hall By Mary Frost Brooklyn Daily Eagle From Brooklyn to...
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We Respond to Obama’s Directive on Transgender Access

PIX 11 Visits Brooklyn Community Pride Center for Our Perspective on President Obama’s Directive on Transgender Bathroom Access By Joe Mauceri  |...
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June 23, 2016
LGBT Youth Find Safe Haven With Each Other at Brooklyn Center.
NY1 Pride Week coverage continues with a look at some of the young members of the Brooklyn Community Pride Center as they struggle to cope with their own sexuality and being targeted by hate groups. Video and article >

May 19, 2016
After 9th Street Attack On Transgender Man, Elected Officials And LGBTQ Community Respond. Read more >


April 20, 2016
James Franco says he’s ‘a little gay,’ people from LGBT organizations weigh in. Read more >

April 7, 2016
Brooklyn Pride Community Center and NYC LGBT and Gay Rights Organizations Protest and Call For Boycott of Sponsors and Attendees of Multi-Million Dollar Boxing Match. Read more >

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