BOSTON (AP) — Organizers say thousands of people marched and thousand more watched as the 45th annual Boston Pride Parade stepped off in the city.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh began the parade at noon on Saturday by cutting a rainbow ribbon at Copley Plaza.READ MORE: Coronavirus In Massachusetts: Today's Developments
The parade wrapped up at City Hall Plaza, where a festival was held.READ MORE: Wednesday's Child: 15-Year-Old Justin
A number of public officials took part in the festivities including Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, the nation’s first openly gay attorney general.
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