Christine Carroll, left, of Briarwood, Michelle Orozco of Richmond Hill, Marlon Madramootoo of Rosedale, Juan Martinez of Richmond Hill, Justin Luciano of the Bronx and Teppy Carroll of Briarwood are all smiles at the Queens Pride Festival.
Students from the Renaissance Charter School skipped their way through the parade.
Lucho’s Place had a full float.
Youngsters Felix Hoffman, left, Elias Schock and Gabriel Schock walked in the parade on Sunday with a sign saying “We support gay rights.”
Candy Samples and Marcus Woollen MCing on Sunday.
City Council members Karen Koslowitz, left, Julissa Ferreras, Jimmy Van Bramer, Christine Quinn the council speaker, Danny Dromm and Letitia James show their pride. “Almost every singal elected official marched in the parade. With Obama’s support it’s clearly a civil right,” Dromm said, referring to same-sex marriage.
Family members commemorated Julio Rivera.
Dancer with Big Apple Corps shimmied along.
Thomas Martinez and Jorge Fuentez from Astoria enjoy music on the main stage.
An AIDS Centers of Queens County dancer showed pride.
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